19 May 2014
11 February 2013
Sorry for being away for so long i was busy with work. I am having a new blog- The Dark Realities which I made to replace the "The Dark Stories" blog. I received a note from google that my blog is included in a list that will be soon deleted due to its adult content. As a result, I made a new blog only accessible by members, theres a minimum annual fee to be collected to access the new blog. You will not be disappointed because most of the stuffs there are exclusives. I will still post here and at dark stories from time to time. Hope to see you in my new blog. Check The Dark Stories for details.
08 January 2012
05 January 2012
Beaten black and Blue by Gaitan's supporters
Mob dragging Roa's fully naked corpse, I made this screen cap from a vid.
Inset is Roa's pic
03 January 2012
I've read about Sandanista movement in Chile executing there prisnoer in the nude but there's no proof that it really happen. The case of Dietrich however is true.
02 January 2012
Prisoner of war
John McCain's capture and subsequent imprisonment began on October 26, 1967. He was flying his 23rd bombing mission over North Vietnam when his A-4E Skyhawk was shot down by a missile over Hanoi. McCain fractured both arms and a leg ejecting from the aircraft, and nearly drowned when he parachuted into Truc Bach Lake Some North Vietnamese pulled him ashore, then others crushed his shoulder with a rifle butt and bayoneted him. McCain was then transported to Hanoi's main Hoa Lo Prison, nicknamed the "Hanoi Hilton".
After his capture at the Hanoi Hilton
McCain being pulled from a lake where he parachuted down.. the same people save him from probable drowning.. were also his enemy. They didnt save his life because its the right way, the saved him to punish him for his crimes. Later the same people stripped him naked and beat him.
Excerpt from a book
A rifle butt smashed his shoulder, a bayonet entered his ankle, another one entered his groin.. Stripped naked he was lying on the ground, when a woman, possibly a nurse, fought her way to tha front of the melee and applied sprints to his damaged limbs. As, the truck came to take McCain away, she held a cup of tea to his lips. These were the last kind of gestures he would know for sometime to come. The scene of his capture, recorded by photographers, would make frontpage news back in the United States. He was take to the notorious Hanoi Hilton.
B29 Bomber- 42-65226
Below is the missing link I was looking for several years.
677th Squadron - 444th Group - 58th Wing -20th Air Bomber Command
11 Jan 1945. 42-65226
The B29 Bomber designated as serial number 42-65226 flying out of Dudhkundi, India was scheduled for a combat mission over Singapore, Malaya. The regular engineer for the mission was temporary at rest camp, and 1st LT Charles Vail was assigned to take his place. Two minutes prior to acquisition of the target during the bombing run, the plane was hit with Flak, and it exploded. Some of the crew were expelled from the plane, some bailed, and some were unable to bail out in time. All had the misfortune of landing almost on their intended target.
Three men died in the crash. SGT Wolk and SGT Vail died in the crash, and were identified at the scene. Another unidentified, was probably TSGT Holt, because of a Minnesota sports article found with the remains.
SSGT Ellis and SSGT Gumbert were the left and right gunners. They survived the initial explosion and subsequent crash. However, SSGT Gumbert's injuries were severe and his remains were found near the wreckage.
MAJ Wilson, LT Fitzgerald, 1st LT Heiss, and 1st LT Yowell survived the explosion of the plane, and were gathered together by Chinese guerrillas the night of 11 Jan 1945.
1st LT Yowell and 1st LT Heiss were separated from MAJ Wilson and LT Fitzgerald because the latter were injured and had to be carried by stretcher. The Chinese guerrillas would later report that Yowell and Heiss were unsuccessful crossing the road near a Japanese guard post.
LT Fitzgerald and MAJ Wilson were later reunited with SSGT Roberts who also had survived and been found by the Chinese guerrillas and they were all extricated by a British submarine.
SSGT Ellis, 1st LT Osterdahl, 1st LT Yowell and 1st LT Heiss were all captured on or about 12 Jan 1945, taken to Seletar Singapore, where they were interrogated by Lieutenant Commander Okamoto Tonshio, Engineer Staff Officer of the 10th Special Base Unit. The prisoners were confined in a wooden hut near the Naval Club at Seletar and were guarded by the men of the Land Deputy Command under OC Lt Yamaguchi Wataru which was a part of the 10th Special Base unit. For a period of about a week, the four prisoners were tortured.
SSGT Ellis had been captured as his parachute brought him to earth. He was beaten severely in public, and paraded through the streets once taken to Singapore. He shouted "Good for me and bad for you!" while he was beaten.
On the evening of 10, Feb. 1945, a party headed by Sub-Lieutenant Koayashi and Warrant Officer Toyama took the four prisoners to Nee Soon rifle range where they were beheaded. The bodies were initially buried, but were later dug up and cremated to hide the evidence of the war crimes. Lieutenant Commander Okamoto issued additional instructions for all his subordinates to keep quiet about the incident.
The unfortunate crewmen were;
Ellis, Samuel B., Jr (S/Sgt) - Left Gunner
Osterdahl, Carrol N. (1st Lt) - Navigator
Heiss, Edward (1st Lt) - Bombardier
Yowell, Robert W. (1st Lt) - Radar Operator
1st Lt Edward Heiss
Barbosa, accused of being one of the main perpetrators of these bloody events, took command of the divisions gathered in Santiago and Valparaiso (8,000 men) to address Congressman revolutionary army of 9,000 troops. The decisive battle took place in Concón (20 km north of Valparaiso) on August 21, 1891. Barbosa and the government army were completely crushed, falling back to Valparaiso to defend this port city, while the revolutionary army of Congress, their numbers increased with many deserters from government forces, moved to the outskirts of this city in the east.
Barbosa, complicated by the defeat of Concón and a worsening of diabetes, was unable to effectively lead his troops in the final battle of the Placilla ( August 28 of 1891 ), fought on the outskirts of Valparaiso. After a struggle, the government army was totally defeated, fleeing his remains to the port.
Barbosa, helpless before the collapse of his army and seeing all was lost, tried to withdraw to the city, but was cornered by a group of cavalry congressman and brutally murdered along with his bodyguards. His body, stripped naked by his enemies, was sent to Valparaiso along with Brigadier General José Miguel Alcerreca also killed by the Congress.It is noteworthy that the corpse of Commander in Chief of the Chilean army, hero of the Pacific War, Orozimbo Barbosa, was dragged naked (after the Battle of Chile's low Placilla where more than 10,000 lives) by the "Prussian black hair" through the streets of Valparaiso. Hasta el día de Hoy no se sabe el paradero de su cuerpo. To this day no one knows the whereabouts of his body.
13 December 2011
The Moravians capture a Colonel Crawford and Dr. Knight in June of 1782. They strip Crawford naked and tie him to a stake surrounded by kindling about 5 yards out from the stake. He spends the night in this position with full knowledge that he is to be tortured the next day.
At the beginning of his ceremonious torture the chief speaks for over half an hour and is then followed by triumphant screaming upon the ending to his speech by the tribe. All the men and at least half the women crowd around the colonel with flintlock rifles loaded with extra-large loads of powder only. The closest were within a few feet when they shot at him in turn.
The grains of powder, saltpeter still burning, peppered his skin, some of it puncturing and continuing to burn just beneath the skin. Crawford screamed until he was hoarse and then only a kind of whimpering grunt issued from him. More than seventy powder charges had struck him everywhere from feet to neck, but the greater majority had been aimed at his groin, and when they were finished the end of his penis was black and shredded and still smoking.
The crowd thinned momentarily as the guns were returned to the wegiwas, but as soon as all the Indians had reassembled, Chief Pipe stepped up to Crawford and with two swift movements sliced off his ears. From where he sat watching in horror, fifty feet away, Dr. Knight could see blood flowing down both sides of Crawford’s head, bathing his shoulders, back and chest.
Now came squaws with flaming brands and they lighted the kindling all the way around the circle, igniting the material every foot or so until the entire circle was ablaze. The poles quickly caught fire on their tips and the heat became intense, causing the closest spectators to fall back. A peculiar, hair raising animal sound now erupted from Crawford. He ran around the post in a frenzy, finally falling to the ground and wrapping his body around the stake. After the better part of an hour the fire died down, leaving a fanned out ring of long poles, each with one end a glowing spike.
Crawford’s back buttocks and the skin on the back of his thighs had blistered and burst and then curled up into little charred crisps. The animal sounds were fainter now.
In groups of four the Indians now began taking turns at a new torture. Each of the four would select a pole and jab the glowing end onto Crawford’s skin where they thought it would give most pain. Dr. Knight thought Crawford near death by now, but was amazed to see the officer scramble to his feet and begin stumbling about the stake, attempting to avoid the glowing ends which hissed and smoked wherever they touched him. One of the points was thrust at his face and as he jerked to avoid it he ran into another which contacted his open eye, and a fearful shriek erupted from him.
When the poles had all been used and tossed on a pile to one side, some of the squaws came up with broad boards and scooped up piles of glowing embers to throw at him until soon he had nothing to walk upon but coals of fire and hot ashes.
“Girty! Girty! Where are you?” (Girty was a white man that Crawford had known who lived with the Indian tribe. He had initially asked Girty for help to get out of the torture. Although he tried there was nothing that Girty could do to help without risking his own life.) These were the first coherent words Crawford had spoken since before the guns were fired. “Girty, in the name of Christ, kill me! Shoot me. Oh my God, Girty, kill me!”
Chief Pipe, hearing Girty’s name, shot the renegade a stern glare and Girty neither moved nor replied to Crawford’s plea, knowing he was closer to the stake now himself than he had ever thought to be. Most of the Indians did not understand what Crawford was saying, but the beseeching tone of voice pleased them and they clapped their hands and shouted aloud in triumph at having forced the white chief into this outburst.
When there was no answer to his cries, Crawford began a shuffling walk round and round the stake as if in a trance, scarcely flinching as he stepped on the hot coals. Finally he stopped and slowly raised his head and his voice came out surprisingly loud and clear.
“Almighty God, be with me now. Have mercy upon me God. I pray you to end this suffering so that I might be with you where there is no pain and suffering. Oh God, dear God, help me!”
Once more he began the same shuffling walk until at last, two full hours after having been prodded with the glowing poles, he fell on his stomach and lay silent. At once Chief Pipe stepped over the ring of ashes and cut a deep circle on the top of Crawford’s head with his knife, wrapped the long dark hair around his hand and yanked hard. The pop as the scalp pulled off was clearly audible to Girty and Dr. Knight.
(The chief makes a spectacle by rubbing the scalp in Dr. Knight’s face until a murmur arises from the crowd behind him.)
A squaw had entered the circle of ashes with a board heaped full of brightly glowing coals, and these she scattered on Crawford’s back and held them with the board against the officer’s bare skull. The murmur that had arisen was occasioned by what seemed wholly unbelievable: Crawford groaned faintly and rolled over and then slowly, ever so slowly, drew up his knees and raised himself to a kneeling position. For perhaps two minutes he stayed like this and then he placed one foot on the ground and stood erect again, beginning anew that queer shuffling walk. A few squaws touched burning sticks to him but he seemed insensitive to them, no longer even attempting to pull away. It was the most appalling sight Dr. Knight had ever witnessed and unable to control himself any longer, he suddenly vomited and then screamed at his captors, cursing them and calling them murderers and fiends and devils, blaming Girty more than anyone else.
(The chief then orders the squaws to build another fire.)
When the fire reached its peak, two warriors cut the rawhide cord that bound the still shuffling Crawford and, one on each side, let him shuffle toward the fire. When the heat became too intense for them to advance closer, they thrust him from them and he sprawled onto the blaze. His legs jerked a few times and one arm flailed out but then, as skin and flesh blackened, living motion stopped and all that remained was a gradual drawing of arms and legs close to the body in the pugilistic posture characteristic in persons burned to death.
So ended the life of Colonel William Crawford.
bring back heads or some other bodily part to prove how many
enemies were killed. Sometimes the bodily part would be a scalp,
hand, foot, or ear. But when Saul offered his daughter to David
in exchange for killing one hundred Philistines, the bodily part
he required was none of these. The part Saul required was the
David was to bring back one hundred Philistine "foreskins"
(1 Samuel 18:25). Bergmann, Gesemus, and other scholars have
pointed out that the word translated "foreskins" includes the
entire male member: "basr ha-ghurleh" meaning prepuced penis,
"basr" being euphemistic for the male organ itself and "ghurleh"
being the "sheath" thereof.
"Phallotomy" - cutting off the penises of victims - had long been
considered proof of bravery. Egyptian soldiers exhibited
thousands of penises before Ramses III following the battle of
Khesef-Tamahu. Among the people of Mowat a victor in battle would
wear about him the penis of his conquered enemy; it was
considered good luck to do so. The women of Cush cut off the
penises of wounded or slain men and stuffed them in the mouths of
their enemies. The nomad Danakil who roamed the eastern desert of
Ethiopia were fanatical collectors of phallic trophies. The
Hittites and Arabs did the same. An old Bedouin custom required a
warrior to present his bride or her father with the severed
penises of tribal foes.
It is not a pretty picture. David gets some men together and
heads out toward a Philistine settlement. Coming through the
hills, up ahead they see a group of Philistines - apparently
unable to defend themselves - for none of David's men are killed.
As they move in, a couple men grab a Philistine while David
shoves his sword into his stomach. The man cries for mercy; none
is given. David rips the man's clothes open and grabs his penis,
pulls on it, and cuts it off for his collection. He will need at
least one hundred of these to buy his woman.
Saul had asked for one hundred "foreskins," but we read that
David "slew of the Philistines two hundred men; and David brought
their foreskins, and they gave them in full tale to the
king" (1 Samuel 18:27). In the excitement did David kill twice as
many as required? Possibly; but usually the number two hundred is
considered a copyist error. Tke other verses that mention the
number all say one hundred (1 Samuel 18:25; 2 3:14).
Whether one hundred or two hundred, these severed penises
were presented to Saul "in full tale," that is, the full count or
tally. One can imagine the scene as Saul and others with glee
counted - 1,2,3,4, and on up to the full count.
Years later, when king Saul was wounded in battle, he asked
his armor bearer to kill him "lest these uncircumcised come and
abuse me " (1 Chronicles 10:4). He may have feared genital
amputation (in retaliation for what he had ordered David to do to
Philistines), or homosexual rape, the word translated "abuse"
being capable of meaning to thrust in.
It was, apparently, sexual abuse that was also feared by
king Zedekiah when he told Jeremiah: "I am afraid of the Jews
that are fallen to the Chaldeans, lest they deliver me into their
hand, and they mock me" (Jeremiah 38:19). The word that is here.
translated "mock" is the same word that is translated "abuse" in
the case of Saul.
13 October 2011
The beheaded body of an unidentified man was found at a Kali temple in a village about five km away from the university town of Visva-Bharati in Birbhum district on Thursday morning.
The man was apparently beheaded on the new moon night of Wednesday, the last night of the Bengali year.
The police have detained a local liquor-seller Lalmohan Hansda, as the sniffer dog stopped in front of his house. The priest of the temple found the naked body of the victim, a few feet away from the sacrificial alter. The head was lying about 25 feet away.
The police claimed to have discovered marks of injury on the head. Although district police chief Rabindranath Mukherjee said, “There are indications that it’s a planned murder”, villagers insisted since the head was severed cleanly, it indicated human sacrifice.
09 July 2011
He got the beating of his life..
Thief being paraded on the streets with rope around his neck.
Chinese thief stripped of his clothes by angry mob.
" I am a thief" well this is the standard punishment worldwide.
Forced to bite the shoe he stole from a store and dragged around the streets.
I think they do deserved it.. imagine people kill themselves working maybe 2-3 jobs just to make a living.. and these low life will just come from nowhere and steal those people's money and hard earned valuables. Old lynch mob is a bad ass!
27 January 2011
14 January 2011
22 August 2010
29 July 2010
25 July 2010
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16 May 2010
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01 March 2010
Billy Lynch left Dorchester 72 years ago, and they’re pretty sure they’ve finally found him, a long way from home, deep in the ground in China.
Staff Sergeant Billy Lynch was a Marine. He grew up on Victory Road, and if you go to the corner of Victory and Neponset Avenue, you’ll see the black street sign with the gold star that commemorates William Joseph Lynch Square. It is a place of honor for a Marine who disappeared 67 years ago.
He left Neponset for the Marines in 1937, right out of high school, and never came back. He was stationed in China when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, and then went to the Philippines and was there when the Japanese invaded. After the battle of Corregidor in 1942, the Japanese took him prisoner.
They beat him but couldn’t break him. As soon as he could run, Billy Lynch ran from the prison camp. The Japanese caught him and beat him again, worse, and then they put him on a “hell ship’’ to China, with no ventilation, no toilet, no water, no food. It was a death march at sea.
A lot of POWs died on the hell ships, but Billy Lynch wouldn’t give his captors the satisfaction. They stuck him in a prison camp called Mukden and he escaped again. Some of the local Chinese hid him, but a 6-foot white guy from Dorchester stood out in Manchuria, and the Japanese recaptured him.
They beat him again, and there would be no third escape for Billy Lynch. He was sent to another camp, Port Arthur, now known by its Chinese name, Lushun. Billy Lynch’s captors tortured him, peeling the skin from his body before killing him, cutting him up, and stuffing his remains in a barrel that was sealed.
Some years ago, a Chinese historian named Yang Jing became intrigued with Prisoner No. 610, the only American POW never accounted for in China. He started digging, figuratively, looking for Billy Lynch.
Professor Yang found three elderly Chinese men who were slave laborers at Port Arthur and knew about the murder, dismemberment, and burial of Staff Sergeant Billy Lynch.
When Yang learned that Lynch was from Boston, he contacted John McColgan, the city’s archivist. McColgan knocked on every door on Victory Road but couldn’t find anyone who remembered the Lynches. McColgan asked Marie Daly, a genealogist at the New England Historic Genealogical Society, for help.
Daly, a detective in librarian’s clothing, found Lynch’s two nieces, Judy Armour in Bridgewater and Janet Sambuceti in Marshfield. Their DNA will prove, once and for all, whether Billy Lynch is in the ground in Manchuria.
Yesterday, a FedEx pilot named Ryan Bach and a former Marine from Norwell named Mark Voner walked around the spot in Lushun where they believe Billy Lynch’s bones rest. It’s getting too cold to dig, so the plan is to bring in an archeological team next spring.
Bach and Voner are part of a volunteer group called Moore’s Marauders, dedicated to finding American MIAs like Billy Lynch. Moore’s Marauders will send scientists over next spring.
Voner was badly wounded when the Marine barracks in Beirut was blown up in 1983, killing 241 Marines, soldiers, and sailors.
“It’s fitting that there is a Marine there right now, looking for the last Marine in China,’’ said Fred Sullivan, one of the Dorchester residents who support the cause of finding Billy Lynch. “We had to raise $25,000 to pay for the search, but it’s worth every penny. Billy Lynch should come home.’’
If, as they believe, their dig next spring yields Billy Lynch’s bones, he will come home, finally, first to St. Ann’s Church, where he made his First Communion, then on to Arlington National Cemetery.
“He deserves to be home,’’ Judy Armour said of the uncle she never met and never forgot. “That’s why he kept escaping. He kept trying, no matter what they did to him. He wanted to come home.’’
20 February 2010
18 December 2009
Ito'y matapos inamin ng suspek na si Jovencio Toyor ng Naawan, Misamis Oriental na lihim nitong pinakain ang kanyang pamilya ng karne ng 16-anyos na si Rey Gadule na kanyang kinatay.
Sa panayam ng Bombo Radyo Cagayan De Oro kay Insp. Carlos Oliveros, hepe ng Naawan Police Station, sinabi nito na inamin ni Toyor na hindi lamang ang kanyang mga kaibigan ang nakakain ng laman ng tao ngunit maging ang kanyang pamilya.
Dagdag pa ni Oliveros, matapos tinaga at kinatay ni Toyor ang biktima, kumuha pa ito ng laman sa may tadyang at dinala sa bahay para lutuin sa hapunan.
Ito umano ang inulam ng kanyang asawa at tatlong anak sa hapunan.
Sa ngayon nasampahan na ng kaso ang suspek na si Jovencio Toyor ang tatlo nitong kasamahan sa pagkatay sa biktima na sina Arante Maravilas, Jojo Candar at Jong Candar.
PINAGTATAGA hanggang mapatay saka ginawang kilawin at pinulutan ang isang 16-anyos binatilyo ng ama ng kanyang kaaway at tatlo pang kainuman sa Misamis Oriental kamakalawa.
Natagpuan ng mga awtoridad ang bangkay ni Rey Dadoles sa madamong bahagi ng Bgy. Mat-I sa bayan ng Naawan.
Nadiskobreng may 22 taga sa iba’t ibang bahagi ng katawan ng biktima at laplap ang laman sa kanyang tagiliran habang nawawala ang iba pang mga parte.
Arestado naman ng mga awtoridad ang pangunahing salarin na si Jovencio Tuyor at tatlo pang kasabwat na hindi na tinukoy ang pagkakakilanlan.
Inamin ni Tuyor na pinatay nila si Dadoles at ginawang kilawin ang ilang bahagi ng katawan upang ipaghiganti ang anak na binugbog ng biktima.
Inihahanda na ng mga awtoridad ang pagsasampa ng kasong murder laban sa mga salarin.