I am not a summer person. I hate the heat and prefer snow and temperatures below 50. All summer I stay in the pool or the air conditioned house as much as possible to avoid the uncomfortable stickiness and throbbing headache the heat gives me. Living in Pennsylvania we get temperatures in the low 100’s some summers.
Imagine being stuck outside for 4 hours on a day where the temperature reaches 97. Now imagine being stuck inside a van on a day the outside temperature reaches 97. No air, no water and no one to hear you cry. This is exactly what Bryan Nevins of Bucks County Pennsylvania experienced.
Disclaimer: This is a story so shocking in its brutality that I’m surprised nobody ever submitted it to PYSIH. It is a crime that I cannot believe, even after extensive research that anyone with the most infinitesimal, minute, minuscule, primal sliver of simple morality would ever think of committing. If graphic, horrific violence against innocent children makes you faint-hearted, please do not continue reading.
Now, anyone can kill. Most of us who have consciences and would like to sleep well at night decide against it. A minority that unfortunately gives the rest of humanity a bad rap does choose to take another’s life, whether it be out of passion, psychopathy, or any other excuse that defense attorneys throw around in court like the hot potato. They’ve earned themselves their spots in hell.
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Melinda Loveless, Mary “Laurie” Tackett, Hope Anna Rippey And Toni Lawrence
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Time for another edition of “We Get Email” my friends, and this time I’m really quite excited. Because this time, you, the reader, will decide the final outcome, and how I will reply to her “request”.
Allow me to explain.
This afternoon I received an email from a person who calls herself Tawnya Clouston. Ms. Clouston is much different from the usual malcontent unhappy about something that was said in an article, or in the article as a whole. She is well spoken, polite, and – I swear I had to check three times to make sure I wasn’t seeing things – she never insulted the website, the author of the story or myself. That doesn’t mean she isn’t seriously misinformed about what we do here at PYSIH, among other things.
Love is precious, strong, and sometimes, eternal, but when it goes bad, it can become terrifying and dangerous. As imperfect creatures, human beings are rather vindictive in the realm of love soured into hate. Throw in to the mix infidelity, betrayal, money and the arrogance of youth and you have a pretty volatile cocktail of human nature just ready to explode.
Just barely in their twenties, Crystal Lee Ann Baxley and Justin Paul Garwacki got married on March 18, 2006, in Tampa, Florida.
On November 2, 2006, the newlyweds welcomed John Taylor Baxley into the world. J.T. as he was known to all who loved him, was born in Joplin, Missouri.
Meet six young adults who at this stage in their life they should have been finishing high school, or starting college. Instead, these young youths were out to do harm. From left to right, top to bottom, they are Amber E. Wright, 15; Kyle Hooper, 16, Michael S. Bargo, 18, James Havens, 37, Charlie Kay Ely, 18 and Justin Soto, 20.
Amber E. Wright was “in love” with a young man named Seath Tyler Jackson, 15. Aw, young love. And Seath adored Amber, or so he stated on his Facebook page.
We all know that young love dies fast. Seth and Amber did not last, puppy love left.
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Amber E. Wright, Charlie Kay Ely, Michael Shane Bargo, Kyle Lonnie-Duan Hooper And Justin Soto
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