oh snap kilts
For the wife.
I needed kilts on my dash and did not know it.
How the fuck are these considered unmanly i mean look at them
LOOK AT THEM
laugh and the world laughs with you. weep, and you weep alone.
"Jalan Atthirari Anni." Moon of My Life
"Shekh Ma Shieraki Anni." My Sun and Stars
spn"I'd rather have you
cursed or not."
kind of just meant to have dean/cas overlaying one another but it looks like dean is whispering into cas’ ear which wasnt intentional but hey im not complaining
The Clapham Wood Mystery is the name given to a collection of unusual events which are associated with Clapham Wood, West Sussex, England.
This area is known for the disappearances of several family pets, including a case where a dog went missing but later reappeared. The dog suffered from an unknown, untraceable disease and had to be put down.
This area is also associated with the deaths of four people.
The first such case was that of Police Constable Peter Goldsmith in 1972. Goldsmith, 46, was a former Royal Marine Commando and an experienced rambler who was in excellent physical condition. He was last seen in June that year, walking across the Downs and carrying a large holdall. His body was found six months later, hidden in a patch of thick bramble.
In August 1975, pensioner Leon Foster was found in the woods, by a couple searching for a lost horse, three weeks after his wife had reported him missing.
And then the Reverend Harry Neil Snelling – the retired vicar of Clapham Parish – disappeared on All Hallow’s Eve in 1978 while returning home across the Downs from a dental appointment in Goring; his body was eventually found three years later by a Canadian tourist, who only informed the police of his discovery after he had left the country.
The murdered woman was Miss Jillian Matthews – a 37-year-old divorcee and a homeless schizophrenic, who went missing in September 1981. Her body was discovered six weeks later in a state of partial undress, having been raped and strangled. No one was ever charged with her murder.
The only explanation provided for these mysterious deaths and disappearances:
In their 1987 book The Demonic Connection Toyne Newton, Charles Walker and Alan Brown claimed that Clapham Wood had been used by a cult called the Friends of Hecate (FoH).
There is no further explanation of the mysterious murders.