Ephemera. My favorite piece is a vintage cardboard poster "Capt. Salisbury - in person- Presents GOW the Headhunter - Direct from CANNIBAL LAND" Orange and black print and a bit beat up with a couple of small waterstains because this particular poster did actually hang on someone's storefront once upon a time. It's politically incorrect to the max and has earned me a few odd looks but I love it.
I also love old magazines. Where else can you find ads like this?
Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?
I'm inexplicably fascinated by geography, different cultures, wars and their causes and effects.
Originally Posted by Tallulah
True crime/serial killers
That too although I don't actually get into it much, I just find myself totally intrigued when presented with something on TV or a book about it.
Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou
1. Plane crashes
I can watch most shows on TV about disasters and not be affected if I donít want to be, I can handle medical shows that deal with death, thereís actually very little that I would actively avoid but I simply cannot handle those shows that investigate plane crashes for a moment, it freaks me out way too much for when I have to travel *shudder*