Nothing ups the value of a run-of-the-mill kitchen implement or piece of clothing like someone dying all over it. It's like smearing it with interesting butter. And—as with ghosts—the eviler the person who died on it, the heavier the smear.
Syria's Kurds won the war against Assad, which means now they get to fight al Qaeda and al Nusra. I spent approximately an hour at the front lines of this battle royale, and let me just say, no thank you.
Thomas Morton got a firsthand look at the realities of being possessed by Vodou's multitude of rowdy, rum-thirsty spirits.
Over two-thirds of all men in Indonesia are smokers, and it's commonplace for children as young as six to take up the habit. VICE's Thomas Morton visited an anti-tobacco rally in Malang where he received some hands-on smoking-cessation therapy.