Over the past seven years, Scottish photographer Kieran Dodds has been taking pictures of people from around the world with ginger hair. With the ginger hair you can see that connection. Scotland is an international hot spot for redheads and Kieran had no trouble finding and photographing them in his homeland.
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Less than two percent of the world's population has naturally red hair. Because they stand out, they're often bullied by their peers, ridiculed in pop culture, and perceived through negative stereotypes dating all the way back to medieval times. Brian Dowling is hoping to bring some positive attention to those with fiery red locks for a change. He's traveled to 20 countries and counting to photograph redheads around the world and celebrate their natural beauty through whimsical portraits.
Photographer Brian Dowling has always appreciated the uniqueness of red hair.
The Redhead murders refers to a series of unsolved homicides of redheaded females in the United States between October and , believed to have been committed by an unidentified male serial killer. The murders believed to be related have occurred in states including Tennessee , Arkansas , Kentucky , Mississippi , Pennsylvania , and West Virginia. Officials believe that the women were likely hitchhiking or may have engaged in sex work. Authorities are unsure how many people were responsible for these murders, if they were all performed by the same perpetrator s , and how many victims there have been. On September 16, , the body of a woman later identified as year-old Lisa Nichols, who also used the last name of Jarvis, was found along Interstate 40 near West Memphis, Arkansas. She was wearing only a sweater. She was found to have been a resident of West Virginia. Authorities were not able to identify and contact her family members for some time, indicating that Nichols was estranged from them.
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