Protected: Patreon Exclusive: The Tragic Life & Death Of Author Mary Shelley

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Cannibalism In Recent History

CAUTION! THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS DISTURBING IMAGES OF DEATH* We like to think that this type of thing can’t happen in polite society, that cannibalism is something that only so-called uncivilized tribes and macabre serial killers partake in. But history has proven again and again that when humans are starving and survival instincts kick in, people will do and eat literally anything and anyone – in many cases even their own children…

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Mr Gay UK, God’s Gift, The Cannibal Chef

Anthony later claimed that he’d told Damian that he’d wanted to take things slow; he fell asleep, and later said that he awoke to find himself in the middle of a non consensual se>

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Protected: PATREON ONLY! A Web Of Deadly Deceit

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The Grinches Who Killed Halloween

The first actual accounting of tainted candy happened in Long Island back in 1964. A 47 year old housewife named Helen Pfeil was sick and tired of older kids participating in what she believed to be a young kid activity, so she took it upon herself to remedy the situation…

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The Doctor & His Corpse Bride

Dr Karl Von Cosel (or Karl Tanzler, as many of us recognize him) lived in the Florida Keys. When he was just a boy, the doctor had a dream in which an ancestor came to him and showed him the face of his one true love. Karl grew up, got married, and had 2 children, but he was always waiting for his true soul mate, literally the girl of his dreams to come along…

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Karen Greenlee: The Unapologetic Necrophile

“When you’re on top of a body it tends to purge blood out of its mouth, while you’re making passionate love .. You’d have to be there, I guess.”…

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Sondra London & Her Serial Killers

Many of us find serial killers interesting. There’s something about their minds, we want to know what happened to make a person capable of committing their crimes. Some people will become pen pals with an interesting killer, or even several, but others have taken it much further than that…

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The Curse Of The Iceman

It’s believed that the Iceman and a friend had been searching for food when they got into a fight, which is likely how he died. Amazingly there was still an Arrowhead lodged in his shoulder, and plenty of cuts and bruises are still apparent on much of his body. With DNA testing, the blood of 4 other people was found on him.

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Mount Everest’s Corpses

Since Tensing Norgay and Edmund Hilary first successfully climbed Mount Everest back in May of 1953, the feat has become the goal of a lifetime for many. Just for bragging rights that you physically climbed to the highest point (29,029 feet/8,848 meters) and took pictures at the summit, saw the sights, and felt that adrenaline buzz, it’s too much for some to pass up! But it’s not without serious dangers, even for the Sherpa (skilled natives who give mountain tours and do their best to clean the area). Not only are there accidents to worry about, but even if you are cautious and do everything correctly, death may still come. Many adventurers have perished in a storm, an avalanche, or they have simply run out of air…

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Haitian Voodoo Zombies

In Haiti voodoo is practiced by at least 50% of the population. There is a type of sorcerer Haitians call Bokor, he is a Voodoo doctor who uses his power for both good and evil. It is said that if you upset someone, they may pay a Bokor to come sprinkle zombie dust on you. The victim will fall what is perceived to be dead, with no detectible pulse. The grieving family will have a funeral, and the victim is buried in the ground.

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Anne And The Meteorite

Let me tell you this story. The next time you are feeling like you have the worst luck in the world, just think of Ann Hodges and you might feel a little bit better…

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Piquerism

Piquerism is a form of sadism; the term comes from the French word Piquer, which means “To Prick”. This is the act of penetrating flesh with a sharp object. Often the jabbing will penetrate the skin of what we think of as a private area: the bottom, breasts, etc. but not always…

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Madam Tussauds & Her Most Infamous Work

Madame Tussauds became wealthy and famous by taking wax molds of the deceased – particularly those who had just been beheaded. She is most famous for casting the newly decapitated head of Marie Antoinette, as the photos show. Where other artists could say that they’d made dioramas which mimicked what they had seen, Tussaud could say that she alone had the privilege of casting the dead person’s actual head right after their death.

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What do you want done with your earthly remains after you pass away? Do you have a plan?

Funeral workers have been talking squeamish people into purchasing expensive mausoleum slots forever; they often promise a clean, dry place where your body will be well preserved. If you pay more, you may spend eternity indoors; there is often the promise of air conditioning in the summer, heat in winter, and often most importantly, there’s an understanding of no bugs. This is so completely different from the reality…

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