mind-of-the-mental-patient
mind-of-the-mental-patient:

trenchcoatmafia-judgementday:

mind-of-the-mental-patient:

trenchcoatmafia-judgementday:

mind-of-the-mental-patient:

My backpack

Oh my god.It looks amazing!

Thanks! I’m very happy I convinced my mom to let me get it

Tbh, I don’t think I could ever convince my mom to get me an Ouija Board backpack

My moms pretty chill honestly she’s more “really? Really?” Than “haha no”

So, when do you start school?

mind-of-the-mental-patient:

trenchcoatmafia-judgementday:

mind-of-the-mental-patient:

trenchcoatmafia-judgementday:

mind-of-the-mental-patient:

My backpack

Oh my god.It looks amazing!

Thanks! I’m very happy I convinced my mom to let me get it

Tbh, I don’t think I could ever convince my mom to get me an Ouija Board backpack

My moms pretty chill honestly she’s more “really? Really?” Than “haha no”

So, when do you start school?

blarvink
unexplained-events:

The Girl In Blue
In 1933, a girl dressed all in blue came to Willoughby, Ohio on a Greyhound bus. After spending the night at a boarding school and getting to meet everyone she decided to take a train to New York. Upon seeing the train, she dropped her luggage and sprinted for it. She was hit and killed by the train. No one knew her name or whether her death was an accident or a suicide.The only thing on her person was 90 cents and a ticket to Pennsylvania. 
Her identity remained a mystery until a title agency researched through some records and found her name — Josephine Klimczak. County records, however, have not changed the death certificate; she is still listed as The Girl in Blue.
The bottom of the grave reads “Unknown but not forgotten.”

unexplained-events:

The Girl In Blue

In 1933, a girl dressed all in blue came to Willoughby, Ohio on a Greyhound bus. After spending the night at a boarding school and getting to meet everyone she decided to take a train to New York. Upon seeing the train, she dropped her luggage and sprinted for it. She was hit and killed by the train. No one knew her name or whether her death was an accident or a suicide.The only thing on her person was 90 cents and a ticket to Pennsylvania. 

Her identity remained a mystery until a title agency researched through some records and found her name — Josephine Klimczak. County records, however, have not changed the death certificate; she is still listed as The Girl in Blue.

The bottom of the grave reads “Unknown but not forgotten.”