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Happy New Year 2014!

Happy New Year 2014!

Happy New Year to all our esteemed readers. Another year done and dusted and a fresh new one lay ahead of us. Before we plough headlong into 2014 we like to pause for a moment and remember some of the biggest stories of last 12 months. Just as in previous years we’ve compiled a list […]

Serial killer top ten

Here’s The Morningstarr* top ten chart rundown of the world’s biggest serial killers (based on body count). #10 Andrei Chikatilo (☠ 53 kills) In at number ten it’s Ukrainian psychopath Andrei, The Rostov Ripper! Andrei clocked up 53 kills during his career, all women and children. Andrei found the act of butchering people gave him […]

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St. Patrick’s Day totty

It’s March the seventeenth, the day millions of Americans celebrate the patron saint of Ireland. The Feast of Saint Patrick is a traditionally Catholic affair which celebrates the arrival of Christianity in Ireland, but the celebrations were soon hijacked by drunken revellers who like to drink copious amounts of Guinness, wear green clothes and usually […]

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Happy New Year 2013!

Congratulations dear readers, we’ve made it. The doomsday apocalypse came and went on December 21st, and we’re feeling all the better for it. As is becoming a new year tradition at The Morningstarr* we’ve compiled a run down of the nine biggest stories of 2012, so let’s take a brisk walk down memory lane and […]

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Have a crap Christmas

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Have a crap Christmas

Christmas is almost upon us once more and it’s the time of year when most people in the western world look to celebrate capitalism by tying it in to the traditional Christian celebrations. In certain parts of Europe, particularly Spain, those traditional celebrations include a lot more defecation and excrement than most readers might expect. […]

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This week the Morningstarr* minions headed over to one of the UK’s premier zombie survival events hosted by Zed Events. We managed to crowbar in a lunchtime slot for this incredibly popular horror role-playing game. Since the event began in March, and was subsequently tweeted about by famous zombie aficionado Simon Pegg, it’s popularity has […]

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The world’s top 6 deadliest spiders

This list has been compiled according to the ugly arachnid’s lethal potential, that means it’s the yield of their venom divided by its potency. Some spiders have extremely potent venom but lack the ability to deliver a high enough yield of the toxins to do much harm. Other spiders have a relatively weak venom, but […]

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Top 10 hottest vampires

Whilst there’s still a breath of life in the latest burst of vampire popularity we thought we’d compile a list of the hottest and sexiest on-screen vampires of the past few years. #10 Monica Bellucci Big-boobs Bellucci fires straight in at number ten, thanks to a small part in 1992′s Bram Stoker’s Dracula as one […]

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Horrific histories: Egypt’s cannibal holocaust

A little known period of Egyptian history reveals almost unspeakable horrors of grotesque acts of cannibalism and vile murder. Egypt suffered from a seven year famine which began around the year 1201 and resulted from the Nile running almost dry. During this time renowned Iraqi historian and Egyptologist Abdallatif al-Baghdadi (عبداللطيف البغدادي‎) was living in […]

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Real-life reanimator and his zombie hounds

Dr. Robert E. Cornish was a highly gifted American biologist who received his doctorate from the University of California in 1924, aged just twenty-two. Cornish remained at the Berkeley campus of the university carrying out research and working on various outrageous projects, such as reading glasses for underwater, but in 1932 shortly after Universal Pictures […]

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