lundi 20 octobre 2014

Liars Who Were Caught Red-handed on the Internet

Liars Who Were Caught Red-handed on the Internet
Liars Who Were Caught Red-handed on the Internet
Liars Who Were Caught Red-handed on the Internet
Liars Who Were Caught Red-handed on the Internet
Liars Who Were Caught Red-handed on the Internet
Liars Who Were Caught Red-handed on the Internet
Liars Who Were Caught Red-handed on the Internet
Liars Who Were Caught Red-handed on the Internet
Liars Who Were Caught Red-handed on the Internet
Liars Who Were Caught Red-handed on the Internet
Liars Who Were Caught Red-handed on the Internet
Liars Who Were Caught Red-handed on the Internet
Liars Who Were Caught Red-handed on the Internet
Liars Who Were Caught Red-handed on the Internet
Liars Who Were Caught Red-handed on the Internet
Liars Who Were Caught Red-handed on the Internet
Liars Who Were Caught Red-handed on the Internet
Liars Who Were Caught Red-handed on the Internet
Liars Who Were Caught Red-handed on the Internet
Liars Who Were Caught Red-handed on the Internet
Liars Who Were Caught Red-handed on the Internet
Liars Who Were Caught Red-handed on the Internet

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Beheading with a sword or axe goes back a very long way in hystory. This method was used in the 20th century but is now confined to Saudi Arabia, Quatar, and Yeman. It is effective and is probably as humane as any other modern form if carried out correctly, but is also extremely gruesome.
Beheading requires a skilled headsman if it is to be at all humane, and frequently several blows are required to sever the head.

The prisoner is usually blindfolded so that they do not see the sword or axe coming and move at the crucial moment.It was not unusual for an assistant to hold the prisoners hair to prevent them from moving.

In any event the results are gory to the extreme, as blood spurts from severed arteries and viens of the neck including the aorta and the jugular vien. No doubt these two factors have lead to it’s abandonment by most countries.

It is probable that when a single blow is sufficient to decapitate the prisoner, they become unconscious within a few seconds. They die from shock and anoxia due to hemorrage and loss of blood pressure within less than 60 seconds. However because of muscles, and vertibrae in the neck are tough decapitation might require more than one blow.

It has often been reported the eyes and mouths of people beheaded have shown signs of movement. It has been calculated that the human brain has enough oxygen stored for metabolism to persist about seven seconds after the supply is cut off.

Houston serial killer Dean Corll subjected his young male victims, ranging in age from nine to twenty-one, to sexual tortures, which included plucking their pubic hairs one by one, shoving glass rods up their penises and then crushing them, and shoving large bullet-like objects in victims’ rectums. A sheet of plastic was placed under the plywood torture board to catch the excreta, blood and vomit that would invariably be discharged during the abuse, and the radio would be cranked up full blast to drown out the victim’s screams. Occasionally he’d castrate his victims, often their severed genitals would be buried next to the bodies in small plastic bags. At least one boy’s corpse was found with his penis gnawed nearly in two. He was shot and killed by a teenage accomplice, who he had paid $200 per head to procure victims, in 1973.

In November of 2009, 17-year-old Andrew Conley showed no remorse when he confessed to police that he killed his 10-year-old brother Connor. He also told the police that he took his cues from the serial killer TV show Dexter.
“I just feel like him,” he told police, referring to the TV show’s main character.

The murder occurred when the two boys were left home alone on Saturday night at their residence in Ohio County. Andrew told police he placed his younger brother in a headlock until he lost consciousness. He then proceeded to continually choke his brother over a twenty minute period until he was spewing blood from his mouth and nose.

Andrew then told police without any emotion in his confession that he taped a plastic bag over his brothers head, dragged him down the stairs by his feet and proceeded to smash his head several times into the ground and then placed him in a trunk which was later found in a local park on Sunday night.

After killing his brother he headed over to his girlfriends house, presented her with a “sweetheart” ring and hung out. She described him as “happier than he’d been in a while.”

He was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Kroll was a German serial killer and cannibal. He was known as the Ruhr Cannibal (Ruhrkannibale), and the Duisburg Man-Eater (Duisburger Menschenfresser). He was convicted of eight murders but confessed to a total of 13.
On July 3, 1976, Kroll was arrested for kidnapping and killing a four-year-old girl named Marion Ketter. As police went from home to home, a neighbor approached a policeman and told him that the waste-pipe in his apartment building had blocked up, and when he had asked his neighbor, Kroll, whether he knew what had been blocking the pipe, Kroll had simply replied; “Guts”. Upon this report, the police went up to Kroll’s apartment and found the body of the Ketter girl cut up: some parts were in the fridge, a hand was cooking in a pan of boiling water and the intestines were found stuck in the waste-pipe.

Kroll said that he often sliced portions of flesh from his victims to cook and eat them, claiming that he did this to save on his grocery bills. In custody, he believed that he was going to get a simple operation to cure him of his homicidal urges and would then be released from prison. Instead he was charged with eight murders and one attempted murder. In April 1982, after a 151-day trial, he was convicted on all counts and was given nine life sentences.

He died of a heart attack in 1991 in the prison of Rheinbach, near Bonn.

Lake Bodom murders
The Lake Bodom murders were an infamous multiple homicide that took place in Finland in 1960. Lake Bodom is a lake by the city of Espoo, about 22 kilometres west of the country’s capital, Helsinki. In the early hours of June 5, 1960, four teenagers were camping on the shores of Lake Bodom. Between 4AM and 6AM, an unknown person or persons murdered three of them with a knife and blunt instrument wounding the fourth. The victims were two 15 year old girls and an 18 year old boy. The only survivor, Nils Wilhelm Gustafsson, 18 at the time, sustained concussion, fractures to the jaw and facial bones and bruises to the face.

No one was charged for the murders at the time. Some years later – between June 3 and 6, 1972 (approximately the twelfth anniversary of the killings) – a man announced in his suicide note that he was the Lake Bodom murderer. On the day of the murders he was working in a kiosk near the lake and had sold lemonade to the victims. He was generally known to have hard feelings about campers. However, a police investigation disproved his claims and found an alibi for the man.

In late March 2004, almost 45 years after the event, Nils Gustafsson was arrested by the police on suspicion of having murdered his three friends. In early 2005, the Finnish National Bureau of Investigation declared the case was solved based on some new analysis on the blood stains. According to the official statement, Gustafsson erupted in jealous anger over his feelings for Björklund, his new girlfriend. She was stabbed multiple times after the fatal blow, while the two other teenagers were killed less savagely. Gustafsson’s own injuries, while notable, were less severe.

Gustafsson went to trial, and the defense argued that the murders were the work of one or more outsiders and that Gustafsson would have been incapable of killing three people given the extent of his injuries. He was acquitted of all charges. The murders remain a mystery.

May 27, 1969, Darwin Orell Scott was found hacked to death in his Ashland, Kentucky apartment. He was stabbed nineteen times and pinned to the floor with a butcher knife. Scott was the brother of Manson’s biological father.
It was established that Manson was in California on the day of Scott’s murder. Manson provided an alibi himself when he mailed a letter to his Parole Officer that same day stating that he was heading from Death Valley back to Spahn Ranch.

So, was this an intentional alibi? Was it written prior to the murder and mailed on that day by someone else?

To make things even more suspicious Manson phoned his Parole Officer May 22, 1969 telling them that he is going to tour Texas with The Beach Boys, which was a lie.

If that isn’t enough, Spring 1969 a motorcycle-riding man who called himself “Preacher” was in Ashland, Kentucky with a gang of girls. It was reported that the locals became fed up with them after offering local teens LSD and setting up commune in an old farm house. The farm house was burnt down and the gang kicked out of Ashland.

Could they have been The Manson Family? The murder victim was Manson’s uncle, with the Family’s signature multiple stab wounds.

“Preacher” may have also been Bruce Davis, who was native of that area of the South. He was from Roane County, Tennessee— 5 hours away on Interstate 75. Patricia Krenwinkle’s mother lived in Alabama and visited her at least twice from 1967 - 1969 when the Family took Southern trips.

It’s something to think about, however Manson’s involvement has been long since ruled out, but some people still believe there’s too much coincidence. I, myself, do not believe he or the Family had anything to do with it.

Indirect suicide is the act of setting out on an obviously fatal course without directly committing the act upon oneself. Indirect suicide is differentiated from legally defined suicide by the fact that the actor does not pull the figurative (or literal) trigger. Examples of indirect suicide include a soldier enlisting in the army with the express intention and expectation of being killed in combat. Another example would be provoking an armed officer into using lethal force against them. This is generally called “suicide by cop”. In some instances the subject commits a capital crime in hope of being sentenced to death. This state-assisted suicide was extremely popular in Enlightenment Era Scandinavia, where law and religion forbade suicide.Today, this type of suicide is relatively rare.

Oldcroghan Man
350-175 B.C.
Found in County Offaly, Ireland in 2003
Oldcroghan Man fits the classic profile of an Iron Age bog body. He died a gruesome death, suffering repeated cuts and stabs before he was dismembered. Experts debate whether he was a sacrifice to the gods, a criminal being punished, or perhaps both. His torso, the only part of him recovered, reveals that he was exceptionally tall for his time, standing roughly 6’ 6”.

Unlike real necrophilia, this is actually legal. One partner remains quiet and still, while the other has sex with him/her. For added realism, the “pseudo-dead” partner can lay in cold water for a while before the act.

Tattooed human skin, part of a medical oddity collection held at The Medical Pathology Museum of Tokyo University in Japan. Dr. Masaichi Fukushi was a pathologist, interested in the art of Japanese tattooing. Fukushi would perform autopsies on donated cadavers and remove just the skin. He created methods of treatment to preserve the skin and kept them stretched in a glass frame, essentially like a leather.

Things found in Ed Geins house.
Skin fashioned as a lampshade, and also used to upholster a chair
Breasts used as cup holders
Human skullcaps, used as soupbowls
A human heart, in dispute, some say in a paper bag while some say in a saucepan.
A chandelier of severed penises
A scrotum doorknocker
A Christmas tree adorned with testicles
Skin from the face of Mary Hogan a local tavern owner in a paper bag
A window shade pull made of human lips
A vest crafted from the skin of a women's torso
A belt made from several human nipples
Socks made from human flesh
A sheath made from human skin
A box of preserved vulvas that Gein admitted to wearing
An array of shrunken heads

This man appeared badly burned, but he died from a reaction to an antibiotic. This reaction, called “toxic epidermal necrolysis”, could be mistaken for a thermal injury if the history is not known.

Vill St Marie
The story goes that the family that lived here was radically religious. The wife was secretly sleeping around with a local priest. She became pregnant. To keep it a secret, she drowned the baby in a pond after it was born. In 1960 she was arrested for murder. The house was abandoned in 1976. The newspaper from that day is still sitting on the kitchen table.

When I see a pretty girl walking down the street, one part of me wants to take her out, talk to her, be real nice and sweet, treat her right. The other part of me wonders how her head would look on a stick.
Ed Gein (The Butcher of Plainfield)
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