Skunk Uzeki

Skunk Uzeki is an androgynous pothead and a hard partier.  When they aren't drinking and causing trouble, they're writing articles about the fun times they have. 

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10 Horrifying Facts About Life in Angola Prison
4 months ago
Recently, Brooklyn's prison system came under fire after reports of heating being shut off came to light. At the time of the report, prisoners were enduring 33-degree weather, and at times didn't even...
10 Writers Who Were Actually Criminals
5 months ago
Certain non-fiction genres thrive on authors who can discuss their own firsthand experience. Our desire to know what life is like for others keeps books interesting, and is why publishers love seeing ...
10 Cults That Performed Acts of Sexual Abuse
8 months ago
If there is one thing that shows religion as a terrifying weapon, it's the stories you'll hear about the cults that committed acts of violence, theft, and insanity. Cults are, plain and simple, as dan...
What Is Meeting a Serial Killer Like?
8 months ago
My partner and I believe we may know someone who is a serial killer in the making. We'll call him Gary for the sake of simplicity. Gary has a regular, respectable job in healthcare. He wears conservat...
10 Shocking Stories of Cults That Committed Crimes
9 months ago
Cults have a knack for making people do things they never thought they would do. There have been many people who, after joining a "new religion," have signed away their entire life savings to the cult...
The Impossible Murder of Joseph Bowne Elwell
9 months ago
If you're an avid watcher of The X-Files, Sherlock, or CSI, you have most likely seen the "Locked Room Mystery" trope come into play. It's a common plot scenario where a murder victim is found dead inside a locked room, no visible weapon, and no way for a criminal to escape. The Locked Room Mystery trope is by no means new; there have been examples of this fictional plot device spanning back to Biblical eras. Even major mystery writers like Sir Arthur Conan Doyle have used it as a plot device. I...