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hi /x/, long time lurker, first time posting here. Anyone interested in far east spooky stuff?
>be me, german descent
>parents move to korea before I was born
>because of dad going on business trips all the time + general parental conflict, korean friend's family pretty much raised me as their own
>new family is crazy superstitious, which is weird since most of the country now believes in christianity
>live in the mountains with korean family for most of my childhood, then move to the city around high school age
I honestly didn't even consider all this to be "creepy"; it was just a part of life to me. Recently I moved to the US and whenever I mention stuff that happened in my childhood my new friends lose their shit. I guess I'll post a few and see if you guys might be interested.
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Hello /x/. A long long time ago I used to stream horror movies for this board. I wanna say I quit in 2010 or 2011 due to lack of time. I've recently gotten the itch to start back up, though. However I realized times have changed. I know the streaming program I used to use is probably no longer the best option. I'd say what it was, but it used to be word filtered. Let's just say it was Live.
I was wondering what the best program was for this kind of thing now, so I can bring back my old double feature. It's strange. /x/ used to have a bunch of streams going. Pretty much every night of the week you could find several channels all showing good stuff. Now, it's hardly seen, which is a shame, cause it was always fun watching movies with you guys.
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Apologies if there is a better name for what I would like to do but I am a layman.
I'm getting out of the Marine Crops in 2 weeks and I bought a general purpose trunk to shove all of my Marine Corps stuff I've accumulated (uniforms, flight vest, shell casings from Afghanistan, some human teeth I found in my deployment bag...before I deployed, photos, etc) over the past 5 years. I'm locking it up and throwing away the key. What I'm figuring/hoping for is one day long after I'm dead one of my great grandkids or grandniece/nephews finds it, breaks open the lock, and finds out about a piece of my life.
Now this is going to be for my family and no one else. I do not currently practice any religion but the military, and especially being aircrew in the military, has taken me from being a little superstitious to being OCD level superstitious. While it may not be a certain thing I'd like to put a curse on the trunk so that if anyone who is not a decedent of my family opens it they regret it. Thing is I have no idea on how to do this.
Another problem is that my family has a long tradition of adoption. Even if we have children of our own the chances of me or my sister adopting a child or two and those children adopting later in life are strong. Is there a way to do this so that I wont potentially be fucking over a future relative who is family but just not blood related?
/x/ how should I go about this?
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The Arica Monster is said to be a large surviving member of the dromaeosaurids that inhabits the vast Atacama desert of Chile, South America. It has descriptions of that of a dromaeosaur and a kangaroo. Various motorists driving the main road linking Iquique and Arica have reported a 6-foot tall sharp-toothed bipedal dinosaur crossing the road in front of them. It has been said that it has three-toed footprints, characteristic of that of a primitive dinosaur, kangaroo, or even emu. In Destination Truth, it is described as a dinosaur-like bird