korvix666
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Grave Robbing for Morons
In the early 90s, most underground videos were hand shared. Usually dubbed from previously poorly dubbed VHS tapes and shared person to person. An example of this would be something like Heavy Metal Parking Lot (maybe some of you guys even remember owning this).
One of the most infamous fringe VHS tapes to make its way to people in the early 90s was called聽鈥淕rave Robbing for Morons.鈥 It鈥檚 pretty much exactly what it sounds like. It鈥檚 a 27 min long video which features a guy in a leather jacket giving advice on looting graves. He shows off his collection of human skulls, gives some advice on how to deal with witnesses, and gives detail on the sights and sounds of the trade.
At the tail end of the footage, the man in the video drops the nicknames of himself, the cameraman, and their grave robbing partners 鈥 鈥淎nthony, 鈥淕ino, 鈥淭aco鈥, and 鈥淧ucci鈥 鈥 before taking credit for the rise of cemetery looting and promising that they鈥檒l rob Houdini鈥檚 grave. Houdini鈥檚 grave did suffer a lot of vandalism and neglect during this period, but no one ever checked the magician鈥檚 grave to see if anything was missing.
The human skull in the video looks real and experts that have worked grave-robbing cases or worked with the deceased say that the looter鈥檚 descriptions in the video are spot-on. The origin of the video remains unknown and the identity of the boy in the video remains a mystery to this day.
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Water Lilies, 1917, Claude Monet
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