(Figure 1) The classic palm in magic reveals hidden instructions on how to cheat victims. Continue reading “Evil lessons in con artistry”
Was she a sexist character or an early feminist character?
Robert Mitchum and Jane Greer in "Out of the Past" (1947)
Continue reading “What happened to the most deceptive (and evil, and sexy) woman in film – the “femme fatale”?”
"Bob could’ve done anything with my life if he wanted to… Continue reading “The religious evil of Papa Pilgrim”
Closeup of "Identical Twins, Roselle, New Jersey, 1967"
by photographer Diane Arbus
Continue reading “Now police dogs can identify the evil twin”
Is it a $5,000 antique or a modern reproduction?
(Well, have you gotten it X-rayed?)
In a book about the secrets behind the antiques-dealer world, Maureen Stanton quotes a master carpenter who builds modern-day "antiques":
Continue reading “Spot the evil genius who makes “antique” chairs”
"The Shadow knows!"
Continue reading ““Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men?””
Simon Lovell, professional liar
Continue reading “A former con man explains that con men are evil and can’t be trusted”
Listen to Don’t You Lie to Me by Tampa Red via the browser-based music player LaLa>>
Continue reading ““Don’t you lie to me… It makes me mad, An I get evil as a man can be””
"In battling evil, excess is good; for he who is moderate in announcing the truth is presenting half-truth. Continue reading ““In battling evil, excess is good…””
The poster’s text: "Long live Germany!"
David Ogilvy was an influential British advertising executive. Continue reading ““Advertising is only evil when it advertises evil things.” – David Ogilvy”