“I dropped the television remote, and when I went to check under the bed I found her. It was like something out of a scary movie,” said Aaron Silver, the man staying in the room.… “I clean that room every day. I noticed a smell several times, and told my manager,” said Anita Rodriguez, a housekeeper at the motel. “He told me to just use extra Febreeze in the room and it would go away eventually. I always hated cleaning that room.” …“Funny thing is, the records also show literally almost 1,000 complaints from people who stayed in the room over the years. Everything from a bad smell to an ‘eerie feeling.’ Several people even asked to switch rooms in the middle of the night,” said Goldsmith. “The motel really should have checked out that room a little more closely.”
How the fuck
"It’s not in the policy to check under beds during cleaning" YOOOOOOOOO HOW
This is incredible
I would have almost for sure found this body. I look under 90% of the hotel beds I encounter before I checkout because I’m paranoid about leaving things behind. I also check the drawers whether or not I’ve used them & I’m fully prepared to find cash, drugs, or a severed limb someday.
Willing to trade for something good or for sale for $10
Temple of light an initiatory journey into the heart teachings of the egyptian mystery schools
by Danielle Rama Hoffman
Listed by: carkusarose
Sorry mixed the title and pic up for this. This is the essential book of psychic healing by Diane Stein. I’m willing to trade for another book possibly on chaos magic or herbs or crystals. If you’d prefer to just buy i’d be will to sell it for $5 plus shipping and handling.
What herbs are you looking for? I have dried lobelia & nettle hanging around.
I need to shower but also want to preserve my rad hair colour: a punk rock autobiography
Fight for your sisters, not just your cis-sters.
My least favorite thing is straight men who come into lush and act like it’s a direct attack on their manhood coming up to me like “I’m in here for my girlfriend” ok thanks for confirming your heterosexuality everyone who likes soap is usually gay
Ha. I stroll in and I’m like GIVE ME ALL THE SAMPLES.
Praise be to Lemony Flutter.
Check out the Cynthia Sylvia Stout shampoo. It’s for “fluffy” hair. Smells like beer & makes you shiny.
Guardian pig of the urban jungle pt 2 #shihtzu
Guardian pig of the urban jungle pt 1 #shihtzu
She’s Not A Christian (The God Warrior Remix)
request this on your local Christian radio station.
Friday, portrait of a weekday
Newly obtained surveillance video shows the violent encounter between a 17-year-old girl and Clairton police officers that left the teenager in the hospital.
A 17-year-old girl claims she was beaten by police in Clairton after she and her friends were stopped for a curfew violation Tuesday night.
Merceedez Wright admits she and her friends were out a few minutes after the city’s 10 p.m. curfew, and that she both ran from officers and resisted them after being tackled, but she doesn’t believe she deserves the injuries she suffered.
Wright is now recovering in the hospital with injuries to her trachea, esophagus and neck, plus several cuts and bruises.
"She’s a cheerleader, she’s a lifeguard at the Clairton pool, she was just on prom court," said Wright’s mother, Audelia Amoah. "She’s a good kid."
Even so, Wright admits she ran from officers.
"I was scared because of how he got out of the car. He didn’t just walk out, he jumped out of the car and started chasing me, so my first instinct was to run," she said.
Wright also said she did resist officers once she was knocked to the ground. She said she was trying to get her arms free to protect herself.
Clairton police did not respond to requests for comment.
You think this is sickening? Me too
551 Ravensburg Blvd
press ‘OPTION 6’ to be connected to the Clairton Police Department.
Flood their mailbox, flood their inbox!
Robert Hoffman is the Chief of Police and you can contact them directly here.
I just wrote in: “Newly obtained surveillance video shows the violent encounter between 17-year-old Merceedez Wright and Clairton police officers that left the teenager in the hospital.
She admits to being out past 10pm AND to “running” from the cops. When I was her age, I was in the same situation and the altercation did not result in me being tackled, in my head or neck being smashed against pavement, or a hospital bill.
I was told to call my mother while the officer POLITELY waited there for her to come pick me up. How is CPD training these officers that their first course of action is to pummel a little girl? The officers involved should be reprimanded without compensation.”
They didn’t do it because she’s a girl, they did it because she’s a black girl!
Pittsburgh is not safe for black folks.
I’m trying to tell you.
This is what I was trying to explain the other night when someone said some victim-blamey shit about this stuff not happening when you just submit to being arrested & ask questions when you’re supposed to.
Imagine walking down the street, probably not being aware that you’re doing anything glaringly illegal. Like, say you’re heading home a little after curfew, acting dumb with your friends or taking your wallet out of your shirt pocket, under your jacket.
In that moment, you’re charged from behind by someone in heavy boots & slammed forward into the ground. There are probably a couple of them. They may have identified themselves as they ran toward you, maybe not. Maybe you heard it & realized it was directed toward you, maybe not. Now they’re shouting at you to lay down on the ground & stop moving. You don’t know who is on top of you, or why. Your fight or flight response kicks in. You’re straining every muscle to break away & you can’t make sense of what they’re saying to you. Your mind is racing & there’s so much commotion. They’re bending your arms & legs behind you, pressing their knees into your back. Every instinct is telling you to get away, fast. You’re being attacked, RUN. Maybe you grew up in a rough neighborhood. Maybe this isn’t the first time someone has run up on you & you’ve had to fight to live. They’re yelling “STOP RESISTING” and you realize that this time, these people are the police. It’s too late to submit or repent now - they’re mad, you’re a dangerous criminal behaving in a hostile manner toward an officer of the law & your personal safety is no longer a concern.
Now tell me what someone in that position should have done.
4 MILLION women
A beautiful gesture from Lebanon - names of Palestinians killed by Israel in the last two weeks were hung on huge banners in Raouché, Beirut during a demonstration against the latest Zionist assault on Gaza, July 22, 2014. Protesters also threw flowers into the sea. Over 600 people have been killed (as of the morning of July 23, 2014), at least 25% of whom were children.
(Photos: Jamal Saidi / Reuters)