The skeletal Japanese ghost is phenomenal (#5 at 6 minutes). Wow.
Norwegian-born Belle Gunness immigrated to the United States in 1881. A series of suspicious fires and deaths mostly resulting in insurance awards followed. Belle also began posting notices in lovelorn columns to entice wealthy men to her farm, after which they were never seen again. Authorities eventually found the remains of over 40 victims on her property, but Belle disappeared without a trace.
“She had killed 42 people. She would feed them a meal, poison their coffee and hit them with a meat chopper, alternating between burying the victims in shallow graves and feeding their remains to the hogs.”
Watch the following video for more gruesome facts about Belle Gunness’s devious crimes and murders:
Source for synopsis: biography.com – Belle Gunness
What better time than the weekend before Halloween to decorate your front lawn for trick-or-treaters or to freak out your neighbors? Head over to the Prudent Penny Pincher blog for 50 Cheap and Easy Outdoor Halloween Decor DIY Ideas.
She Blogged By Night has a great post about the history of the Mike Myers mask from Halloween, A Very Brief History of a Very Famous Mask. I like these pics, in particular. Happy Halloween!