http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XenuIn Scientology doctrine, Xenu (also Xemu) is an alien ruler of the "Galactic Confederacy" who, 75 million years ago, brought billions of people to Earth in DC-8-like spacecraft, stacked them around volcanoes and blew them up with hydrogen bombs.
If you're feeling too smart these days, you might want to dumb it down as Wikipedia has an entry dedicated to the most famous internet shock sites, like goatse.cx and tubgirl.jpg, etc. The entry is worksafe, obviously the sites themself tend to not be so much.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shock_site
LOL I was just checking out the movie My Super Ex Girlfriend on Wiki and oh hello cello, somebody has transcribed the entire movie for you hahaha I love it. It's like this one book report I did in year 7 and I hated the book and all I did was basically recap everything that happened I got a C.
The Anita Cobby murder was one of the most violent murders ever in Australia. You can read about it here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anita_CobbyIt is especially distrubing for me seeing as I live in Blacktown and often catch the train home at all hours of day and night....
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tsutomu_MiyazakiAlso read the External links"The silencing of the lambs" – An account of Miyazaki's killings. Mmmnnhh Snackalicous children... A taste sensation.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sakakibara#Parallels_to_Tsutomu_Miyazaki(the scalpel incident)
Novelty TheoryTerrence McKenna has a Wiki entry worthy of mention, but it's his more obscure theory of universal novelty that should be a starting point for everyone who wants access to the weird, wacky world of the father of modern entheogens.From the man that brought us the Psilocybin theory of evolution, 'Novelty Theory' proposes the end of history is on its way, December 21 2012. Whilst it could in fact be a giant, culture jamming hoax it's no more crazy than beleiving in God, and 'novelty theory' sounds a whole lot more awesome. See also: Machine Elves
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jersey_Devil According to one version of the tale, the Jersey Devil was the thirteenth child born to a Mrs. Leeds, a resident of the Pine Barrens during the mid-17th century. Mrs. Leeds was so upset at yet another pregnancy that after giving birth she exclaimed, "I am tired of children! Let the devil take this one!" What was once a human child immediately transformed into a winged monstrosity; he ate all the other children and flew out through the chimney. The Jersey Devil has been said to be companion to a headless pirate, a ghostly woman, and a werewolf. In certain parts of South Jersey, the Devil is rumored to live in an apocryphal Agent Orange plant near Chatsworth, a very small town surrounded by forest and sand.