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Russian researchers in the late 1940s kept five people awake for fifteen days using an experimental gas based stimulant. They were kept in a sealed environment to carefully monitor their oxygen intake so the gas didn't kill them, since it was toxic in high concentrations. This was before closed circuit cameras so they had only microphones and five inch thick glass porthole sized windows into the chamber to monitor them. The chamber was stocked with books, cots to sleep on but no bedding, running water and toilet, and enough dried food to last all five for over a month. The test subjects were political prisoners deemed enemies of the state during World War II. Everything was fine for the first five days; the subjects hardly complained having been promised (... Read More
Ngo Dinh Diem's administration was a questionable one. In May 1963, amid the Vesak festivities, the Buddhists were disallowed from showing Buddhist banners refering to a direction that precludes the show of any non-administrative banners in the city of Hue, where a Catholic banner was shown in celebration of Diem's senior sibling's rise to minister. This expanded the agitation among Buddhists and regular people, and prompted challenges and exhibits for opportunity of religion, with huge numbers of them being murdered. Thich Quang Duc immolating himself by consuming himself alive to death amidst a bustling Saigon convergence was a piece of the challenges The demonstration of self-immolation not just set off the current political emergency in Tunisia... Read More
Anneliese came into the world a healthy baby girl on September 21, 1952. Growing up with her parents and her three sisters, Anneliese did not have a simple life. Her family was strict Catholic, flirting with some of the more intense elements of the religion. To the Michel family, the reformations of Vatican II were to be ignored; there was no simple atonement for sin, and one could not get by on atonement for their sins alone. Anneliese would spend the winters sleeping on cold wooden floors hoping that God would take her sacrifice as penance for drug addicts who had lost their faith. In 1969, while others her age were experimenting with drugs and lamenting the breakup of the Beatles, Anneliese would suffer her first seizure. Doctors would tell her family that... Read More
Mystery of the Jamison Family Disappearance Bobby and Sherilyn Jamison, and their six-year-old daughter Madyson, went missing in the Red Oak Mountain area of southeast Oklahoma in October 2009. Over 100 people were enlisted to search for the Jamison family, but no sign of them was found until November 2013, when the skeletal remains of two adults and a child were found in the woods, face down and side-by-side, roughly three miles from where their vehicle had been abandoned. It wasn’t until July 2014 that these remains were positively identified as the Jamison family, though a cause of death was never determined. Rather than provide closure to the Jamisons’ friends and family, it just raised questions as to what really happened to the them. The... Read More
A career criminal, amateur musician, enigmatic cult leader and unrepentant racist, Manson became synonymous with the dark underbelly and ominous end of the Sixties. The two-day killing spree he orchestrated in August 1969 left seven people dead and, as legend has it, sprang from his mad interpretation of the Beatles' White Album – specifically the song "Helter Skelter" – which he believed foretold a coming apocalyptic race war.A career criminal, amateur musician, enigmatic cult leader and unrepentant racist, Manson became synonymous with the dark underbelly and ominous end of the Sixties. The two-day killing spree he orchestrated in August 1969 left seven people dead and, as legend has it, sprang from his mad interpretation of the Beatles' White... Read More
Murray’s car was found abandoned on February 9, 2004 in Haverhill, New Hampshire by State Police responding to a call by a concerned bus driver. The bus driver came upon the crash, and a seemingly uninjured Murray told him she had called AAA (even though she hadn’t) and didn’t need his help. The driver left the accident and alerted police when he got home. It was a February day in 2004 when UMass Amherst student Maura Murray took a spontaneous trip toward the White Mountains. She told no one where she was going when she emptied her bank account, packed up her things, and hit the road. Just as quickly as her road trip started, it abruptly came to an end that evening when Murray crashed her car on a rural New Hampshire street. She has never been seen again.... Read More
ok... TOR browser...ready proxy.... connected. cross your finger... go deep web mode. What is the dark web (or darknet)? It is the darkest, sickest part of the deep web... ok but, what is the deep web? well you can ask to google. In the middle of all the insane sick things you can find on the dark web you can also find this kind of disturbed stuff: Believe me or not, the site is called Suicide Tips & Tricks and its content is exactly what you think... a forum to help people to find the proper solution to die. Browsing the site you can find alot of disturbed people asking for some hint about the best way to "do it".. for instance: "So I've decided I'll go out via hanging, but I'm not sure what kind of knot to use when tying the rope to the... Read More
In Enshi, in China’s Hubei Province, a man called Feng Ning attempted to catch a woman falling from 11th floor of a nearby building with bare hands. Due to the kinetic force, Feng Ning was knocked down and suffered several injuries, including damage to knee joints, tibia fracture, and dislocated ligaments. Feng said he was walking out of a restaurant when he heard someone crying, and saw a woman hanging from the 11th floor window. When the woman fell, he quickly extended his arms to try to cushion her fall. Unfortunately, the woman did not survive the impact. watch the full video from bestgore.com!
In the relationship between celebrities and their public, there is always a delicate balance: Fans can admire, but they also have to keep their distance. When this equilibrium is broken, it can be dangerous. Icelandic pop star Björk learned this when an American fan sent her a bomb in disguise and then killed himself — leaving behind 22 hours of videotape. For authorities on both sides of the Atlantic, this one man's obsession became a race against time. And for observers, like famed crime writer Patricia Cornwell, the man's tapes provided a rare window into the mind of a celebrity predator. Cornwell joined up with Primetime to take a look at the case. The Last Day On Sept. 16, 1996, the manager of the Van Buren Plaza apartment building in Hollywood, Fla... Read More
Jumping from height can be a very effective method of suicide (providing it is from sufficient height), it does not account for a particularly high percentage of suicides in either the US or the UK. Having said that, in Honk Kong it accounted for over half of all suicides in 20061, so easy access to tall buildings seems to impact the propensity to use this method. The most important factor in suicide by jumping is height Stone states that jumping from 150 feet (46 metres) or higher on land, and 250 feet (76 metres) or more on water, is 95% to 98% fatal. 150 feet/46 metres, equates to roughly 10 to 15 stories in a building, depending on the height of one story. 250 feet is the height of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.