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5 Unsolved Serial Killings That Will Haunt You

Unsolved Serial Killings West Mesa Memorial

A police officer visits a memorial for the West Mesa victims. Source: Albuquerque Journal

Freeway Phantom

Unsolved Serial Killings DC

Source: Wikipedia

Beginning in the spring of 1971, only a year and a half after the civil rights riots, Washington, D.C.’s Freeway Phantom haunted the metropolitan area for 16 months, brutally killing six girls, ages 10 to 18. Police know that at least three of them suffered rape and all of them were strangled. Their bodies were found along roadways and freeways between D.C. and Maryland. All victims were black and it has been suggested by victims’ family members that the case would have received more media and police coverage had the victims been white.

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Ferguson Protests Through The Eyes Of A Teenager

Throughout the Ferguson riots, we’ve heard from journalists, activists and–after some significant delays–the police. But the voices of teenagers, those whose ages render them closest to the now-deceased Mike Brown, have certainly been missing. People at Transient Pictures have followed some of these teens in the wake of the killing and riots, documenting the questions they’ve raised since, how they’ve tried to cope with such a loss and broader issues of race, security and their place in it all.

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For more photos of the riots in Missouri, check out our gallery.

Seven Women Who Have Absolutely Mastered Makeup

Mouthful Makeup Popeye

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Some women wear makeup to appear more mature, sexy or chic. Others wear it to look like…Popeye. Or Nemo. Or, you know, a Powerpuff Girl. These potions, creams and salves are often used to enhance what already exists, but these women prove that makeup can also be used for more lighthearted, entirely creative purposes. Maybe nix the eyeshadow genie for the job interview, though.

Genie Mouth

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Mouthful Makeup Fish

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A Dwarf Documents His Life And Interactions With Others In New York City

Jonathan Novick gives us a rare insight into dwarfism–and not the kind of “rare insights” that appear nightly on TLC–in this short-length documentary, “Don’t Look Down on Me”. Novick has been living in the city for a little over a year now, and while the experience has been good in general, some of the encounters he’s had have been incredibly frustrating. With the help of a button cam, he shows us how.

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