Yeah! I found more evil (haunted in this case) in Las Vegas. Halloween in November continues! Unfortunately, there’s no Iron Maiden needed here. Although we’re close to “The Number of The Beast”. I recently found reddit and have fun in the various Las Vegas and gaming boards.
Yesterday I saw noticed a post about a potentially haunted house. As I said yesterday, I don’t mess with the supernatural so I won’t post a picture of this haunted house. However, it seems to be located across the street from the estate owned by WAYNE NEWTON I figured I’d show that instead. The house is located at 6660 Pecos Road. Here’s the question posed on reddit.
The address is 6660 Pecos Road, right across the street from Wayne Newton’s pad. Google that address and go into street view. WTF is going on?
The only info I came across about the house’s history was that a teenage girl was kidnapped by bikers and brought to the house. She was ritualized and killed and supposedly the cops found satanic markings written in blood on the floors and walls.
I gotta check this place out now!
On the post comments people are saying that this is urban legend, but the house is part of a haunted Vegas tour so who knows the truth. Regardless of this house being haunted I’ve never been to this area and there seem to be a lot of cool old houses in the area, including Mike Tyson‘s house.
Being from the east coast I’m fascinated by “old money” on the west coast. I found an old money area just outside of the north end of the Vegas strip and was loving it. Coincidentally (or not) these little areas of old money seem to be surrounded by poverty. I will have to check this out.
Photo – Fox News
Do you believe that roulette is evil? I don’t like roulette so I you can put me in the category of people that find these game evil although I don’t find roulette as evil as I do boring.
When I was looking for a roulette wheel for yesterday’s 666 article, I came across an article that opens the door onto the true evils of roulette.
Roulette history rumors that the game was invented by a mad Chinese monk way back in the fourteenth century. The truth is no one really knows who the true founder of the game really is but the legend makes room for a great topic of conversation amongst casino dealers and those interested in the game.
The rumor goes along these lines, this Chinese monk invented the game of roulette but then while trying to find a system to crack the game went mad and killed himself he apparently added several references to the number 666 all over roulette.
- For instance add all the numbers on the roulette wheel 1 thru 36 and they total exactly 666.
- Add any three numbers on the layout horizontally and you will always get a reference to the number 6. Eg. 1+2+3=6 , 16+17+18=51 (added together 5+1=6)
- Add any three numbers diagonally and get a number that relates to 6. Eg. 28+26+24=78 then 7+8=15 then 1+5=6 or 3+5+7=15 then 1+5=6
- Add the numbers making up each dozen and you get 78 for the first dozen 7+8=15 then 1+5=6 Second dozen gives you 222 then 2+2+2=6 Third dozen 366 then 3+6+6=15 then 1+5=6
- The funny thing is the game of roulette is marked with the number 6 all throughout, it’s up to you whether or not you believe the Chinese mad monk inventing roulette story or not.
If you’re a roulette player these evils are definitely something to consider. I don’t mess with the supernatural and this just gives me more reason to avoid roulette.
My timing is off. I know. Halloween would have been a better period to bring evil into casino gaming. Regardless, this is fun and I’ll stick to craps. 🙂
Here are some links if you want to add the number of the beast to your holiday gifts.
Iron Maiden – “Number of the Beast” remastered CD
Iron Maiden – “Number of the Beast” single download
Iron Maiden – “Number of the Beast” Vinyl Picture Disc
Roulette Wheel and Felt
Shot Glass Roulette Game
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