The library was obscured by mists.
An awkward hallway led to arcane periodicals… read more >>
Like 28% of young adults (18-29) in the United States, Elliot Rodger created videos and posted them to the Internet. He recorded himself driving around in his BMW, walking around public places, and giving monologues on life, particularly his dissatisfaction with women. Unlike most young adults, he posted a video that outlined his plans for a killing spree. The videos are part of his social media autobiography, an enduring digital artifact of a life many would like to forget… read more >>
He was a fat little man named Mr. Hoyt who signed a lease on an empty retail space in a strip mall in the village of Oakdale, three miles outside of St. Paul, Minnesota, and then retired to wait in a comfortable country house… read more >>