5 Strange Ways Wives have Killed Their Husbands

Getting out of a marriage can be as simple as filing for divorce or it can be as creative as those who didn’t only want to stand by their man, but they also didn’t want to leave their man standing.

Here's a quote of Agrippina's story:

"When it seemed the old man wouldn’t die quickly enough Agrippina sent in a slave with a feather to induce vomiting, claiming it would cure him. Of course, vomiting might in fact have helped Claudius if the feather hadn’t been dipped in yet more poison."

claudius and agrippina

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Dance of Death

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You may call me Count Carl Tanzler von Cosel. I was born in Dresden, Germany and I moved to Zephyrhills, Florida where the wild winds blow. That was back in 1927, when I already dwelled for half a century on this earth, seeking love, finding none. Oh yes, I had a wife and two daughters...But where were you?

Since my childhood, I was frequently visited by visions of my dead ancestor, Countess Anna Constantia von Cosel. I danced with her and she revealed to me the face of my true love: it was her face; it was the face of this exotic and dark-haired woman I found at last in the US Marine Hospital in Key West, where I worked as a radiologist...

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Dance of Death


Leaked Footage from Russia - Woman Killed in Failed Assassination Attempt


"Other uploads of this video have been taken down by the Russian government," the description of the YouTube video is saying. "Please help reveal the truth. More information is coming soon."  

A Natasha Norvikov YouTube upload:

MIR-12 was founded in an effort to search for the Truth that Russia has kept hidden from the world for decades. Many men, and now Natasha, have been killed because they knew only pieces of the information contained in this video. I urge you to watch it now, it will open your eyes to the Truth that Russian officials would rather you never know. While it begins to shed light on the lies we are uncovering, it is only the beginning...


Natasha Norvikov on Flickr

Comment: "Is that where you were trained to be an assassin?"

"My first ride in a gondola."

с Рождеством Христовым
"с Рождеством Христовым Wishing everyone Merry Christmas!"

"The water was much warmer than I expected."

Natasha Norvikov on Facebook

MIR12Truth YouTube

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15 Cool Hi-tech Spy Gadgets. Oh Wait, Creepy Stalker Gifts


Do you have someone for whom you need a present but would classify as naughty and not nice? Do they have a desire for gadgets to make them feel like James Bond? There are spy gadgets designed to go undetected, products that were once considered science fiction, but can be purchased without needing to be a part of an elite secret service or military branch. Some of these spy gadgets barely squeak by as legal. So if you have a spy or spyette on your shopping list, perhaps one of these 15 hi-tech spy gadgets would be perfect for them. Oh wait . . . as the list goes down, they get creepy enough to almost induce full blown paranoia. Maybe these spy gadgets would be the perfect creepy gifts for stalkers?

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15 Cool Hi-tech Spy Gadgets. Oh Wait, Creepy Stalker Gifts


Colton Harris-Moore: “Catch Me If You Can” Teen Eludes Detectives - Crimesider - CBS News

Photo: Colton Harris-Moore in July 2009 self-portrait provided by the Island County Sheriff’s Office.

EASTSOUND, Wash. (CBS/AP) It is a scene straight out of the movie "Catch Me If You Can."

In the darkness of this sleepy island town, the beam of a deputy's flashlight caught the back of a lanky teenager wanted in a notorious 18-month burglary spree.

The teen glanced over his shoulder, and then vanished into the woods. "He virtually vaporized in front of me," deputy Jeff Patterson recalled.

Such encounters have become all too common on the bucolic islands north of Seattle as police hunt for an elusive thief whose crime spree is quickly becoming a local legend. Colton Harris-Moore is suspected in about 50 burglary cases since he slipped away from a halfway house in April 2008.

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Colton Harris-Moore: “Catch Me If You Can” Teen Eludes Detectives - Crimesider - CBS News


Mafia Wars: Awful Online Infinite Loop or Harmless Fun? | Webupon

Mafia Wars – is the multiplayer browser game in danger of creating millions of new gaming junkies, content to spend their time competing against others in a kind of awful online infinite loop or just a harmless bit of fun to while away the hours? One player muses...

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Mafia Wars – to those not part of the close to thirty million users of the online multi-player game the term may be nothing more than a passing reference to a time in history or one of the multitude of movies made about these clandestine organizations. Yet to those involved in the game itself it can be one of several things. Firstly it can be just a harmless way to spend a few hours. Those a little more involved may find themselves taking the role play seriously. Others could be seen as being in danger of complete addiction and revolving their life completely around the game. Which category do you fall in to?

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