Eerily Beautiful Vintage Crime Scene Photos

July 31, 2016 rehadlock 1

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60 Vintage Crime Scene Photos Shot with an Overhead Tripod

July 29, 2016 rehadlock 1

  Follow @PostMortem_Post on Twitter and Like us on Facebook! If you enjoyed this article, you might also like Eerily Beautiful Vintage Crime Scene Photos, Life Before Death: Overcoming the Fear of Death Through Modern Postmortem Photography, The Genesee Hotel Suicide, The Most Beautiful Suicide, Photographs of Turn-of-the-Century Medical Dissections, NSFW: Shocking Vintage Photos of Death by Autoerotic Asphyxiation and Bizarre Sexual Fetishes, Fascinating Postmortem Photography From the Early 1900s and Postmortem Family Photos: The Keller Family  

Series of Photographs Depicting the Act of Seppuku During WWII

July 28, 2016 rehadlock 0

Seppuku, “belly-cutting”, is a form of ritual suicide by disembowelment. Originally, it was exclusively carried out by Japanese samurai. The act of seppuku was used as a way to die voluntarily with honor rather than by the hand of the enemy. Additionally, it was used as a form of atonement for those who had brought great shame upon themselves and their family. Sometimes the act of seppuku was ordered to be carried out as capital punishment for samurai who had committed a major offense.  This series of photos from World War II depicts a Japanese officer in the act of […]

Fascinating Postmortem Photography from the Early 1900s

July 27, 2016 rehadlock 1

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NSFW: Shocking Vintage Photos of Death by Autoerotic Asphyxiation and Bizarre Sexual Fetishes

July 26, 2016 rehadlock 0

WARNING: THE FOLLOWING PHOTOS ARE EXTREMELY GRAPHIC; THEY DEPICT DEATH AND ARE OF AN INTENSE SEXUAL NATURE. VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED. Follow @PostMortem_Post on Twitter and Like us on Facebook! If you enjoyed this article, you might also like 31 More Vintage Halloween Photos to Give You Nightmares, Everybody Poops: The Postmortem Edition, Possible Relatives: Photos from Inside the Homes of the Recently Deceased, Over 300 Killed in Mass Human Entanglement, Photos of Turn-of-the-Century Medical Dissections, Postmortem Family Photos: The Keller Family, Painted in Artist’s Blood Before Suicide, Mother Murders All Four Children in Bizarre Hanging, Scientist Hangs Himself to Research […]

Photographs of Turn-of-the-Century Medical Dissections

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Teenager Looking For Water Pokemon Finds Water-Logged Body

July 15, 2016 rehadlock 0

“I was trying to get a water Pokemon.”, explained nineteen-year-old Shayla Wiggins who discovered a man’s corpse lying face-down in a river near her home. Shayla woke up early on the morning of Friday, July 8th to play PokemonGo, a new app which projects Pokemon characters onto the player’s real-life surroundings.  Shayla hopped over a fence near Highway 789 Bridge in Big Wind River, Wyoming in an attempt to reach the river where special characters which can be found near natural water sources would become available. The teenager confessed, “I probably would have never went down there if it weren’t […]

Dead Bread: Artist Kittiwat Unarrom’s Grotesque Baked Goods

July 13, 2016 rehadlock 0

In 2006, Kittiwat Unarrom began baking bread in the shape of human body parts to attract customers into his father’s family-run bakery located in a small village 65 miles (105 km) east of Bankok, Thailand. Kittiwat, who learned the family business at the age of ten never intended to sell his grotesque loafs commercially. “The first series was edible, but they were not delicious.”, admitted Kittiwat who has since improved his recipe. Over the past decade, Unarrom has learned to utilize nuts, raisins, and glazes to make his edible works of art more delicious and visually disgusting. Every head, hand, foot, internal organ and […]

Artist Byron Taylor Causes Controversy in Conservative Arkansas with “Offensive” Painting

May 2, 2016 rehadlock 1

Recently, the work of artist Byron Taylor has caused quite a bit controversy in conservative Little Rock, Arkansas; His piece entitled Legacy II was removed from The Arkansas League of Artists’ Spring Show at The Cox Center due to its graphic nature. The piece, according to Taylor’s website is a statement on the “endless persecution of Planned Parenthood and local efforts to further legislate abortion and women’s health”. Byron Taylor received a call on April 2nd, after Legacy II was selected to be displayed in the Spring Show; Sharon Franke, Secretary of the Arkansas League of Artists and Chairman of […]

Sister Smile is Dead: The Singing Nun’s Double-Suicide

April 29, 2016 rehadlock 0

    Jeanne-Paule “Jeanine” Marie Deckers, famously known as ‘The Singing Nun’, was born in Belgium on October 17, 1933. Her parents owned a bakery in Brussels and hoped Jeanine would one day take over the family business. Instead, she enrolled in art school in Paris which she attended only briefly; After a nervous breakdown prompted by a failed engagement, Jeanine dropped out of school and joined the Dominican Fichermont Convent near Waterloo in 1959 at the age of twenty-six. There, she made a vow of poverty and took the name ‘Sister Luc-Gabrielle’. For the first time Jeanine Deckers, who had had a self-described […]

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