horror web

Most disturbing things on the deep web:

1.) Human Experiments- 

The people who run this particular page on the dark web believe that not all humans are equal and to prove their point they kidnap homeless people or get volunteers (yes, really) and do illegal and extremely painful experiments on them. Experiments range from starvation and water/fluid restriction to exposing infants to harmful radiation.

2.) Cannibal Cafe

This website, now banned by the German government, was used by literal cannibals: They would log onto the forum known as the Cannibal Cafe and share their fantasies, cooking tips, and even arrange to meet up for a meal. That’s what happened when Bernd Jürgen Armando Brandes, an engineer from Berlin responded to an advertisement written by Armin Meiwes, a computer technician with cannibalistic tendencies. The advert read “Looking for a well-built 18- to 30-year-old to be slaughtered and then consumed.” The pair met up and played out their fantasy, resulting in the discovery of the forum and the arrests of dozens of real-life cannibals.

3.) Pilots’ last words:

Someone somewhere has gone to the effort of finding the last words of pilots before their plane crashed. The words would have been recorded on the black box of the aircraft and the owner of the website would have had to go through high-security records to find them. The morbid website is updated frequently.

4.) Human Leather:

Just when you thought it couldn’t get any weirder. This company is dedicated to making leather made from real human skin. Their ideas were clearly too creepy for the mainstream web, so they have taken to the deep web to advertise their products.

5.) Hire a hitman:

Hitmen seem a thing of spy movies, but for a couple of grand you can hire one thanks to this website known as the Hitman Network. These assassins seem to have morals though, as they refuse to kill children or any major politicians.

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Leonardo Stonewell is a nowhere man set to living his life on the outskirts of civilization, until one morning, he discovers a body floating in the bogs behind his home, it’s face a blank slate. Cue other equally terrifying events happening to the small town of Blackpool, from a mysterious shadow that follows in his foot steps to his ex-best friend suddenly dropping teeth like it’s going out of style. 

TEETHING is a horror webcomic that is currently underway, featuring the spectacular work of @kotsukotsu. It’s a story that follows two boys who partake on a road trip to uncover the truth behind the horrific events plaguing their lives. This includes but is not limited to: swamp lands, science fiction taking place outside of the United States, growing pains, tons of teeth (mostly outside the mouth), glam rock bands of the 80s, adult themes and the constant nagging feeling that shit isn’t alright. 

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