i love fall out boy and i don’t care what you think
when I grow up, I’m gonna actually adopt the most “ugliest” dog at the adoption place, because people always go for the tiny, small cute ones, and it’s not fair, they all deserve lots of love. they can’t help how they look ok.
On November 29, 1970, a professor and his daughters were hiking in the Isdalen Valley in Norway when they came across the partially charred remains of a young woman.
She was surrounded by a large quantity of sleeping pills and bottles of gasoline. All of the clothing she was wearing had the tags removed, and her fingerprints had been sanded off.
She was eventually traced back to two suitcases at the NSB train station in Bergen. Her luggage contained a prescription lotion, with the doctor’s name removed, a few pieces of broken glass with partial fingerprints.
They discovered the woman had traveled by train across Europe under nine different names: Jenevive Lancia, Claudia Tjelt, Vera Schlosseneck, Claudia Nielsen, Alexia Zarna-Merchez, Vera Jarle, Finella Lorck and Elizabeth Leen Hoywfer.
There were diaries found with her things that contained cryptic notes that the police deciphered were codes listing the places that she had been.
Witnesses said she wore wigs as she traveled and spoke several languages such as French, German, English, and Dutch. She stayed at several hotels in Bergen. After checking in to each, she would change rooms several times, always requiring a balcony.
A local man came to police saying that, five days prior to the body’s discovery, he came across a very elegant woman while hiking.
He noted that she wasn’t dressed for being outdoors, much less on a remote hiking trail, and that her face was distorted with fear. He claimed that she attempted to mouth something to him, but was followed closely by two large men in black coats.
The man waited 32 years to come public with this story, stating that when he contacted the police, the officer who answered told him, “Forget her, she was dispatched. The case will never be solved.”
Was she some sort of international spy? An innocent woman who knew too much? A battered wife on the run? I guess we’ll never know…
HE SAYS ‘MY BOYFRIEND’ I CAN’T OMFG
EVERYONE NEEDS TO SEE THIS NOW OH MY GOD
Again I think many forget this happened
yes, harry. we get it. thank you.
trans women of color are literally the reason we have a queer rights movement and have always been a major factor in all forms of social revolution. trans women of color are the most important people and nothing you say will change that.
why do height differences in shipping always have to be about one being really tiny and the other being really tall. what about one being exactly a single inch taller than the other and the second being consistently angry about this.
louis&harry: uan tour whispering.