HM THEMES
aerbor:

 Cristina Hoch 

by (angela w)

by (angela w)

"Go so far away that you stop being afraid of not coming back."
- Eve Ensler, I am an Emotional Creature: The Secret Life of Girls Around the World (via wethinkwedream)
dichotomization:

He was a handsome, athletic, well-spoken young man. He was unfailingly polite and popular, and appeared caring and concerned to those in his proximity. He was educated, sophistocated, and well mannered, a graduate with a university degree in psychology. He had plenty of friends of different ages and romantic relationships with women. Many other women considered him their trusted friend and confidant. And elderly woman he befriended described him as a “lovable rascal.” Another woman, a former police officer who would become America’s leading true-crime writer and who coincidentally knew him, described him as having “old-world gallantry.” He had worked as a suicide counselor at a phone-in crisis clinic and had been recently admitted into law school in Seattle. The state government hired him as a crime-control consultant and he even wrote a rape-prevention hand-book for women. He was a hardwordking volunteer for the Republican Party, an often-invited dinner guest, and a popular date, and he considered by his elders as somebody worth grooming for a possible future as state governor, perhaps even president. He was a necrophiliac who kidnapped, raped and mutilated, in that order, 30+ college-age women over a period of sixteen months. At one point he kept four of their heads in his apartment. He burned the head of another in his girlfriend’s fireplace. His name was Theodore “Ted” Bundy.

dichotomization:

He was a handsome, athletic, well-spoken young man. He was unfailingly polite and popular, and appeared caring and concerned to those in his proximity. He was educated, sophistocated, and well mannered, a graduate with a university degree in psychology. He had plenty of friends of different ages and romantic relationships with women. Many other women considered him their trusted friend and confidant. And elderly woman he befriended described him as a “lovable rascal.” Another woman, a former police officer who would become America’s leading true-crime writer and who coincidentally knew him, described him as having “old-world gallantry.” He had worked as a suicide counselor at a phone-in crisis clinic and had been recently admitted into law school in Seattle. The state government hired him as a crime-control consultant and he even wrote a rape-prevention hand-book for women. He was a hardwordking volunteer for the Republican Party, an often-invited dinner guest, and a popular date, and he considered by his elders as somebody worth grooming for a possible future as state governor, perhaps even president. He was a necrophiliac who kidnapped, raped and mutilated, in that order, 30+ college-age women over a period of sixteen months. At one point he kept four of their heads in his apartment. He burned the head of another in his girlfriend’s fireplace. His name was Theodore “Ted” Bundy.

"My poor mother
begged for a sheep
but raised a wolf."
- Michelle K., Four Rhythms.  (via pllrmrts)
"I’ll be your slaughterhouse, your killing floor, your morgue and final resting, walking around with this bullet inside me ‘cause I couldn’t make you love me and I’m tired of pulling your teeth."
- Richard Siken, from “Wishbone  (via mirroir)