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"The rack is commonly considered the most painful form of medieval torture. It was a wooden frame usually above ground with two ropes fixed to the bottom and another two tied to a handle in the top.
The torturer turned the handle causing the ropes to pull the victim’s arms. Eventually, the victim’s bones were dislocated with a loud crack. If the torturer kept turning the handles, some of the limbs were torn apart, usually the arms.
This method was mostly used to extract confessions, as not confessing meant that the torturer could stretch more. Sometimes, torturers forced their victim to watch other people be tortured with this device to implant psychological fear.
Many knights from the Knights Templar were tortured with the rack. The limbs collected from this and other punishments of the time were “emptied by the hundreds”.
Sometime this method was limited to dislocating a few bones, but the torturer often went too far and rendered the legs or arms (sometimes both) useless. In the late Middle Ages, some new variants of this instrument appeared. They often had spikes that penetrated the victim’s back - as the limbs were pulled apart, so was his spinal cord increasing not only the physical pain, but the psychological one of being handicapped at best, too.”
Recently, my friend's sister was at my other friend's house, and everyone could feel the negativity comping off her when she was around. Also, there is a woman I know whose house (that I went to a few days ago) is very haunted, like shadows, weird energy, etc.
Today, my friend's mom got a weird message in her voicemail that sounded like an E.V.P.
I heard "daddy's alive, he's going through the worst," but they said they couldn't understand the first part and the second part was "is it technically for the worst?" The voice was no one any of us recognized, and wasn't very clear.
Could it have something to do with the stuff I was talking about in the first part of this question?
I’m not an expert or anything, but I think ghosts/spirits are possible and that they can often be attached to people (like your friend’s sister, in your case) or places (like the woman’s house).
As for the possible EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomenon), I don’t see why it couldn’t be related to the things you mentioned in the first part of your message. Anything is possible and I wouldn’t want to rule out the things that you’ve already experienced as not being related.
However, there are many explanations for EVP. Some people say it is just radio interference or the tendency of the human brain to find patterns, such as language, in things. Others say EVP are psychokinetic thoughts directly imprinted on an electronic medium, communications from spirits, from humans in alternate dimensions/universes or even from extraterrestrials.
You sound as if you are sensitive to energy. Maybe something or someone was trying to communicate with you?
Name: Steven Hicks, age 19 years. Location: Bath Township, June 1978. Method: Dahmer got Hicks drunk then hit him with a dumb-bell and finally strangled him. Disposal: After killing Steven he dismembered the body with a carving knife. He later pulverised the bones with a sledgehammer and scattered the bones around the property. The flesh was put into bags and buried in a crawlspace under the house. It wasn’t until three years later that police and forensics found the remains.
Name: Steven Tuomi, age 24 years. Location: Ambassador Hotel, 21 November 1987. Method: Got victim drunk, then smashed his chest in and attempted to rip out his heart. Disposal: In a panic he rushed out to the nearest store and bought a large trunk where he placed the dismembered carcass. He then took the body back to his grandmother’s house and put it in the basement where he could continue to cut it up. After doing so, he put the remains into a plastic bag and threw it out with the garbage. No remains were ever found of Steven Tuomi.
Name: James Doxtator, age 14 years old. Location: Dahmers grandmother’s house. West Allis, South of Milwaukee. Jan 16th 1988. Method: The victim was drugged then strangled. His flesh was removed from the bones with acid and the bones were pulverized. Disposal: Same as Steven Hicks.
Name: Richard Guerrero, age 23 years. Location: Dahmers grandmother’s house. March 24th 1988. Method: After having oral sex with the victim, he gave Richard a drink laced with sleeping pills, he then strangled him. Disposal: Dahmer dismembered the corpse and disposed of the remains in the garbage.
Name:Anthony Sears, age 26 years. Location: Dahmer’s grandmother’s house. March 25th 1989. Method: Strangled him before dismembering the corpse. He cut off his head and genitals to keep as trophies, he then painted the skull grey. Disposal: As previous victim.
Name: Raymond Smith, age 33 years. Location: 213 Oxford Apartments, North 25th Street. May 20th 1990. Method: Strangled the victim, then engaged in oral sex with the cadaver. He then dismembered the body and removed the head, the skull was then painted grey and placed in his fridge. Disposal: The bones were left in a tank of acid until all the bones were de-fleshed. He then placed the bones around his apartment as ornaments
Name: Eddie Smith, age 27 years old. Location: 213 Oxford Apartments, North 25th Street. May 24th 1990. Method: He was enticed into Dahmers lair, where he was drugged, strangled then dismembered. Disposal: The remains were placed in the acid to dissolve.
Name: Ernest Miller, age 22 years old. Location: 213 Oxford Apartments, North 25th Street. Method: Ernest Miller was lured into Dahmers apartment, by the temptation of earning $50 to pose nude for the camera. He was drugged, then had his throat cut. Disposal: Dahmer removed the flesh with acid, bleached the skeleton and kept it in his wardrobe. He also kept the victims biceps and placed them in a freezer for later consumption.
Name: David Thomas, age 23 years. Location: 213 Oxford Apartments, North 25th Street. September 24th 1990. Method: Dahmer gave him a ‘laced’ drink containing sleeping pills. Disposal: As previous.
Name: Curtis Straughter, age 19 years. Location: 213 Oxford Apartments, North 25th Street. February 18th 1991. Method: Drugged then strangled. Disposal: His cadaver was dismembered and the bones crushed. The skull was kept and the remains were dumped into the garbage.
Name: Errol Linsey, age 19 years. Location: 213 Oxford Apartments, North 25th Street. April 7th 1991. Method: Errol was tempted into Dahmers lair, by being offered money to pose naked. He was then strangled. Disposal: Dahmer had oral sex with the corpse before dismembering it. He kept the skull as a trophy.
Name: Tony Hughs, age 31 years. Location: 213 Oxford Apartments, North 25th Street. May 24th 1991. Method: Tony was deaf and mute, but was still tempted into Dahmers apartment by written request, asking him to pose nude. Once inside Dahmer drugged him and then strangled him. Disposal: After killing him he left the body lying around the apartment for a couple of days before the process of dismemberment was engaged. The corpse was left dissolving in acid. His skull was kept.
Name: Konerak Sinthasomphone. age 14 years. Location: 213 Oxford Apartments, North 25th Street. May 27th 1991. Method: Konerak was drugged and experimented on before he was strangled. The experiments were to drill a hole into the back of the cranium and injecting hydrochloric acid into the frontal lobes of the brain, while he was still alive. Such experiments were to create a ‘zombie’ in order to be in complete control of his victim. Disposal: The body was dismembered and stored in the acid.
Name: Matt Turner, age 20 years. Location: 213 Oxford Apartments, North 25th Street. June 30th 1991. Method: As with most other victims he was lured into Dahmers chambers were he was drugged and strangled. Disposal: The body was dismembered and left lying around his apartment.
Name: Jeremiah Weinberger, age 23 years. Location: 213 Oxford Apartments, North 25th Street. July 7th 1991. Method: Similar to Konerak, except he had boiling water injected into his head and left alive in a comerized state for two days. He was later strangled. Disposal: The cadaver was dismembered and again stored in acid.
Name: Oliver Lacy, age 23 years. Location: 213 Oxford Apartments, North 25th Street. July 15th 1991. Method: As with most of his victims, he was drugged and strangled. Disposal: During dismemberment, Dahmer would sodomize the corpse before being ‘stored’. His heart was kept in the fridge.
Name: Joseph Bradehoft, age 25 years. Location: 213 Oxford Apartments, North 25th Street. July 19th 1991. Method: Joseph was lured into the apatment by being offered money to pose nude. He was then drugged and strangled. Disposal: The corpse was again dismembered, but not completely. The head and torso were kept in his apartment.
Name: Steven Hicks, age 19 years. Location: Bath Township, June 1978. Method: Dahmer got Hicks drunk then hit him with a dumb-bell and finally strangled him. Disposal: After killing Steven he dismembered the body with a carving knife. He later pulverised the bones with a sledgehammer and…
It is a very specific term, referring to violent crimes committed against groups with the intent to destroy the existence of the group.
In 1944, a Polish-Jewish lawyer named Raphael Lemkin (1900-1959) sought to describe Nazi policies of systematic murder, including the destruction of the European Jews. He formed the word “genocide” by combining geno-, from the Greek word for race or tribe, with -cide, from the Latin word for killing. In proposing this new term, Lemkin had in mind “a coordinated plan of different actions aiming at the destruction of essential foundations of the life of national groups, with the aim of annihilating the groups themselves.” The next year, the International Military Tribunal held at Nuremberg, Germany,charged top Nazis with “crimes against humanity.” The word “genocide” was included in the indictment, but as a descriptive, not legal, term.
THE CRIME OF GENOCIDE
On December 9, 1948, in the shadow of the Holocaust and in no small part due to the tireless efforts of Lemkin himself, the United Nations approved the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide. This convention establishes “genocide” as an international crime, which signatory nations “undertake to prevent and punish.” It defines genocide as:
[G]enocide means any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such: (a) Killing members of the group; (b) Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group; (c) Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part; (d) Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group; (e) Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.