This Man Went Criminally Insane

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What happens when you get lost in a forest for a week? You go bananas. Seriously loco in la cabeza. At least that is what happened to young hiker that was found in Carson National Forest in New Mexico. Dross tells us what happened when he was finally located in the latest episode of Dark Tales of Terror…this man attacked one of the people that found him.  At the mental institution, he did something far worst to one of the nurses…something that landed him in a hopstial for the criminally insane. Thing you can handle this creepy story? Then watch the video above.

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11 Times Latinos Gave Foil A New Purpose In Life


11 Times Latinos Gave Foil A New Purpose In Life


At this point, we should have a patron saint of foil. What would Latinos do without this ingenious invention? Don’t answer that…no one wants to live in that world.

When you want cereal but don’t want a dirty bowl.

“Mira eso. No more washing dishes.”

You can get your night-out curls without having to go to a hair salon. ?


Raise your hand if you and your amigas ever used this trick? ???????

Nothing says happy 107-month anniversary like a love note wrapped in foil.


“107 months strong, babe.”

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It made that Tego Calderon look attainable.


Mami: ¿Y porque estás desperdiciando todo el papel aluminio?

You: What do you mean wasting? It’s called fashion. Geez.

Any battery can fit the remote if you are creative enough.


Because every family always had a lack of batteries and novelas are a top priority.

Admit it, mami taught you how to keep a clean kitchen.

I’m not saying she has a point but…maybe buying new ones is a better idea.

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It can also be a useful weapon cuando tu hermano pisses you off.

“Atrévete, bro.”

It also makes great Tupperware if you are in a pinch.

It’s strong and flexible. What more can someone ask for?

Who needs a brillo pad when you can bunch up some old foil.

Nobody knows how to clean like a Latino. Gracias, abuelita. You taught me right.

Shitty reception? Foil the antenna and you are set to watch Rebelede till sunrise.

Me: Ma! Where is the foil?

Ma: No hay más. Junaito needed something to carry his chiles rellenos in.

Me: ?

And, like paper towels, foil can be reused until it falls apart. #thatlatinolife

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You can wash it, dry it, and use it tomorrow to hold your lunch.

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