None of us are saints.

None of us are saints.

Serial killers, true crime, paraphilia, etc.
I only answer about half of the anonymous questions i receive. If you'd like to get a guaranteed answer, please don't be anonymous.









Anonymous :
would you let a girl call you daddy?

hell ya

Anonymous :
would you get your boss sacked if you saw them do something wrong - knowing you would be promoted when they are gone?

depends what they did i guess. 

Anonymous :
why wont you post nudes :(

i dont wanna

Anonymous :
how old are you?

19

Anonymous :
whos your closest friend that you met on tumblr?

probably http://khanadakrueger.tumblr.com/ even though weve never hung out or anything

Anonymous :
You should post nudes of yourself

prob not

Anonymous :
what tattoos do you have?

an anatomically correct heart on my left thigh, an all seeing eye on my right thigh and a stick-n-poke heart on my ass

Anonymous :
happy birthday ;)

thank you, hah.

whorrorfying:

Serial Killer Art: Johnn Wayne Gacy
The infamous “Clown Killer”, John Wayne Gacy murdered 33 teenage boys and stored their bodies in the crawl space under his home. In his spare time, Gacy worked charity events and children’s parties dressed as “Pogo the Clown”. He also drew renditions of the character, such as the one above.

whorrorfying:

Serial Killer Art: Johnn Wayne Gacy

The infamous “Clown Killer”, John Wayne Gacy murdered 33 teenage boys and stored their bodies in the crawl space under his home. In his spare time, Gacy worked charity events and children’s parties dressed as “Pogo the Clown”. He also drew renditions of the character, such as the one above.

(Source: theghostdiaries.com, via fuckyeahtherealkiki)

dichotomized:

Miles Giffard, twenty-seven, angry at his father for trying to break up his romance, killed him and his mother. Giffard beat his parents over their heads with an iron bar and dumped them off the cliff on which their house was perched in Cornwall, England, into the sea below. As a boy, Giffard had been unwilling to learn and was expelled from school. He indulged in petty theft, and, finally, lived off his parents. Moving to London in August 1952, Giffard met Gabriel Vallance, nineteen, and fell in love. The following November, needing a fresh supply of clothing, he returned to his parents’ home. His father denounced his lifestyle and forbade him to return to London, cutting off his allowance. On the maid’s evening out, Giffard killed his parents, and then drove his father’s car back to London. Arriving the next morning, November 8, he promptly sold some of his mother’s jewelry, and then cleaned up at Vallance’s apartment. That evening he took his girlfriend and her mother to the movies, telling valance what he had done when they were alone. She thought he was joking. As he dropped her off late that evening, the police were waiting, as his parents’ bodies had been found. Giffard was arrested for car theft, and the next day he confessed the murders. Giffard was found Guilty and hanged on February 24, 1953.

dichotomized:

Miles Giffard, twenty-seven, angry at his father for trying to break up his romance, killed him and his mother. Giffard beat his parents over their heads with an iron bar and dumped them off the cliff on which their house was perched in Cornwall, England, into the sea below. As a boy, Giffard had been unwilling to learn and was expelled from school. He indulged in petty theft, and, finally, lived off his parents. Moving to London in August 1952, Giffard met Gabriel Vallance, nineteen, and fell in love. The following November, needing a fresh supply of clothing, he returned to his parents’ home. His father denounced his lifestyle and forbade him to return to London, cutting off his allowance. On the maid’s evening out, Giffard killed his parents, and then drove his father’s car back to London. Arriving the next morning, November 8, he promptly sold some of his mother’s jewelry, and then cleaned up at Vallance’s apartment. That evening he took his girlfriend and her mother to the movies, telling valance what he had done when they were alone. She thought he was joking. As he dropped her off late that evening, the police were waiting, as his parents’ bodies had been found. Giffard was arrested for car theft, and the next day he confessed the murders. Giffard was found Guilty and hanged on February 24, 1953.