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    The True Spine-Chilling Story of the Greyhound Beheading

    Friedrich Nietzsche said that whoever is fighting monsters should make sure that they don’t end up a monster themselves in the process. Further, he said that when we gaze into an abyss for a long time, the abyss gazes back into us too. There is a monster living in all of us; it lives in […] More

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    The Dance of Death

    It was 1518, July. Mrs. Frau Troffea began dancing on the street passionately in Strasbourg’s street. She danced for six days and then others joined her. Soon it was 34 people dancing, and then within a month, there were 400 dancers, mostly women! Then some of them started dying. Some died of sudden heart attacks, […] More