Monthly Archives: October 2017

‘She’s Putting A Mass Murderer On A Pedastal!’ Priyanka Chopra …

Priyanka Chopra is a popular and active personality on social media. She keeps her fans updated about her life and her whereabouts on the platform, and her fans love her for it. But then there are also the downsides of social media. If there is space for positive comments, there is also that for the negative ones. And they hold nothing back when PeeCee makes an error. And in the latest case we can assume how internet trolling can be so unforgiving.

The actress recently shared a throwback picture of her family with former Indian PM Indira Gandhi on Instagram, and the people reacted quite angrily at it. She received plenty of hate comments on the social media platform suggesting that she is putting a “mass murderer on a pedastal.” The picture was captioned as: “An amazing old photo my masi(aunt) @neelaakhouri sent over with her, my mother @madhumalati ,my

Read more at: http://www.india.com/showbiz/shes-putting-a-mass-murderer-on-a-pedastal-priyanka-chopra-gets-mercilessly-trolled-for-posting-throwback-picture-with-indira-gandhi-2587804/

Priyanka Chopra Gets Mercilessly Trolled For Posting Throwback Picture With Indira Gandhi

Priyanka Chopra is a popular and active personality on social media. She keeps her fans updated about her life and her whereabouts on the platform, and her fans love her for it. But then there are also the downsides of social media. If there is space for positive comments, there is also that for the negative ones. And they hold nothing back when PeeCee makes an error. And in the latest case we can assume how internet trolling can be so unforgiving.

The actress recently shared a throwback picture of her family with former Indian PM Indira Gandhi on Instagram, and the people reacted quite angrily at it. She received plenty of hate comments on the social media platform suggesting that she is putting a “mass murderer on a pedastal.” The picture was captioned as: “An amazing old photo my masi(aunt) @neelaakhouri sent over with her, my mother @madhumalati ,my

Read more at: http://www.india.com/showbiz/shes-putting-a-mass-murderer-on-a-pedastal-priyanka-chopra-gets-mercilessly-trolled-for-posting-throwback-picture-with-indira-gandhi-2587804/

His Body Unearthed, Legend of Mass Murderer H.H. Holmes …

Whiskers of a 121-year-old mustache came into view of the Penn Museum archaeologists once they finally reached 10 feet deep.

Then, stunningly, the dead man’s tie could be seen amid the soupy ooze of the coffin. Outlines of a suit somehow survived being buried for more than a century.

The mystery surrounding who wore that suit into the grave has remained as resilient with the passage of time — and despite the overwhelming evidence those Penn scientists have gathered in the last few months.

It is H.H. Holmes, if the DNA evidence pulled from the remains is to be believed, lead archaeologist Samantha Cox said.

For the first time, Cox and her team shared photographs from inside the grave and throughout the exhuming process. The pictures provide a fascinating look at what happens to a body after 120 years underground, and are the first glimpses of what remains

Read more at: https://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/investigations/His-Body-Unearthed-Legend-of-Mass-Murderer-HH-Holmes-Persists-454303243.html

His Body Unearthed, Legend of Mass Murderer HH Holmes Persists

Whiskers of a 121-year-old mustache came into view of the Penn Museum archaeologists once they finally reached 10 feet deep.

Then, stunningly, the dead man’s tie could be seen amid the soupy ooze of the coffin. Outlines of a suit somehow survived being buried for more than a century.

The mystery surrounding who wore that suit into the grave has remained as resilient with the passage of time — and despite the overwhelming evidence those Penn scientists have gathered in the last few months.

It is H.H. Holmes, if the DNA evidence pulled from the remains is to be believed, lead archeologist Samantha Cox said.

For the first time, Cox and her team shared photographs from inside the grave and throughout the exhuming process. The pictures provide a fascinating look at what happens to a body after 120 years underground, and are the first glimpses of what remains

Read more at: https://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/investigations/His-Body-Unearthed-Legend-of-Mass-Murderer-HH-Holmes-Persists-454303243.html

Photos From the Grave of ‘America’s First Serial Killer’

Archaeologists at Penn Museum exhumed the body of 19th century mass murderer H.H. Holmes from Holy Cross Cemetery outside Philadelphia earlier this year. Lead archaeologist Samantha Cox and her team shared photographs with NBC10 taken inside the grave and throughout the excavation and research process. The pictures provide a fascinating look at what happens to a body after 121 years underground, and are the first glimpses of what remains of the man often described as America’s first serial killer.

Read more at: https://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/investigations/Excavating-the-Body-of-Americas-First-Serial-Killer-454295463.html

After Las Vegas, Searching for Meaning in a Killer’s Brain | WIRED

On October 1, Stephen Paddock killed 58 people and wounded 546 more, firing multiple rifles from a hotel room in Las Vegas overlooking an outdoor concert. Then he killed himself. No one knows why he did it.

As part of the attempt to figure that out, The New York Times and others report, the Clark County Coroner’s office is sending Paddock’s brain to the Stanford University lab of Hannes Vogel, a neuropathologist. Vogel (who, at the request of Stanford’s communications office, is not speaking to the press) will perform both visual and microscopic examinations of Paddock’s brain, looking for abnormalities, tumors, degenerative illnesses, or anything else that might suggest why an otherwise unassuming video poker player would turn

Read more at: https://www.wired.com/story/las-vegas-brain/

After Las Vegas, Searching for Meaning in a Killer’s Brain

On October 1, Stephen Paddock killed 58 people and wounded 546 more, firing multiple rifles from a hotel room in Las Vegas overlooking an outdoor concert. Then he killed himself. No one knows why he did it.

As part of the attempt to figure that out, The New York Times and others report, the Clark County Coroner’s office is sending Paddock’s brain to the Stanford University lab of Hannes Vogel, a neuropathologist. Vogel (who, at the request of Stanford’s communications office, is not speaking to the press) will perform both visual and microscopic examinations of Paddock’s brain, looking for abnormalities, tumors, degenerative illnesses, or anything else that might suggest why an otherwise unassuming video poker player would turn

Read more at: https://www.wired.com/story/las-vegas-brain/

Pathologists to Search Stephen Paddock’s Brain for Clues to Mass Shooting

But even if scientists find clear evidence in Paddock’s brain of a neurodegenerative disease like Alzheimer’s or a brain injury like chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), will that help to explain why a reclusive gambler with no criminal record or extremist ties would open fire on a crowd of innocent people?

Dr. Clayton Wiley is a professor of pathology and director of neuropathology at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Although he’s not involved in Paddock’s case, he regularly conducts brain autopsies for both academic research and for the Pittsburgh

Read more at: https://www.seeker.com/health/pathologists-to-search-stephen-paddocks-brain-for-clues-to-mass-shooting