These 8 Photos Have Horrifying Back Stories

Sometimes we capture photos and don’t even realize the impact it might have on other people. The below photographs seem innocent and seem to be showing quite a few happy times, but each one of them holds a very dark secret. Look below for some not so innocent photographs.

1. This is Tyler Hadley. He murdered both of his parents and spent 3 hours cleaning up the bloody scene. Afterwards, he decided to throw a party and that is where this picture was taken.

2. This is a picture taken of the Heavens Gate Cult. They were convinced by their leader that the world was going to end. In order to be transported by a space ship, they needed to commit suicide

3. This photo of a father and his daughter was taken on August 15th, 1998. Moments later, that red car exploded and killed 29 people. It was placed there by an extremist group from the Irish Republican Party.

4. The young boy in this photo is James Bulger. This is the last photo of him before he was taken by two 10-year-old boys who tortured and murdered him. The boys were caught and are the youngest convicted murders of the 20th century.

5. This photo of Travis Alexander was taken by his girlfriend. It is the last photo taken of him alive. After this shot, he was stabbed and murdered by his photographer, Jodi Arias.

6. This photograph looks like a typical class photo. Take a look in the upper left hand corner at the two young guys pointing mimicked guns at the camera. Those two boys are Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris, the shooters in the Columbine massacre. This is their class photo in 1999.

7. Although clowns can be terrifying, who would have thought that Pogo would turn out to be serial murderer and rapist John Wayne Gacy? While performing as Pogo during the day, Gacy murdered 30 young males throughout the 1970s.

8. An eager fan asks John Lennon to sign an autograph. Little did he know that fan was Mark David Chapman, the man who would eventually murder him.


10 Great Tips For a First Date

There is a saying that “you never get a second chance to make a good first impression.” With that in mind, it is vital to be fully prepared to make a great impression on each date you go on. Here are 10 tips for men on dating success on that first date.

1. Pay

Pay for everything. Don’t mention splitting the bill. If the lady suggests paying part of the bill do not accept the offer. If she insists, allow her to pay what she wishes (this is not just a rule for dating). You will be the best judge at the time whether your date is only insisting because she feels obliged.

2. Location

No movies on the first date. How can you get to know each other if you spend the majority of the time in silence? I would recommend taking your date out for dinner (no lunch dates on the first date either). Take her somewhere you feel comfortable and somewhere you can easily afford. You don’t want to be nervous all through the date that you might get stuck with a crippling bill. If price is a big concern for you, you can organize your own date in a public place (like a park or even at your own home) and prepare the meal yourself. If you can’t cook, takeaways are fine, but serve it on plates at the table and try to make an effort.

3. Manners

When you pick up your date, get out of the car and hold the door open for her. Do the same when you are letting her out of the car. If you are dining out for your first date, hold the chair out for your date and help her sit.
Don’t be late.

4. Respect

That means not to expect anything in return! A date is not payment for future pleasures, it is a way to get to know someone to gauge compatibility. This rule also means you should not try to get your date drunk, drugged, or compromised in any other way. At the end of the date you can offer a small kiss – offer nothing else and expecting nothing back.

5. Confidenc

Be confident and take charge of the evening. This does not mean you should drag your date around by the arm; be firm with your suggestions and be confident that you will have a good date and make a good impression – remember, if you were a total loser you wouldn’t be on the date in the first place.

6. Grooming

Dress appropriately for your date, and you should probably let your date know where you are planning to take her in advance so she can also dress appropriately. If you are going to the beach for a seaside dinner, dress nicely (no jeans) but don’t overdress. Similarly, if you are going to a fancy restaurant, wear a shirt and tie. Make sure your shoes are clean and polished if necessary. Shower. Shampoo. Shave.
If you have cologne, wear a little but not too much.

7. Conversation

Do not focus on yourself during the evening – ask your date questions about herself (this works in all social situations). Listen to the replies too and don’t just look for an opening to start discussing yourself. Do not talk about your job for more than a few minutes – while our own work is a fascinating subject for us, it is seldom fascinating for someone else. Be sure to compliment your date – but don’t go overboard – you will seem desperate.

Do not ever talk about dates you have had with other people or your ex-girlfriends.

8. Timing

Don’t let your date last too long. Think of it like a good meal – you should finish your plate feeling like you want just a little more. This is the best time to finish a date. This also means that you should not plan for the date to be too far from home otherwise the travel can ruin things.

9. Gifts

It can be a very nice idea to give your date a small gift on the first date. Don’t go crazy on something expensive – just a nice little token like a single rose is fine. Keep in mind where you are going and how you plan to get there so your date does not end up being lumbered with something that she has to carry around all night. Oh – and don’t pick the rose from your dates garden – buy one.

10. Conclusion

If you enjoyed your time with your date and would like to see her again, call her and tell her so. Don’t wait too long (and definitely don’t play hard to get). Be completely honest. Having said that, if you had an awful time, you should still be honest (though not brutal). There is no point in leading someone on – it will end up badly for both of you.