There isn’t, no! What can you get that’s vegetarian there? Because I went once when I was in America, and I was at the front of the line and the only thing I saw that was vegetarian was a bean burrito, but hadn’t properly looked but the dude was asking what I wanted so I ordered it, and let me tell you, I have shit things that look more appealing. It looked like a burrito of vomit/shit and I just chucked it in the bin, lmfao.
Bonnie’s .38 revolver which was a gift from Clyde. Engraved “To Bonnie, I owe you one. Clyde 2-28-32”.
The body of convicted killer Aileen Wuornos is loaded into a hearse at the Florida State Prison following her execution by lethal injection October 9, 2002 in Starke, Florida.
Also known as the AB, Aryan Brotherhood is a white supremacist group that was formed in 1967, at San Quentin prison in California. They currently have approximately 15,000 members, in and out of prison. Initially formed for the protection of whites against blacks in prison, the gang gradually moved to becoming a criminal enterprise. The AB are concerned with white-supremacy, and are a ruthless gang who regularly murder those who oppose the system, growing so out of control at times, that even their own ranking members could not consider themselves safe. In prison, they strive to control the sale of drugs, gambling, and “punks,” or male prostitutes. The Aryan Brotherhood has carried out contract killings for the Mexican Mafia, but racist beliefs prevent members from consorting with African Americans, including even taking a cigarette or a candy bar from them. The only way to be a member is to abide by their philosophy of “Blood In – Blood Out.” -Kill somebody to become a member and die to part from it. AB members make up approximately 1% of the prison population nationwide, but are responsible for up to 18% of murders in the federal prison system.
As the wife of the ruler of Dai, Xin Zhui led a life of luxury 2,000 years ago in China. When that life ended at the age of 50, she was wrapped in 20 layers of fine silk, submerged in an “elixir of immortality,” encased in four coffins, surrounded by five tons of charcoal, and entombed fifty feet underground. The body of the “Lady of Dai” has been declared the best-preserved mummy ever seen, with blood that is still liquefied, organs that are still intact, and limbs that are still flexible.
The Hand of Glory:
The Hand of Glory is the dried and pickled hand of a man who has been hanged, often specified as being the left (Latin: sinister) hand, or else, if the man were hanged for murder, the hand that “did the deed.”
According to old European beliefs, a candle made of the fat from a malefactor who died on the gallows, virgin wax, and Lapland sesame oil - lighted and placed (as if in a candlestick) in the Hand of Glory, which comes from the same man as the fat in the candle - would have rendered motionless all persons to whom it was presented. The candle could only be put out with milk. (In another version the hair of the dead man is used as a wick, also the candle is said to give light only to the holder.) The Hand of Glory also purportedly had the power to unlock any door it came across.
Lachrymatory Bottle - Bottles like these were used to catch tears when a loved one passed away.
I’ve always wanted one
In his final jailhouse interview with the psychologist James Dobson, Ted Bundy was agonizing over how his addiction to hardcore pornography had ruined his life and how much it had contributed to his violent sexual urges. Midway into the conversation, the prison lights dimmed. Bundy reassured Dobson that the lights would be back on momentarily. Bundy knew the reason that the lights had dimmed. They were testing the electric chair that he would be sitting in at 7.15 the next morning.