PHEMALE FILANDERER

Having social skills is hiding certain parts of yourself in front of certain people to not offend them but I am an anomoly and I am not here to make you comfortable. I am here to fuck things up.

My name is Cuba.
Robot Koch x Susie Suh

—Here With Me

goodluck-godspeed:

suckmytachibana:

Calling your name in the midnight hour.
Reaching for you from the endless dream.
So many miles between us now.
You are always here with me.

THIS IS LOVELY, JUST LOVELY

This has been replaying over and over in my head for several days.

Oh boi

Oh boi

unexplained-events:

The Dybbuk or Dibbuk box (Hebrew, Kusfak Dibbuk) is a wine cabinet that is said to be haunted by a Dybbuk. A Dybbuk(abbreviation of  dibbuk me-ru’aḥ ra’ah) is a malicious spirit, usually belonging to the dislocated soul of a dead person This 1st received recognition when Kevin Mannis sold this item on ebay. He said that he bought this box from Havela, a Holocaust survivor of Polish origin. He claims that she had sealed a Dybbuk inside the cabinet on purpose.

Upon opening the box (because that seems like a great idea) he found  two 1920s pennies, a lock of blonde hair bound with cord, a lock of black/brown hair bound with cord, a small statue engraved with the Hebrew word “Shalom”, one dried rose bud, a single candle holder with four octopus-shaped legs, and a small, golden wine goblet. All of these items are used in Jewish folklore to exorcise demons.

Mannis Claimed that he had nightmares and health problems when he bought this box. His mother had a stroke when he gave it to her for her birthday. Many of the owners reported having health problems like hives, welts, couging up blood, and cuts/scratches all around the body. Jason Haxton, Director of the Museum of Osteopathic Medicine bought the box and after experiencing strange problems himself consulted some Rabbis on the matter who helped him seal the box back up. He has hid the box and refuses to reveal its location.

Some people believe that the box is not haunted and that since the owners already expect bad things to happen to them because of the box, they easily use the box as an explanation.

thecreepyarchive:

In 2010, a man named Sean Robinson reported strange activity in his home. Sean blamed the eerie events on a painting known as “The Anguished Man” and set up a camera to share the paranormal activity with viewers.
According to Sean, his grandmother originally owned the painting and believed it was cursed. She told Sean she saw dark figures near the painting and heard moans and cries in the night. She also claimed the artist had committed suicide after finishing “The Anguished Man” and that he had mixed his own blood with the paint. Sean inherited the painting after his grandmother’s death and experienced the strange events for himself. Videos Sean uploaded to YouTube show slamming doors, rising smoke, and the painting falling from a wall. Many viewers, however, are far from impressed. Robinson uploaded the last video on December 15, 2011.
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thecreepyarchive:

In 2010, a man named Sean Robinson reported strange activity in his home. Sean blamed the eerie events on a painting known as “The Anguished Man” and set up a camera to share the paranormal activity with viewers.

According to Sean, his grandmother originally owned the painting and believed it was cursed. She told Sean she saw dark figures near the painting and heard moans and cries in the night. She also claimed the artist had committed suicide after finishing “The Anguished Man” and that he had mixed his own blood with the paint. Sean inherited the painting after his grandmother’s death and experienced the strange events for himself. Videos Sean uploaded to YouTube show slamming doors, rising smoke, and the painting falling from a wall. Many viewers, however, are far from impressed. Robinson uploaded the last video on December 15, 2011.

Water nymph

goodluck-godspeed:

.it’s beautiful out.

This is the path way that goes towards a spring that flows right into the alafia river. It’s down the street from my house and it’s on private corporate property so you gotta sneak in through a hole in the fence.