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the only good thing to come out of New Jersey was My Chemical Romance

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Lemony Snicket Redesign by M.S.Corley

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bundyspree asks:
Tell me why you are against the true crime "fandom." Calling it a fandom is disrespectful to the nature of the crime and to the victims' families, no? An interest in true crime does not equate to amoral views.



ssshhhhhhhhhhhhhhh yeah of fucking course it’s disrespectful but y’all do it anyway so that’s the terminology i use. hush. it’s not even. like. people who are interested in crime that i’m mad at. like whatever. now.. people who fetishize murderers? yeah they should burn t b h

But people who fetishize murderers and especially school shooters are not members of the true crime community, they are 14 year old’s with identity problems, for the most part.

To catergorise all who have an interest in True Crime as Columbiners or people who romanticize school shootings and murder, is blatantly ignorant  and offensive to us.

There seems to be a new wave of hate toward genuine true crime bloggers because lots of people have used the terms “columbiners” and “true crime”, and of course TJ Lane’s escape, colloquially.

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