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Did you read about John Wayne Gacy, bedbugs, and poop?

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Still frightening after all these years
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  • Still frightening after all these years

Reader staffers share stories that fascinate, alarm, amuse, or inspire us.

Hey, did you read:

• That shipping will soon be taken over by drones? Zara Yost

• About the ongoing effort to identify eight of John Wayne Gacy's victims? Gwynedd Stuart

• That the news editor of Al Jazeera English has urged employees to continue leaking e-mails? J.R. Jones

• About whether or not the Internet can be archived? Sue Kwong

• That there were "female husbands" in the 19th century? Zara Yost

• That bedbugs came from bats? Zara Yost

• About the death of Rod McKuen, whose books of poetry (including Listen to the Warm) were the cat videos of their time? Tony Adler

• That you can earn $13,000 a year by selling your poop? Aimee Levitt

• That Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland is, like, really sad he's still in Limp Bizkit? Kevin Warwick

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