The Red Flags of Abuse Don’t Always Appear Red in the Beginning

I am a die-hard Nine Inch Nails fan, and I was first introduced to Marilyn Manson back in 1995 when they opened up for Trent Reznor during The Self-Destruct Tour (along with The Jim Rose Circus). The infatuation with his music, lyrics, and philosophy came slow, but over the next few years, I quickly became a superfan. Looking back on that first concert I attended—there have been…

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I am a freelance writer and editor living in Oklahoma City with an interest in researching and writing about true crime.

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I am a freelance writer and editor living in Oklahoma City with an interest in researching and writing about true crime.

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