web analytics
18+.

Some of the Most Awfully Painful Methods of Execution

Images added on: 08/04/2013 16:50:00 by Klisa
1
Bestiarii- Fed to Animals

Among Ancient Romans bestiarii were those who went into combat with beasts, or were forcefully exposed to the beasts. While some people were condemned to death via the beasts others faced them voluntarily for pay or glory. The accused struggles against blood-thirsty beasts but if somehow manages to subdue one animal, new animals were set on him until the sky is shattered by his screams for mercy.
2
Brazen Bull

An ancient Greek, Perilaus devised a “human oven” in the shaped from brass to resemble a bull that would be heated by fire to literally roast the man inside. The Brazen Bull was all the more demonic because it would twist the screams of its victims to sound like the bellowing of an angry bull. Perilaus himself was the first to make the bull bawl having tricked into its stomach by King Phalaris for describing the contraption’s auditory ability as the tenderest, most pathetic, most melodious of bellowings.
3
Breaking Wheel

Breaking wheel was a torture device used for capital punishment in the Middle Ages and early modern times for public execution by cudgelling to death. Formerly in use in France, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Romania, Russia, the US, and other countries, used the wheel that was typically a large wooden wagon wheel with many radial spokes. In some cases the condemned were lashed to the wheel and beaten with a club or iron cudgel with the gaps in the wheel allowing the cudgel to break through.
4
Burnt At The Stake

The exact period when burning at stake was first used in Britain is not known but there is a recorded burning for heresy in 1222 when a deacon of the church was burnt at Oxford for embracing the Jewish faith so he could marry a Jew.

Burning at the stake in public was used in England and Wales to punish heresy for both men and women Men who were convicted of high treason were hanged, drawn and quartered but this was not deemed acceptable for women as it would have involved nudity.
5
Crucifixion

Crucifixion is an ancient method of painful execution in which the condemned person is tied or nailed to a large wooden cross and left to hang until dead. The executed are crucified in the nude and forced to piss and defecate all over themselves publicly. Jesus Christ as you all know is the most famous victim of crucifixion. Also, Saint Peter was crucified but upside down.
6
Death by Spanish Donkey

In this form of execution a device which consisted of a main board cut with a wedge at the top was fastened to two cross-beams. The naked victim was placed astride the main board as if riding a donkey and various numbers of weights were attached to his/her feet. On occasion, the wedge would slice entirely through the victim as a result of the immense weight attached to his or her feet.
7
Death by Stoning

Stoning is arguably the world’s oldest form of execution. In it the prisoner is buried either up to his waist (male) or up to her shoulders (female) and then pelted with stones by a crowd of volunteers until battered to death. Under the terms of most fundamentalist courts, the stones must be small enough that death cannot reasonably be expected to result from only one or two blows but large enough to cause immense physical harm. The average execution by stoning is extremely painful, lasting at least 10 to 20 minutes.
8
Flaying

Flaying is a very old torture method that was used thousands of years ago in the Middle East, Africa and even America. During the Middle Ages, it was frequently used to torture and execute criminals, captured soldiers and witches. In one version, the victim’s arms were tied to a pole above his head while his feet were tied below. His body thereby completely exposed and the tortured with the help of a small knife, peeled off the victim’s skin slowly.
9
Flaying

Flaying is a very old torture method that was used thousands of years ago in the Middle East, Africa and even America. During the Middle Ages, it was frequently used to torture and execute criminals, captured soldiers and witches. In one version, the victim’s arms were tied to a pole above his head while his feet were tied below. His body thereby completely exposed and the tortured with the help of a small knife, peeled off the victim’s skin slowly.
10
Garrote

The garrote very common once but is no longer sanctioned by law in any country. Garrote is a device that strangles a person to death. It can also be used to break a person’s neck. Used initially in Spain until outlawed in 1978 with the abolition of the death penalty, Garrote consists of a seat in which the prisoner is restrained while the executioner tightens a metal band around his neck until he died. The last execution by garrote was José Luis Cerveto in October 1977.
11
Hanged, Drawn, and Quartered

From 1351 a penalty in England for men convicted of high treason, the execution of convicts by hanging drawing and quartering was practiced. Depending on the severity of the sentence against the seriousness of the crime, the convicts were fastened to a hurdle and drawn by horse to the place of execution, where they were hanged, emasculated, disemboweled, beheaded and quartered-chopped into four pieces. Not only this, their remains were displayed in prominent places across the country.
12
Necklacing

Necklacing is the practice of summary execution and torture carried out by forcing a rubber tire filled with petrol around a victim’s chest and arms and setting it on fire. The victim may take up to 20 minutes to die suffering severe burns in the process. The practice became a common method of lethal lynching during disturbances in South Africa in the 1980's and 1990's. The first instance took place in Uitenhage on 23 March 1985 when African National Congress supporters killed a councilor who was accused of being a collaborator.
13
Sawing

The execution by sawing was a method of execution used in Europe under the Roman Empire, in the Middle East and in parts of Asia. The condemned were hung upside-down and sawed apart vertically through the middle, starting at the groin. As the body was hung upside down, the brain received continuous supply of blood despite severe bleeding, thereby the convict was conscious until or after the saw severed the major blood vessels of the abdomen.
14
Scaphism
Scaphism also known as the boats was an ancient Persian method of execution designed to inflict torturous death. Those sentenced to scaphism were stripped naked and smothered in honey, thereafter they were shacked between two sandwiched rowboats while only the head, hands and feet were left protruding.

Later the accused were left with a stomach-twisting diarrhea. Chewing and stinging of insects brought insanity and the dehydration or starvation to bring death.
15
Slow slicing

Slow slicing, the lingering death or death by a thousand cuts was a form of execution used in China from roughly AD 900 until its abolition in 1905. In this form of execution, the condemned person was killed by using a knife to methodically remove portions of the body over an extended period of time.
16
Upright Jerker
The upright jerker was an execution method and device intermittently used in the United States during the 19th and early 20th century. In this method of execution, the condemned would be violently jerked into the air by means of a system of weights and pulleys. The objective of this execution method was to provide a swift death by breaking the condemned’s neck.
THINK THIS SUCKS BIN IT - THINK IT'S AWESOME FEATURE IT
Armenian drug dealer punished by citizens in Moscow
Gore, WTF, and Gross

Tags: painful awfully methods execution

Watch These Videos At Your Own Risk Strongest Possible Warning !

Got something to say about this - have your say below:


Kaotic.com are not responsible for any member comments. All members are responsible for their own comments and repeated violations of racial abuse, member bashing and other harmful comments may lead to the closure of your account. Please try to keep you comments on topic for the video or pictures you are viewing.

Write A Comment

Яндекс.Метрика