The old chain around the ankle. It's great. You bring the person to an isolated area, chain their ankle to a metal post and place a container of water near enough to be out of their reach and you walk away. Naturally you would leave a small handsaw behind. Go to Comment
I am interested in books that not only explain certain torture devices but tell you step by step on how to use them on ones' victem. No, I am not a serial killer just a musician looking 4 intence, subject matter to write about. Go to Comment
I have found that the best torture is one where the person is in no doubt about death being the outcome yet has the the chance to prolong it as long as possible. My best example is the hanging drowning. This is acomplished when someone is tied above a pool of water. Their hands are tied to the side of the body or behind their back. They are then suspended above the water so that the head will hang in the water. You then leave them to their fate or watch if you want. The idea is that they will try to hold themselves out of the water until they can no longer do so and drown becuase the body can no longer hold them out of the water or the give up and let themselves drown. Go to Comment
mourngymn said: "This needs a refreshing dose oI believe someone said: "This thread needs a refreshing dose of light. We need more techniques."
I just happened to have come across this site and see this plea for...evil
Here are a few methods of torture/execution
This one works best in a computer-like chair. The victim sits down, with their hands below and outside the armrests. Their hands are put through the armrests, and under their legs. Then they are handcuffed, leaning forwards uncomfortably. Next, their legs are pulled up to the underside of the chair, where their ankles are shackled. Three small-width collars are placed around their neck. The top and bottom ones are chained to the ankle shackles. The center one (with spikes in the back) is chained to the handcuffs. This allows the collar to tighten as necessary, letting the victim choose to apply pressure to the spikes at the back of their neck, or the collar at the front, which chokes them. Much like crucifixion, the victim oscillates between aspyxiation and extreme pain.
This one requires a lot more planning and technical ability, but has the potential to keep a victim in agony for quite a while. It consists of a small array of mirrors. The victim is put in a collar with spikes on the inside. The collar is chained to the post, with the victim standing. The mirrors reflect the sunlight at the victim, varying the angle of the mirrors to account for the sun's movement. This will result in a searing sunburn after just a few hours. The victim not only suffers the extreme pain of an intensified sunburn, but also sleep deprivation and the threat of future skin cancer. The human body can only survive a few weeks without sleep. As for the burns, I have just one unanswered question: is it possible to inflict a third degree sunburn?
A derivative of this would be to chain the victim to a post and have someone hold a concave mirror out in direct sunlight, reflecting the beam at them and searing away their flesh little by little. To kill the victim (which may or may not be the objective) the torturer would have to burn away a significant percentage of the victim's body mass. Since the beam would cauterize the wound instantly, blood loss would be minimal, and death would be slow.
And finally, here's a wicked one. Some exotic metals can be warped, then when reheated, return to their original size and shape. A short metal cylinder could be stretched to several times its original diameter, then applied to a finger or toe. When heated with a hair dryer, they return to their original shape and size...crushing whatever they are applied to. Eventually, the lack of blood flow to the constricted area will cause it to die and eventually decompose. Antibiotics could keep the victim alive, so they would not die from infection. A supply of 20 fingers and toes should keep the torturer busy for several months before having to start on the limbs.
f the light... we need more torture devices." Go to Comment