The Manson Family is arguably the most infamous cult in U.S. history. There were over 36 members of the manson family. These are the ones involved in murders. Patricia Krenwinkel: Patricia Krenwinkel (born Dec. 3,1947): The 'Manson girl' was convicted of all seven of the Tate-LaBianca murders and was initially sentenced to death. Krenwinkel, who had chased down and killed Abigail Folger as she tried to escape the Tate home, then helped Tex Watson and Van Houten kill the La Biancas the following night. She wrote “Death to Pigs” in blood on the walls of the couple’s home. She's now serving life with parole at a women's prison in Chino, California. She's been denied parole 13 times and there was a delayed decision in her 14th parole hearing in Dec. 2016. Krenwinkel is the longest servi
Some people see the shoe as gray with teal accents, while others see it as pink with white accents Vans sneakers are pink with white accents. But people see this sneaker as different colors because the photo was taken in bad lighting. This is the same photo without the blue tint. It's the same situation with the debate over the color of the dress in 2015. How did this happen? Our eyes are unable to register the range of colors presented here, leading some people to see the shoe as grey and teal and others to see it as pink and white. Depending on your sensitivity to light, you'll see a totally different shoe. Explained more: A layer of tissue at the back of the eye, called a retina, contains cells called photoreceptors. The photoreceptors convert light rays into nerve...
Ezrah “The Shark” Dormon 12 year old tattoo artist His first start at tattooing was when his mother Wynter Rosen went to a local tattoo shop, Honolulu Tattoos,in Panama City, Panama to get a red flower tattooed on her arm. The middle-schooler, then 11, wished out loud he could try that, and the tattoo artist and shop owner Ali Garcia offered to have him fill in some of the red ink on the flower. It all went from there, and the first tattoo he ever did was on his dad. Since then, Garcia has taught the boy how to draw more shapes, including roses, panthers, swallows, snakes and, of course, sharks. Ezrah often practices tattooing on grapefruits. His mother wasn’t shocked by any of this. She describes Ezrah as an “old soul” and says her son always plunges wholeheartedly into w
Mimi Choi,31,Is a well-known face makeup artist from Vancouver in the Canadian province of British Columbia, that creates incredible optical illusions using only make-up. Mimi uses a paintbrush and just a few products from drugstore brand makeups. Having been a Montessori teacher before becoming a student of Blanche Macdonald’s Global Makeup program, Mimi worked at CurliQue. Talking about her decision to change careers, Mimi said "I felt like my creativity was suppressed. I enjoyed teaching but I wasn’t completely happy. I needed a new challenge." "I’ve always been arty and had done bridal makeup before, which people really liked. I’d not done anything as crazy as the work I do now, though," she added. Mimi often uses herself as a guinea pig, saying: "My face is
In 1891, the first electric tattoo machine was patented by tattoo artist, Samuel O’Reilly that made tattoo machine history. The first electric machines invented that was the influence for tattoo machine builders to build the first tattoo machines from tattoo machine history are. W.G.A. Bonwill W.G.A. Bonwill in Feb 27 1867 invented the dental plugger (aka dental mallet, dental hammer) Dental pluggers were two-coiled electromagnetically operated devices with reciprocating action intended for packing cavities. His first patent was on November 14, 1871. Granted October 15, 1878. Second patent Filed July 21, 1873. Granted November 16, 1875. Another patent for a dental plugger was filed by G.F. Green. Filed August 5, 1873. Granted December 14, 1875. Thomas Alva Edison Edison Pen
These are optical illusions of real photos taken at just the right time. That will confuse your mind and make you take a second look. Maybe a long look.               
1. Old English Bulldog The Old English bulldog was bigger than the bulldogs that are alive today. They were developed for bull-baiting, and their lower jaws extended far further than their upper jaws. 2. Salish Woolly Dog Prized by the Salish coast indians for their fur, these little dogs were kept separate from other village dogs to preserve the white coat and hair length and sheared like sheep every spring. The fibre was spun for traditional blanket weaving. The availability of Hudson Bay trade blankets, inexpensive sheep wool, and the interbreeding of woolly dogs with other breeds all contributed to the extinction of the breed. 3. Paisley Terriers Were bred to be show dogs, and were eventually bred into a much more popular breed: the Yorkshire terrier. 4. Southern...
Photos and their stories from the old days of things that are very interesting to see. 1. Thích Quang Duc setting himself on fire to protest the Diem government in South Vietnam.  2. The first McDonald's in . 3. Messenger dog in mid-air while leaping over a German trench in May 1917. 4. Apple's first computer. Photographed in Steve Jobs' bedroom when he still lived at his parents.  5. Abraham Lincoln without his beard in what is considered to be his earliest photograph [c. 1840] 6. Aerial view of US 2nd Armored Division tanks fanning out as they fight across the fields where German self-propelled guns behind the burning houses opened fire on the tanks 4,000 yards from the Rhine River.  7. Diving suit weighing 250 kilo.  8. These b
1. The Rainbow Mountains In China's Danxia Landform Park: Layers of different colored sandstone and minerals were pressed together over 24 million years and then buckled up by tectonic plates. 2. Door to Hell: The Door to Hell is a gas fire in Turkmenistan accidentally ignited by scientists in 1971 and still burning. 3. Stunning Bubbles Frozen Under Lake Abraham: Frozen bubbles of methane trapped beneath Alberta’s Lake Abraham are beautiful, but dangerous if popped. 4. GREAT BLUE HOLE, BELIZE: This incredible geographical phenomenon known as a blue hole is situated 60 miles off the mainland of Belize. There are numerous blue holes around the world, but none as stunning as this one. 5. The Lenticular clouds on Mount Olympus: Fixed clouds in the form of lenses that
It is a real day that was started in 2005 and happens every year on the first Saturday of May. This is some of what World Naked Gardening Day (WNGD) site says about it. Keen gardeners across the globe are encouraged, on the first Saturday of May, to "tend their portion of the world's garden unclothed as nature intended". "When you're out there with a gentle breeze on you, every last hair on your body feels it," "You feel completely connected with the natural world in a way you just can't in clothes." All that's involved is getting naked and making the world's gardens--whatever their size, public or private--healthier and more attractive. WNGD has no political agenda, nor is it owned or organized by any one particular group. Naked individuals and groups are encouraged to adopt the day...