Mandy's a cheerleader, with the figure one would expect a cheerleader to have: leggy and buxom.She almost always wears her blue cheerleader's outfit.During winter, she wears a white-gray sweater, and blue tights.She has brown hair, and wears it in a high ponytail with a navy blue bow. She can occasionally be seen in the Girls' Dorm wearing basketball shorts and a gray t-shirt as pajamas.But even that examination of her history and her death feels somehow lacking—not because the Codex post is weak, but because Evelyn left behind so little to hold on to.In the end, there is not even a gravesite; she was cremated, according to her wishes, and no marker or tombstone exists.[Visit writer Lauren Anne Rice's Pubslush page to learn about her research into the full story of (in Lauren's words) "Evelyn, her family, and her twenty-three years alive."]But beyond the mystery of Evelyn Mc Hale's life and death, there is the equally profound mystery of how a single photograph of a dead woman can feel so technically rich, visually compelling and—it must be said—so downright beautiful so many years after it was made.
it doesn't matter if you have a paid membership or not. well considering they fùck, I don't see how that makes her a stalker.
It means something when Page 6 is dishing gossip about you, right?
I mean, American Idol winner, Nick Fradiani can’t be too mad the NY Post is basically accusing him of stealing Rob Gronkowski’s girlfriend, right?
There's a reason, after all, why she is often referred to as "the most beautiful suicide"; why Andy Warhol appropriated Wiles' picture for his Suicide: Fallen Body (1962); why once we look, it's so hard to look away. I wouldn't make a good wife for anybody," she wrote. She went to the observation platform of the Empire State Building.
In Wiles' photo, Evelyn (it doesn't feel right to refer to her as "Ms. Through the mist she gazed at the street, 86 floors below. In her desperate determination she leaped clear of the setbacks and hit a United Nations limousine parked at the curb.