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every time i'm doing research of Lost Media, there is always this very eerie atmosphere surrounding it. Apparently, i'm not alone in this, as blameitonjorge's videos always have spooky music in the backround, and RebelTaxi said "There's always something very creepy about lost media" during his video about the Spongebob mocumentary (which I think might be the creepiest lost media piece of all, along with "The Day the Clown Cried" and the Beatles' unreleased song, "Carnival of Light").
It's like death, it existed, but now it's gone forever. I was watching a playlist on Youtube in which there was a wide selection of games on the Super Famicon downloaded only via Satellite (SatellaView) and it's just very unsettling to know that we can no longer experience these games forever.
Oh boy, I really want to play that lost Fire Emblem game.
So what do you guys think?
Cannibal Holocaust is a controversial 1980 Italian film directed by Ruggero Deodato. The film tells the story of a missing documentary crew that was filming cannibal tribes in the Amazon. New York University anthropologist Harold Monroe (Robert Kerman) is sent on an expedition to track down the missing crew. He manages to recover the film crew's lost cans of film, which an American broadcast station wishes to broadcast. Upon viewing the film reels, Monroe is appalled by the disturbing actions of the film crew and urges the station not to broadcast the documentary.
The film's use of "found footage" was unique and is considered to have influenced the found footage genre of horror films, seen in such films as The Blair Witch Project.
Cannibal Holocaust aroused a great deal of controversy not only due to its graphic violence, but due to the on-screen killings of live animals, sexual assault, and snuff film allegations that managed to land the film's director in jail on obscenity charges and possible murder. The film was banned in Italy, Australia, Norway and many other countries due to its content, though some bans have since been lifted.
Among the many gruesome scenes in the film, another one was scripted that is commonly dubbed the piranha scene. In this scene, a single Shamatari warrior, injured in battle, was to have his leg amputated by warriors of the Yanomamo tribe. The tribe would then tie the Shamatari warrior to a log and lower him into piranha-infested waters, slowly being eaten alive by the fearsome fish.
Filming for the scene did commence but was never completed due to the piranhas being difficult to control and the film crew's underwater camera was malfunctioning. The scene was scrapped entirely and only production stills exist. It was rumored that the scene was included in several obscure foreign video releases, but this has proven to be false. The whereabouts of the surviving footage, if any, is unknown.
Cards of Death is a 1986 slasher film directed by actor W.G. MacMillan, his first and only time directing a feature film. It is seen by some as the "holy grail of slasher films" due to its rarity. Shot on video in 1985 in California, the film, despite only being available in English, was released on VHS exclusively in Japan on Sony's "Exciting Video" sub-label in 1986 in limited quantities.
Cards of Death centers around a cult-like group in LA, spearheaded by a mysterious man known as Hog, that holds gatherings to gamble with their lives. The group, consisting of males in rubber masks and females in dominatrix gear, meet up and be handed a random card from a Tarot deck, and a poker-like game would begin. The one holding the Death card at the end would be killed, with victims dying in a variety of graphic and sadistic ways, such as a woman being crushed to death in a "shrinking" room. The person with the winning hand would win money, but would also have to kill the loser within 24 hours, or else both of them would be killed. The police are also involved in the film, trying to solve the increasingly frequent murders.
The film also contains elements of rape, masochism, drug use, vampirism (ie. a scene in which two nude female lovers make out next to a corpse, after having previously drank the corpse's blood from a wine glass), and a notable scene from the beginning of the film, in which a police officer has his nose sliced off.
In 1987, Hiroshi Harada, a Japanese storyboarder who worked for various animation studios under trade, began work on a self-funded anime adaptation of Suehiro Maruo's 1984 manga Shōjo Tsubaki. Harada had attempted to gain sponsors for his film, but nobody was willing to support it due to its graphic imagery. Because of this, Harada was forced to animate and fund the entire film by himself, with the exception of voice acting done by an unknown cast. The task was so painstaking, with reportedly over 5,000 sheets of animation of work that had to be done, that Harada did not finish producing the film until 1992.
The film, titled Chika Gentō Gekiga: Shōjo Tsubaki (地下幻燈劇画 少女椿 roughly meaning Underground Projected Drama: Camellia Girl), also known as just Midori, premiered on May 2nd, 1992 "inside a giant red tent inside the grounds of the Mitake Jinja Shinto shrine in Tokyo." The premiere version is widely reported to have been between 52 and 54 minutes in running time. Following the premiere of the film, Eirin, the Japanese film censor board, required 26 cuts to be made before the film could be more widely screened, due to the fact that the film contained scenes of sexual and physical abuse on a prepubescent girl by travelling carnies of a much older age. Some of these scenes even remained in the film after the cuts were made. Extreme levels of gore were also prevalent in the film, including a scene of animal abuse where a dog was stomped to death by one of the said carnies. While these scenes do exist in the currently surviving version, there were reportedly more graphic scenes that were shown at the original 1992 premiere.
The post-censorship version of the film was reportedly later screened at more secretive venues, that required people to "read cryptic signs pointing to where the performance was being held, and patrons had to enter through dark labyrinths before getting to the actual venue." However, in the late-1990s, the screening print would be sent overseas and be screened for the final time. When the film returned to Japan at Narita Airport, Japanese Customs agents intercepted it and destroyed it. Fortunately, at least one backup copy of the edited version of the film survived the late-90s.
When Harada was informed about this, he grew outraged and refused to allow further screenings of his film, even the cut version. In later years, Harada grew more lenient, eventually culminating in the French company Ciné Malta releasing a region 2 PAL DVD of the 48-minute edited version. The DVD includes six different languages of subtitles, including French, Spanish, German and English. However, bootleg VHS copies of what is believed to be the exact same source, if not the exact same transfer of said source that the 2006 DVD has, have circulated since the 1990s, and a rip of one of these bootlegs even exists on YouTube without any subtitles. However, a rip of the superior DVD of the film also exists on YouTube as of 2015. Unfortunately, however, approximately six minutes worth of cut footage has not seen the light of day since approximately 1999.
i have to watch this movie one day
Hokuto no Ken (北斗の拳, "Fist of the Big Dipper"), known to English audiences as Fist of the North Star, was a Japanese anime based off of the manga of the same name. The anime which had 152 episodes ran from 1984-1988 in Japan and was produced by Toei Animation. Because the manga's excessive violence was deemed unsuitable for Japanese television at the time, the series was censored. Many of the original uncensored version of the anime made its way to international broadcasts, but much of the uncensored anime remains lost.
At some point, Toei Animation was forced to heavily censor the movie's content following large amounts of complaints surrounding its graphic imagery; while initially coming from moral guardians, these protests managed to reach the Diet of Japan, who personally contacted Toei and forced them to edit the film. Many instances of gore were either blurred, heavily tinted, or (in one case) replaced with a discretion cut. Unlike the TV series's censorship, which was present from the outset, the film's modifications were done in post. For the Japanese home video release, they also heavily modified the outcome of the final battle, when Lin interrupts the battle before Raoh can kill Kenshiro, at the request of the film's director (in the theatrical release, Kenshiro is knocked unconscious before Raoh attempts to finish him off and is interrupted; this is the ending used in foreign language versions).
damn i thought you were a troll but you're actually legitimately schizo
why do u think I'm a troll/schizo
In 2008, Randy Stair started a YouTube channel called PioneersProductions, where he would upload skits and other content. Since this channel didn't get any attention, he decided to focus on a new channel, this time only focusing on animation.
While he was doing all of this content, he worked on the side for grocery store chain Weis, working an overnight shift. In the late hours of June 8th, 2017, he shot and killed three of his co-workers, later taking his own life.
However, before the shooting, he posted links of his Journal, Suicide Tapes and other things such as a manifesto on his "Ember's Ghost Squad" channel, where he infamously expressed his obsession for fictional character Ember McLain from the Danny Phantom animated series.
On Twitter, Randy posted several Mediafire links with different captions; these included his Journal, Suicide Tapes, and his Digital set. However, a day after he posted the links, Mediafire suspended his account, thus causing the files to be lost. There are re-uploads on YouTube, but most of them have been deleted by YouTube themselves. Most of the tapes got corrupted while downloading, and only a few managed to get the whole files.
Stair's journal was found six days later on June 14th, 2017.
His digital was not found until June 26th, 2017, when the entire digital set was uploaded to archive.org making it viewable to the public.
Spook is good. I like to watch it alone @ midnight and shit.
Heartbeat in the Brain is a 1970 documentary film about Amanda Feilding's self-trepanation operation. She is a British scientist, artist, and drug policy reformer best known for her research into consciousness and psychoactive drugs such cannabis, MDMA, LSD, and psilocybin, which she conducts through her non-profit organization, the Beckley Foundation. She is also an expert in the practice of trepanation, an ancient pseudo-medical procedure in which a small hole is cut out of the skull with the hopes of alleviating a variety of ailments or achieving a higher state of consciousness. These hypotheses have neither been medically proven nor is the practice recommended by doctors.
After failing to find a doctor willing to perform the operation on her, Feilding (then 27) performed the procedure on herself. The film was a collection of footage from the operation and of her pet pigeon, Birdie. Its first known public screening was in 1978, at the Suydam Gallery in New York, in which at least one audience member fainted.
The film was thought by many to be completely lost due to its few screenings. However, the film was screened again in April 2011 at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London. The entire film has never surfaced online, although several snippets can be seen in Eli Kabillio's 1998 documentary about the subject, A Hole in the Head.
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Jacob's Ladder was a thriller/horror movie made in 1990 about a Vietnam War veteran who has bizarre flashbacks and hallucinations. It is known for its extremely disturbing imagery. In fact, test audiences found the original cut of the movie to be too overwhelming and disturbing. In response to this negative feedback, around 20 minutes of footage was removed from the final movie. Three of the cut scenes were included in the DVD release; however, eight others still remain lost. Many bits and pieces of these scenes can be seen in the original trailers of the movie.
While in the subway bathroom, Jacob comes across a man raping another man.
Jacob, during one of his delivery routines, is seen eating a sandwich and reading a novel. He then sees one of the delivery bags begin to move. In the original script, it states that there may have also have been a scene where a homeless man was sleeping in said bag and Jacob takes him outside and gives him money.
A mute Jacob tries to scream.
A sex scene between Jacob and Jezzie. During this, Jacob explains how he has demons (Jacob's confession can be seen in one of the trailers).
An extended scene of a reptilian Jezzie dancing (a snippet of it can be seen in one of the trailers, but it is unknown how long the full cut was).
A scene showing one of the Hell Hospital's patients
Jacob burns down the army headquarters with a torch (in Bravo's 100 scariest movie moments, a picture of Jacob holding the torch is seen).
While looking for Michael, Jacob finds his disembodied head inside of a cabinet.
The Columbine High School shooting occurred on April 20th, 1999, and killed 13 people while injuring many more.
The two perpetrators were two seniors, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold. Before the shootings occurred, Harris, an avid player of the video game Doom, was known to a few to create various Doom WADs (WAD being the default package of files for the game)
There were numerous WADs he shared with his friends, including THRASHER.WAD, REALDETH.WAD, and more.
According to page 7043 of the 11,000 page Columbine Report, Eric Harris was quoted as saying that he had created "a level in Doom that was Columbine High School," leading some to falsely believe that Harris and Klebold were practicing the shooting in the WAD.
According to some, "realdoom.wad" is rumored to be the WAD in question.
No evidence has surfaced as of yet to confirm this. Even if it was, the WAD in question is currently lost and cannot be downloaded.
A possible lead has been found on 15 June 2019. In one of Harris' recently discovered wads, he mentions "realdoom.zip" which might be the rumoured Columbine level
On October 5th, 2003, grizzly bear enthusiast Timothy Treadwell and his girlfriend Amie Huguenard were mauled to death by a grizzly bear while camping in Katmai National Park. Six minutes of audio recorded during the attack were subsequently found on the couple's video camera (albeit with the lens cap still on), none of which has ever been released to the public.
According to Alaska State Trooper Chris Hill, who was there when the tape was discovered and had heard the whole recording, it "starts while he's being mauled and ends while he's being mauled".
Hill also revealed that the recording abruptly cuts out, due to the end of the tape being reached, suggesting that it otherwise probably would have captured the whole thing.
Timothy Treadwell had spent the past 13 summers living with the bears of Katmai National Park and had documented upwards of 100 hours of footage over the said period. He had risen to fame a few years prior to his death.
He was interviewed on The Late Show with David Letterman in 2001, during which Letterman suggested (with disturbingly accurate foresight) the possibility of one day reading a newspaper headline that Treadwell had been eaten by a bear. Treadwell shook off the comment and denied the likelihood of such an event.
Amie Huguenard - who was comparatively much less confident around bears than Treadwell - had apparently expressed concerns several times during their fatal trip.
Ultimately, it was Huguenard who initiated the recording of Treadwell's final moments (forgetting to remove the lens cap in her haste), after Treadwell presumably prompted her to turn the camera on upon noticing the approaching bear.
Best thread on Bronnen
lost media is some retarded creepypasta tier shit
i swore i had one wad but it sucked ass
those two nigras wanted to do like the Oklahoma bomber
but the bombs failed and they just started to shoot the other nigras in the school
I dunno why ameris always want to relate school shooting with videogays
if assault weapons were banned for civilians things like that would never happened
What's your problem
HOOOOOOOOOO!!!! LETS GOOOOOOOOO!!!!
Last House on Dead End Street was a 1977 horror film written, directed, produced, and starring Roger Watkins. The film is notorious for its intense gore and disturbing atmosphere, with many rumors surrounding the film, including the possibility that the murders depicted on-screen were real. Not helping these rumors was the fact that the credits featured pseudonyms in place of the actual cast member's names, making them very hard to track down. It would take nearly 30 years for the creator's actual name to even be revealed.
However, even before the film was "officially" screened, an earlier three-hour cut known as The Cuckoo Clocks of Hell was screened sometime in 1973.This version was reportedly so disturbing to theater-goers that they incited riots over the violence being displayed. Because of these riots and the general controversy that would surround the film, this version was quickly pulled from theaters and heavily cut down and edited, leaving the final film at just 77 minutes.
The Skywayman is a 1920 pseudo-documentary film about stunt flights produced by Fox Film Corporation. The film is mostly known for both its breath-taking stunts, as well as the uncut death footage of Ormer Locklear and Milton Elliot.
On the night of August 2nd, 1920, one stunt was being filmed using floodlights to help guide the pilots. The two pilots, Ormer Locklear and Milton "Skeets" Elliott, were operating a biplane and instructed the crew members to shut off the lights when they were getting ready to get close to the ground. They had flares attached to the wings to give the planes the illusion that they were on fire. The plane was to simulate a crash on the ground. The crew neglected the directions to turn off the floodlights. Blinded by the glare of the lights, the pilots had no idea the ground was closer to them than they thought and the plane crashed, killing both instantly. Locklear's girlfriend, Viola Dana, was on set and witnessed the crash. This scene and its aftermath, including Dana's horrified reaction, was left in the film, making it one of the first films to feature the onscreen deaths of its members. The scene shocked audiences worldwide.
No footage of the film is known to exist, but some production stills, ads, and photos of the crash have survived. In 1980, a 13-part television documentary titled Hollywood: A Celebration of the American Silent Film was made, and episode 5 "Hazard of the Game" details the stunt with interviews and stills. Traces of Death (a film series that imitates Faces of Death) reportedly tried to find the footage, only to find out that the film was lost.
In the summer of 1981, Issei Sagawa, a Japanese student studying abroad in France, invited Renee Hartevelt, a classmate, to his apartment for dinner and to study poetry. What culminated was Sagawa's intention to kill and consume Hartvelt's flesh.
While Hartvelt was reading a Johannes Robert Becher's poem about death, he shot her with a rifle. Using an electric knife, he started taking more than seven kilos of meat off her body. He consumed her flesh during the next three days, cooking several meals, and having sex with the corpse before finally getting rid of the body. In addition to recording the whole butchery (Hartevelt's last words and the actual fire shot were caught on tape), Sagawa also shot a total of 39 photographs showing several "stagings" he made with the corpse.
Trying to make Hartevelt's body disappear, Sagawa eventually committed a mistake by losing in a public garden one of his suitcases containing body parts. The police later found the owner of the suitcase and arrested the man who was to be called "The Japanese Cannibal" by the newspapers. The rest of Hartevelt's body, the rifle, the butchery photos, the tape recorder as well as several other pieces of evidence were found in his apartment.
All of the graphic images from the crime scene and autopsy pictures were published in the magazine photos in December 1983 but the alleged tapes are presumed to be in possession of French police. They are unlikely to surface for obvious reasons.
Infamous British serial killer couple Ian Brady and Myra Hindley (who have come to be known by the media as the Moors Murderers) had taken photographic and audio mementos of their murder of Lesley Ann Downey as well as the sexual torture and rape to her by Ian Brady.
10-year-old Lesley Ann Downey was lured by Brady and Hindley from a fairground in Ancoats on Boxing Day, 1964. She was taken back to their home in Hattersley where they stripped her, tied her up, sexually assaulted and killed her, burying her on the Saddleworth Moor. Brady and Hindley had recorded the girl as she pleaded to be let go as they try to tie her up before Brady raped her. Brady took the nine obscene photographs of the little girl, and either he or Hindley recorded the scene on a reel-to-reel audio tape for posterity.
The 13-minute tape was found within a brown suitcase, recovered from lost property at Manchester Central Railway Station on October 15th, 1965, along with photographs of Downey, naked and with a scarf tied across her mouth. On the tape were two identical tracks of the voices of a man, a woman, and a child. At the end of each of these tracks was a recording of two songs, Jolly St Nicholas and The Little Drummer Boy, which a witness recognized as being from a long-playing record by The Ray Conniff Singers, called We Wish You A Merry Christmas. Another tape was found, containing four tracks: A recording of music, a Goon Show recording, a recording of a commentary by Freddie Grisewood, along with another recording of a man, a woman, and a child which was identical to the two tracks on the other tape.
Lesley's mother, Ann Downey was brought in to identify her daughter's voice on the tape, something that would haunt her until her death.
The tape recording of Lesley Ann Downey, on which the voices of Brady and Hindley were clearly audible, was played in open court in May 1966. Jurors were horrified by the Downey tape, and by Brady's bland description of the recording as "unusual".
The British Courts have access to the audio and photographs and have made it clear they have no intention of releasing them, partly out of respect for the family members involved, another part being due to the horrifically disturbing nature and likely due to the fact the pictures of Downey qualify as child pornography.
The transcript of the audio tape was taken down by shorthand typist of the Supreme Court in 1966, Leonard Milner and was published, along with one of the photographs (cropped) in The Trial of Myra Hindley and Ian Brady by Jonathan Goodman in 1986 and shown on the 1999 TV documentary 'Web of Evil'.
Hindley admitted later that photographs were taken of the murder of Keith Bennett, but she was ordered by Brady to burn them along with other documents after his arrest in October, 1965.
Sadistic Bitch is a 2002 film by famed internet critic Brad Jones, better known for his "The Cinema Snob" persona. After being disappointed with his previous film, Cancelled Sitcoms, Jones finally started making films outside of college projects. The movie was apparently quite graphic, featuring "shit eating and face pissing". The film plot was about a "psycho girlfriend" who finds out her boyfriend was cheating on her. After finding this out, she decides to drug him, tie up in a chair and does cheap "black-market-style" surgery using garage tools to turn him into a girl.
The film was unfortunately stolen along with Brad's entire DVD collection and, like most of his early films is lost. Unlike Cancelled Sitcoms, this film was never broadcast on a website, making it even less likely to be found. Brad's fanbase didn't even know this film existed until Brad did an episode of his podcast The Random Button on it. Brad is actually saddened by the loss of this film and has actually put forth an effort to find it.
In 2018, a revision was made to the film's IMDb page stating that Brad may have been in possession of some of the film, albeit raw footage and that the rest of the film itself is still lost. In August of that year, Brad was asked on his personal Tumblr page if this was true, to which he stated that it's possible - but unlikely. He went on to say that there's a possibility that some raw footage might exist on hi8 tapes he has, but said that only a few seconds or brief moments might be on them. However, he currently has no means to view the tapes to confirm these suspicions, and as of 2019, no further updates about the status of the tapes have been made.
The Slaughter is a 1971 Argentinan/U.S. co-production, which was created by exploitation filmmakers Michael and Roberta Findlay, who are notorious for creating several films of very poor quality.
The film was not successful at the box office and quickly fell into obscurity. In 1976, exploitation distributor Allan Shackleton purchased the film for a wider theatrical release but changed the film's title to Snuff and added a new ending, which was made to look as though an actress from the movie was killed by the crew members in real life. This faux ending was advertised as though it was a real murder, and fake protesters were paid to picket theaters where the film was being shown.
This quickly caught the attention of feminists and anti-pornographic groups, who caused the film to become so notorious that it was actually banned in some major cities, like Boston. After the film was proven to be a hoax, it again fell out of the public's conscience until 1984, when Snuff and 71 other movies were classified as obscene in the United Kingdom.
The re-edited Snuff cut of the The Slaughter is readily available to purchase and watch on streaming services, while the original cut of the film has not seemed to re-surface in any form. Snuff does not remove a drastic amount of footage from the film, with the only real changes made being the new ending and a changed opening title card.
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On August 19th, 2010, during a concert by The Swell Season that was taking place at The Mountain Winery in Saratoga, California, a 32 year old man (later identified as Michael Edward Pickels) left his seat at around 10pm, climbed to a rooftop approximately 20–30 feet above the stage, and, just after the band had finished playing "When Your Mind's Made Up", jumped to his death, landing just a few feet away from singer Glen Hansard.
With the crowd and band in shock, they immediately stopped everything, some rushing to the man's aid, others calling for an ambulance, although despite half an hour of CPR revival attempts by paramedics who happened to be in attendance, he was pronounced dead at the scene by a doctor who happened to be in the audience. It was later revealed that Pickels had recently been released from jail on a bail of $150,000, after being imprisoned for threatening to kill both himself and his girlfriend on New Year's Day of the same year.
While there is footage of the concert before and after the suicide, there is no known footage of the actual suicide that has been released despite the nearly 2000 concertgoers who had attended. YouTube user "Kittaan" has confirmed that they own footage of the suicide, but have chosen not to let anyone apart from the police and the band themselves see it out of respect.
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On May 23, 1999, professional wrestler Owen Hart fell from the rafters of the Kemper Arena in Kansas City, Missouri during a Pay-Per-View taping of WWF Over The Edge 1999.
The filmed fatal accident occurred while doing a stunt where he was to be lowered into the ring by a harness (in his "Blue Blazer" persona) before his Intercontinental Championship match against fellow wrestler The Godfather.
He was supposed to unlatch his harness when he was a few feet above the ring, causing him to fall flat on his face for comedic effect (as his wrestling persona was a bumbling superhero). The harness was accidentally unlatched prematurely, causing Hart to fall 24 meters, chest-first onto the top rope, flinging violently into the ring. The impact of the fall severely wounded him, and he later died at the hospital from blunt force trauma to the chest.
The fall did not occur on live Pay-Per-View. An interview with Hart as The Blue Blazer that was recorded in the backstage area earlier in the day was playing as the tragedy occurred. Once the cameras cut back to the arena, ring announcers Jerry Lawler (who left the announcer's table to check on Hart's condition) and Jim Ross explained to the audience what was happening, and the arena's cameras were pointed away from the ring in respect to the paramedics working to stabilize his condition.
The event was postponed for 15 minutes before WWF CEO Vince McMahon made the decision to continue the event. One hour after the event resumed, Lawler and Ross appeared on camera once more to deliver the news that Hart had passed away from his injuries.
A YouTube user by the name of Chris Breseman said that he was in attendance and witnessed the fall, who said that Hart's "body folded like a fucking accordion."
Existence and Availability
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Since WWF cameras were rolling at the time of the accident, footage of Hart's fatal fall exists on tape. This was confirmed in a column written by former WWF announcer Kevin Kelly in May 2013. According to Kelly, the tape sits in the WWE Archive in Stamford, Connecticut with instructions "never to destroy, view or duplicate". Footage from the 1999 match where Darren "Droz" Drozdov got paralysed accidentally is apparently in the archive with the same instructions.
The remainder of the event was only available online in the form of bootleg VHS recordings made during the event until the launch of the WWE Network in February 2014. While the PPV is available on the service, it was edited to not include the aftermath of the fall and the announcement of Hart's death by Jim Ross.
Instintos Caníbales o 12 Días (translated as Cannibal Instinct or 12 Days) is an unfinished novel by Mexican serial killer and cannibal José Luis Calva (June 20, 1969- December 11, 2007).
Calva had a very traumatic childhood; his father died when he was two years old and his mother brought men to her house, whom she forced him to call dad. A few years later, he was sexually abused by one of his brother’s friends. His early childhood may have been part of the reason he took the path that he ended up taking. He was married, having originally met his wife in 1996, but it ended in divorce and she ended up moving to the United States with his daughters.
Calva was arrested in October of 2007 when investigators went to his home regarding the case of his missing girlfriend, Alejandra Galeana, who had last been seen on October 6. When police arrived he was in the middle of a meal consisting of human flesh that he had seasoned with lemon. The police soon after found the mutilated body of Galeana. Also recovered from the scene was human flesh in the refrigerator, cooked human flesh, bones in a cereal box, a picture of Hannibal Lector and the unfinished novel Instintos Caníbales o 12 Días. He was charged with two murders, but more are suspected. Ultimately, he committed suicide in prison, just a few months after his arrest.
According to an article online, the novel deals with subjects like cannibalism, sex, sadomasochism, and coprophagia (the consumption of feces). The article also states that there may have been more texts including poetry and similar writings discovered at the scene, but this has not been officially confirmed.
Due to the nature of the texts and the person who wrote them, it is unlikely that they will ever be officially released.
watch dark side of the ring , they're doing one on owen soon
bruh thats not even WWF , thats WCW staged shit and then the owen hart fall audio edited in after lmao
This is probably the most creepy lost media case
On March 9th, 2001, in Rotenburg, Germany, then-39-year-old Armin Meiwes (an IT technician) and Bernd Brandes (an engineer of roughly the same age) met after organising over the internet to have Brandes killed and eaten by Meiwes, who had developed a fetish for cannibalism over his lifetime
The two originally corresponded through a now-defunct fantasy cannibalism forum (fantasy in that the forum expressly advised anyone "incapable of separating artistic fantasy from reality" to "leave this site") after Meiwes posted an ad seeking a willing victim to be methodically killed for the purpose of being consumed. An archive of the forum in question, (i.e., The Cannibal Cafe), can still be accessed today via The Wayback Machine; several of Meiwes' posts (under the alias "Franky") are also available via said archive.
After several failed attempts to bait a victim (at least one of which resulted in a potential victim meeting up with Meiwes, though later backing out), Meiwes' post eventually caught the attention of Brandes, who also had a cannibalism fetish, although differing from Meiwes' in that rather than consuming human flesh, he desired to be consumed. Shortly after his arrival, Brandes, still consenting, requested that Meiwes bite his penis off, although this proved too difficult and it eventually had to be cut off with a knife. Brandes then attempted to eat his penis raw, but was unsuccessful due to its chewiness, prompting Meiwes to fry it in a pan with some of Brandes' fat, combined with additional spices and marinades (though Meiwes ended up burning it to the point where it was inedible, after which he diced it up and fed it to his dog).
Following this, Brandes was placed in a bathtub, where he bled out for 3 hours as Meiwes read a Star Trek novel. He gave Brandes heavy doses of painkillers, sleeping pills, and alcohol, kissed him on the forehead and then stabbed him in the throat; in a room specially prepared for the incident, Meiwes then proceeded to hang the body, before slowly dismantling it. The grisly event was found recorded in its entirety on a two-hour videotape found in Meiwes' camera upon his arrest in December of 2002 (having been reported to the authorities by a fellow member of The Cannibal Cafe, where Meiwes had previously revealed, in explicit detail, the goings-on between Brandes and himself, even advertising for a follow-up victim). Over the 10 months following the killing, Meiwes stored the body parts in his freezer and is said to have eaten up to 20 kilograms of Brandes' flesh.
The tape confiscated by the police, (now infamously sought-after among various gore websites/forums) has been held under lock and key by German authorities ever since; the only time it was shown to an audience was during Meiwes' trial, after which some attending journalists required therapy. 4 alleged screenshots from the video have come to light online, although their validity has never been officially proven or disproved.
Meiwes' original charge of manslaughter (carrying an eight-year sentence) was escalated to murder in a 2005 retrial; he is currently serving a life sentence in Kassel Prison, Germany.
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On the morning of July 15, 1974, at around 9:30, American talk show host Christine Chubbuck shot herself in the head on live television, following a fierce battle with depression; the now notoriously elusive broadcast stunned audiences, making headlines worldwide
Chubbuck originally worked at WXLT-TV (Channel 40, now WWSB, a small market channel and ABC affiliate in south-west Florida which, up until relatively recently, only served three counties) as an evening news reporter, later moving on to host a morning community affairs talk show titled Suncoast Digest.
In the lead-up to her suicide, Chubbuck (who was known to detest what she referred to as "blood and guts" reporting, i.e., sensationalised violence over legitimate journalism) had volunteered to produce a feature on suicide for the station, during research for which she had asked a police officer how someone would go about taking their own life (the sheriff proceeding to reveal what kind of gun and bullets that he would use if ever put in that situation).
One co-worker has since recalled that around the same time, Chubbuck had said to him (in what he assumed was a joking manner) something to the effect of "Wouldn't it be wild if I blew myself away on the air?"; unbeknownst to her colleagues, Chubbuck had actually attempted to take her own life several years earlier, by overdosing on pills.
July 15 began much like any other day, until Chubbuck (who was noticeably more enthusiastic and cheerful than usual) declared, just before Suncoast Digest was due to go on air, that she needed to read a newscast beforehand, confusing co-workers (as this was something she had never done before).
Oblivious to her real intentions, the audience casually watched her read the newscast for eight minutes, as she covered three national stories. When she got to the fourth story (i.e., that of a shooting at a local restaurant), the reel jammed, prompting her to shrug, nonchalantly turn towards the camera and proclaim:
"In keeping with Channel 40's policy of bringing you the latest in blood and guts and in living color, you are going to see another first - attempted suicide."
Chubbuck then drew a revolver that she had hidden in her bag, placed it behind her right ear and fired, immediately slumping forward violently onto her desk, as the technical director scrambled to fade rapidly to black.
Many viewers who had witnessed the broadcast proceeded to phone both the police and the station itself, some of the belief that it was nothing more than a morbid joke (several WXLT-TV staff members have even recounted that they too initially doubted the legitimacy of what had happened, on first impression also believing it to be a prank of some kind).
After being rushed to Sarasota Memorial Hospital, it was discovered by WXLT-TV news director Mike Simmons that Chubbuck had left behind both a follow-up news story describing her suicide attempt (in which she accurately predicted that she would be taken to Sarasota Memorial Hospital) and a suicide note (in which she said goodbye to her co-workers and loved ones, also expressing the chilling sentiment that she wanted "everybody" to see the broadcast).
Chubbuck's pre-written newscast script was sent to other networks, the majority of whom presented it verbatim in reporting on her suicide attempt; she was pronounced dead the following day.
As the broadcast took place in 1974, it's possible - though highly unlikely - that the suicide could've been recorded by a home viewer, as several primitive VCRs had been made commercially available by that time, such as the U-matic, one of the first home video recorders. However, due to the high cost of the unit, it was incredibly rare for a 1974 household to possess one.
Until some form of hard evidence surfaces indicating that an additional copy still exists somewhere (or proof that the originals were not actually destroyed), the video is generally accepted as being impossible to obtain.
Notably, a significant number of people claim to have seen the footage via a number of sources other than the original live broadcast, including early websites, FBI training videos, and mondo films a la Faces of Death, though, given the circumstances, this seems unlikely.
According to an article by Vulture on June 8, 2016, the video does still exist in the hands of Mollie Nelson, the widow of the former owner of WXLT-TV. Her husband, for reasons he never shared, kept a copy of the tape, and when he died, it passed to her.
However, when this was publicised, she started getting requests to see it, which made her uncomfortable. She says that the tape is now in the hands of "a very large law firm" for safe keeping, that she has no intention to ever let anyone see it, and that she only held onto the tape to honor her husband.
Shortly thereafter, an injunction was brought against Channel 40 (by Chubbuck's family) preventing them from ever releasing the footage of her death; the 2-inch quad master tape, plus a copy (both of which had previously been confiscated by the Sarasota Sheriff's Department as evidence following the incident) were then handed over to the family, who are said to have destroyed them.
A rumored third copy has been speculated to exist in the FCC Archives. However, this claim has never been proven (and was, in fact, denied by the FCC when queried by a Findadeath Forum user). Interestingly, it was by Chubbuck's own will that the event was recorded in the first place: she requested that the episode is taped, something that was not normally done, due to the cost of tapes back then.
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Falling was an independent drama film written, directed, and starring Richard Dutcher, known for his LDS-themed movies. Dubbed "The First R-rated Mormon Movie" during its brief theatrical run in 2008, the film has yet to receive a home media release on any platform.
In 2015, Dutcher filed a lawsuit against Bold Films, Open Road Films, and NBC Universal, claiming their 2014 film Nightcrawler starring Jake Gyllenhaal plagiarized his movie. As both films feature freelance LA stringers who record violent crime scenes for TV news outlets, Dutcher's lawyer Stephen Silverman claimed that Nightcrawler had enough similarities to Falling that under Copyright Law, it must be considered a "derivative work".
After three years where the suit survived dismal motions and summary judgments, U.S. District Judge Dee Benson agreed that the two works had enough substantial similarities for the case to go before a jury. This was halted due to the bankruptcy of Open Road Films in September 2018. The trial was scheduled for April 2019, but it did not occur.
On August 19th, 2019, Benson ultimately dismissed the case, claiming that the similar elements are a necessary component for films dealing with stringers and that the two films are too thematically different for there to be any major copyright infringement.
A few court documents have been made available, which can be accessed through CourtListener.
According to the dismissal document, Falling is an LDS centric morality tale. The film focuses on aspiring screenwriter Eric Boyle (Dutcher) and aspiring actress Davey, a happily married couple who moved to Hollywood to pursue their ambitions while their LDS beliefs lapsed. Their aspirations have turned fruitless and to make money, Eric works as a freelance stringer to film violent crime scenes during the daytime for local news.
Because of the compromises they had to take, with Eric making his work more violent and Davey getting into an affair with a casting director just to land a part in his movie, their marriage begins to crumble and they become emotionally wrecked. Eric even longs for his LDS belief to return.
The climax kicks in when Eric notices a gang stabbing and shoots the events as they unfold. Instead of helping the victim, he sells the footage for a fortune. Davey meanwhile poses nude at an audition while kissing the casting director simply to earn the role. This culminates into the destruction of the couple's marriage and their spiritual collapse.
When Davey tells Eric that she had to get an abortion for her movie role, he violently chokes her. Things take a turn for the worse when Eric finds his boss murdered by the same gang members he shot while discovering that they obtained his address. They then proceed to stage Davey's suicide before he returns home. Finally, Eric spots the gang and they get into a lengthy and gratuitous fight where they all die.
Eric hallucinates a visit to the LDS Temple where he kneels before the Christus, begging for spiritual assistance before passing away.
Before the film's brief theatrical window, Dutcher stated that due to the personal content of the film it would never be shown to the public. Falling held a private screening at Sunstone in 2007 before being shown at The Gateway theater in Utah on January 2008 and the Beverly Hills Music Hall in August. There were plans for releases in New York and Chicago but they fell through.
Falling was later shown at the Camelot Theatres in California in 2009 and a VIP screening at Sundance was held in 2011. A year prior in a video interview with Mormon Stories, Dutcher stated that he actually does want the film to get a public release, but wants to "piggyback" it off of his more mainstream film Evil Angel (which is commercially available internationally but it has no official US release).
In 2012, Falling was officially re-released at the Broadway Centre Cinemas in Salt Lake City. Dutcher clarified in an interview that he initially wanted to keep the film to himself but his girlfriend convinced him otherwise. While he has stated that the film would get a wide DVD release, this has not yet materialized.
According to the complaint document, Dutcher released a limited number of DVDs and planned to push it out on DVD/Blu-ray in 2015. He also planned on a "mass-market" remake of Falling with a new cast but claimed that the release of Nightcrawler divested this chance.
While Falling remains unavailable for public viewing, two versions of the trailer are available online: a green band version on IMDb and a red band version on YouTube. In addition, Stephen Silverman released three clips on YouTube and two comparison videos for support of the Nightcrawler suit. Dutcher himself used another clip for his acting reel. Brief inaudible clips were also featured in the Mormon Stories video interview where Dutcher talks about Falling in detail. Finally, three audio-only clips were used when Dutcher was interviewed on both CityViews and RadioWest, though the latter interview appears to be lost.
On the 4th of September, 2006, Australian wildlife expert/television personality Steve Irwin a.k.a. 'The Crocodile Hunter' was fatally attacked by a stingray while shooting a documentary titled Ocean's Deadliest in the Great Barrier Reef. The attack, as well as the aftermath and, presumably, the actual moment of death were all captured on camera, due to a production rule imposed by Irwin that cameramen were not to stop recording if something took a turn for the worse, as it was these moments of genuine danger that gave Irwin's documentaries their edge.
According to eyewitness testimonies from crew members, the stingray (which Irwin was attempting to swim over the top of) struck Irwin in the chest multiple times, puncturing his heart, after which point he was immediately pulled from the water by his colleagues onto Croc One (a 75 foot yacht created for the purposes of conducting both research and adventure tours), which attempted to rush to the shore as Irwin bled out. An hour had passed before they made it to land, during which time Irwin's colleague (and the man who was behind the camera when Irwin was attacked), Justin Lyons, performed CPR on him, all the while a second cameraman continued shooting footage from the sidelines. Irwin was pronounced dead by paramedics within seconds of their arrival; according to Lyons, his final words were "I'm dying."
The resulting footage was handed over to Queensland authorities, who are said to have eventually returned it to Irwin's family, who are, in turn, said to have destroyed it. Lyon's, when asked about his feelings on the possibility of the footage one day being aired, stated that he hopes it is never released, out of respect to Irwin's family, also revealing that he is no longer in possession of the recordings and that he suspects that there are no remaining copies in existence.
In the years following Irwin's death, a handful of alleged pieces of footage (in the form of both videos and screenshots) have shown up online, although their validity has never been proven and they are generally accepted as having been either fabricated or taken out of context.
the only real shit about the fall are some poor quality pictures taken at the event
Daniel P. Dukes was the second person to be killed by Tillikum, the largest orca held in captivity. On July 6, 1999, he somehow bypassed security and snuck into SeaWorld Orlando. It is uncertain what his exact time of death was, but he decided to go skinny dipping in Tillikum's sleep tank. Tillikum then reportedly thrashed Dukes around in the tank and eventually killed him. The whale continued to play around with Dukes' body until the following morning when Tillikum was found parading Dukes' lifeless body on his back. The whale had reportedly bitten off Dukes' genitals, caused so many injuries that autopsy reporters were dumbfounded as to what the actual cause of death was, and left his face in such bad condition that his funeral had to be held closed-casket.
It is possible that Dukes' death may have been captured on security camera footage. However, SeaWorld has declined to confirm this. There are confirmed pictures of his body being carried around by the whale taken by park employees for reference. However, the photographs (and the surveillance footage if it exists), have yet to surface, as these are more than likely being held by the FBI, never to be given out for an official release.
This was not the first nor the last time Tillikum killed someone. On February 20th, 1991, he killed a trainer named Keltie Byrne at the now-closed Sealand Of The Pacific in Victoria, British Columbia. His most recent kill would be Dawn Brancheau in 2010, whose death footage has also been left unreleased to the public. Tillikum continued to be seen at SeaWorld Orlando and was still being used in shows until his death in early 2017. The documentary film Blackfish details the story of Tillikum and can be viewed on Netflix.
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Dawn Brancheau was a Sea World trainer who worked with various whales at Sea World Orlando. In 2010, she was tragically killed by Tilikum, the largest Killer Whale held in captivity. Tilikum had been involved with the deaths of 2 other people in the past. The incident was documented in the 2013 film Blackfish.
Brancheau's death was recorded on video, but hasn't resurfaced to this day.
The incident stirred up some controversy concerning the safety of trainers and killer whales. There have never been any reported cases of a wild orca attacking humans. However, when held in captivity, the animals are known to grow bored and frustrated and have frequently lashed out at trainers. Sea World alone has been the subject of over 70 incidents over the past 30 years.
While Brancheau was the first death at Sea World that has ever resulted in these whale attacks, other incidents have involved thrashing trainers about; dragging trainers to the bottom of incredibly deep pools just to pull them back up and repeat, and attempt at devouring them.
Brancheau's incident was especially notable not just because she died, but because several parts of her body were held by Tillikum as he stubbornly refused to let them go.
Brancheau, a well-known perfectionist, taped almost all of her shows so that way she could watch them and improve her performance. The incident was, in fact, caught on tape. Part of it can be seen in Blackfish, but did not show anything after Tilikum grabbing her arm and getting ready to drag her. This was likely out of respect for her and her family and/or because Sea World forbade the footage to be shown publicly.
Sea World fought long and hard to make the incident look like an accident instead of an attack. They even went as far as to say that it was because of her ponytail that she was dragged under (despite ponytails having been worn by many other trainers without incident and the fact that she was dragged by her arm, not her hair).
Eyewitness reports, as well as the available footage, proved that Tilikum attacked Brancheau because she had run out of food to reward him for his tricks, and also because he failed to perform one of the tricks to the fullest.
Because of this incident, it is now required by United States law that Sea World's trainers only interact with orca behind a barrier. Many organizations have fought hard to try to make it illegal to keep killer whales in captivity in general.
The remaining footage has never surfaced, and it is not known who holds the data. Even though Sea World events are commonly filmed by tourists, not even amateur footage has been seen.
There was one video claiming to be of the incident on YouTube, but it was proven fake because the whale in question did not have Tilikum's collapsed dorsal fin and the trainer's suit was an entirely different color. Until it surfaces, this remains another lost video of a tragic event.
i don't get it :DDD
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Developed by Kinotrope and originally released in limited numbers (3,000 units) in early 1999 was a Japanese PC/Macintosh game titled Garage: Bad Dream Adventure (though referred to by many simply as Garage).
The point-and-click game, directed by Tomomi Sakuba, features bizarre, surreal, often nightmarish (as the title implies) and sometimes graphic imagery. The player controls a small alien-like robot, maneuvering their way through a barren, foreboding landscape of cracked wood panelling and old, rusting machinery, complete with creepy, lifeless faces. The eerie background music (or lack thereof, at times) only adds to the sense of impending danger, making for a very unsettling atmosphere.
A relatively recent search effort for the game, spearheaded largely by 4chan's /vr/ board, has uncovered multiple copies for sale, though said copies have always been immensely expensive. It was also discovered that a special "private edition" was made available for a very short time in April of 2004 through Sakuba's official website (released in very limited numbers; just 90 copies, selling out within a single day), consisting of the game itself, plus a collection of concept art. Notably, around the same time, the standard edition of the game was also made available for purchase (again, in somewhat limited quantities) on Sakuba's website, up until September of 2007, when it was officially discontinued.
Despite it still being officially available for purchase just seven years ago, no downloadable copies of Garage have ever shown up online, and the game has since become incredibly rare and sought-after. Over the past few years, several people have come forward, claiming to own copies of the rarity, though they have all been reluctant to provide a rip to the online community, fearing retribution on account of Japan's strict anti-piracy laws; one owner, however, has been kind enough to provide recordings of an entire playthrough of the game.
i too am an archivist
funny people always stuck with the current even tho the current is the tiny fraction of time (the past is always much larger)
i like this thread
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Event Horizon was a 1997 sci-fi horror film directed by Paul W. S. Anderson. Initially, the film ran for at least 130 minutes. This cut contained far more graphic violence and gore than the released version of the film. When Anderson screened the film for Paramount, they were disturbed by how gruesome it was. Anderson felt that they had not been given enough time in post-production to completely refine the cut, and it went before test audiences too early. Consequently, the test audiences were equally upset with the gruesome content, and the negative reactions led to Paramount forcing Anderson to edit the film by 30 minutes, specifically the extremely grim material.
Portions of the deleted scenes were included as bonus features on the 2006 DVD release. Unfortunately, they were sourced from poor quality footage and had editor's marks visible in various places. Supposedly, the cut scenes were found in, of all places, a Transylvanian salt mine, but they had deteriorated beyond repair. According to the director's commentary, Paramount had scrapped the rest of the deleted footage, as they were not interested in keeping it.
During an interview at ComicCon 2012, Anderson revealed that producer Lloyd Levin had found the original cut of the film on a VHS. However, nothing has been heard of it since.
You ever read up on unidentified decedents? Same unnerving quality.
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shut the fuck up
just shut the fuck up
Putrid Sex Object is a pornographic shock video released in 2006 starring Alexandro Guerrero, under the moniker of "Thistle Harlequin". The video is infamous for it’s subject matter.
The video consists of Alexandro wandering a dimly lit house in drag, before discovering a real, rotten cow’s head on the floor. He then proceeds to consume and pleasure himself with the titular "Putrid Sex Object" for the remainder of the video until it abrupty cuts to the credits.
The extraordinarily graphic nature of the video helped to boost it into becoming a notorious shock video in the mid 2000s.
The video that’s widely shared, and stated to be the full version is 2:55 minutes in length, and in poor quality. However, according to a Wayback Machine Archive of Alexandro Guerrero’s website, a longer version of the video exists that is approximately 5 minutes in length, with even more graphic footage. This snapshot also mentions him announcing sales of DVDs for the video, confirming that a extended version of this video exists in physical, and possibly digital media.
However, difficulty in finding the full version is present because of the fact that, according to his IMDB page, Alexandro died in 2011, with his website and email addresses going down shortly after, leaving no possible avenues of contact, though Wayback Machine archives of his site from 2006-2009 are available.
2 other people are mentioned at the end of the video, in it’s credits, though it is entirely possible they are pseudonyms, akin to how Alexandro uses Thistle Harlequin as his, due to the extremley explicit nature of the video.
These people are Matt McKay, who directed the video, and Eddie Nova, who was responsible for the sound design and music, both of whom only have Putrid Sex Object as their only credit on IMDB.
Currently, the only avenues to take in getting the full version of the video would be to track down a DVD of the film, or to contact the other members of the cast to see if they are in possession of the extended version.
sammy was goodFortuneBoard the windows, up your car insurance, and don't leave any booze in
plain sight. It's St. Patrick's day in Chicago again. The legend has it
that St. Patrick drove the snakes out of Ireland. In fact, he was arrested
for drunk driving. The snakes left because people kept throwing up on
i was 20 when this was uploaded
It's an album from an edgy metal band, still edgy
there must be tons of recordings somewhere of all those live broadcasts that are now reported as lost
anything broadcast even on small regional television channels here gets copied multiple times and preserved at least by the broadcasting company, and I don't even think they'd be that protective over it
makes me wanna try and get access to some of these lost suicide or death clips from tv news and whatnot
The only certainty is that nothing is certain. -- Pliny the Elder
Sue Lightning's final Chatterbate stream, also known as "The Crywank stream", "Sue_Kalergi freaks out" and "Sue Lightning's Meltdown" in some circles, is a 2017 live stream where retired trans sex worker Sue Lightning (now known as Youtuber TheSphereHunter) had a mental breakdown during a live cam show. While many of her older shows and chat logs have been archived on various adult websites and imageboards, no audio, video, or even chat logs have been recovered of this stream so far despite consistent details known about it.
Born on March 7th, 1993 in Little Rock but raised in New York, Sue Lightning (also known as Sue Kalergi and Sue Sandwich on some adult sites) had worked as a professional model before going into sex work as an escort through the suggestion of then partner Natalie Mars. With Mars she would then make the move from escorting to becoming a performer on the cam show website Chatterbate. Sue would grow into a popular trans model on Chatterbate, due to her gamer and geek girl interests appealing to many, leading to her at one point making front page on the Transexual model section of the site.
Her modelling experience and popular live cam shows eventually led to her being scouted for the adult websites Grooby Girls and Tgirl.XXX in January and April 2016 respectfully doing image and video shoots. Later, she would appear in an porno film by Grooby titled Tranny Vice alongside Natalie Mars.
Around this time Sue would become known among the Opie and Anthony fanbase due to an alleged relationship with radio host Anthony Cumia that occurred during her period escorting. Sue would clarify in a now archived Reddit AMA that she had no intimate relationship with him despite being invited over to his home for sex, since he found out she was trans.
Sue would then move to Las Vegas, Nevada to continue her adult career with Mars. Her final scene was a hardcore video with the performer ChristianXXX in August of 2016. Citing difficulties that she would later go into more detail about in her final show, Sue officially retired from working in the adult entertainment industry afterwards. She would then start showing more disinterest in her cam shows, even ending them abruptly and using them to vent about her current situations at the time, such as how her and Mars ended their relationship due to the latter becoming bigger as an adult star and how being a sex worker made her come to hate sex.
In February of 2016, Sue would start up her YouTube channel in an attempt to finally get out of the sex work industry. In January of 2017 she would start her first Patreon titled "Suzi Cosplay-Model" which would last until 2018, where she would do "lewd cosplay" as a way of regaining confidence in herself and her body after years of being exploited. After the incident Sue would completely retire from all sex work and after closing her original Patreon a year after opening it, all NSFW content entirely.
Eventually the Sue Lightning name itself would be retired by Sue and she would rebrand herself as Suzi Cosplay-Model and later her current moniker TheSphereHunter. During that time she scrubbed as many traces of Sue Lightning as she could from social media and has had a much more improved life being a Youtuber. But many tweets, videos, images, and streams from back then have been archived by people with whom her sex work has garnered a cult following.
Final Chatterbate Stream
In March of 2017, Sue would have a stream that started normal until she stripped off all her clothes. After wards she proceeded to break down crying and started detailing how she felt she ruined her own life by becoming a sex worker and by being pressured by people into doing things she didn't feel comfortable with. She also got into details about the shoot she did with ChristianXXX, claiming that off camera she was raped by him (in an archive of the stream that was found, he states that they had a "rehearsal" before going on stream).
As the chat continued to mock her, a user donated an amount of money said to be around $500 dollars. Sue then proceeded to masturbate to climax while crying on camera, quickly shutting it off afterwards.
Aftermath and Availability
The incident was widely known about by trans porn circles and imageboards but appears to be totally lost. Despite that enough people seem to have seen the stream as consistent details about it have come up on various websites. Notably her talking about her rape by Christian, her being taken advantage of in life, and the "crywank".
In 2019 a website was uncovered by people searching for the stream on 8chan (now 8kun)'s /trap/ board that had a date that wasn't in any of the other known webcam archives of Sue's Chatterbate shows. Even including thumbnails of Sue in a red outfit that didn't match others out there. However the page is no longer available and no archive of the site has been made, but the url still exists and the thumbnails were archived.
Other witnesses of the broadcast claim that the thumbs actually come from an earlier stream of hers that is already circulated, but without the video itself nobody can confirm. The same people note that the website only recovered a small part of the stream, which is the case for other archives of Sue's Chatterbate shows.
Also in 2019, a post was made on 4chan's /v/ board claiming that the stream was in fact archived and even converted into Webms by various users. The poster claims that the video wasn't as extreme as most people said in previous descriptions but also stated details that lined up with what was known. However, in a followup post on /gif/ a poster claiming to be the same user stated that he didn't save the video due to personal reasons and couldn't track down the website he found it on while further clarifying that the full stream was probably not archived, stating that only the last 3 minutes were. Possibly confirming that the unarchived stream people found earlier in the year may have been it.
every time i hide your shitty threads they show back up for some reason
is the wad that is archived on the net any good?FortuneYou cannot succeed by criticizing others.
looks pretty simple
I might try it later tonightFortuneMankind has yet to devise a rule that never requires exceptions.
― Wayne Dyer
the iceberg is not terrible but it'd be fun to make a more complete list
this doesn't even have the missing columbine home tape on itFortuneYou will outgrow your usefulness.
this category interests me most: the kind of video that isn't lost but it just low beneath the surface because nobody knows about itFortuneAll successful newspapers are ceaselessly querulous and bellicose. They
never defend anyone or anything if they can help it; if the job is forced
upon them, they tackle it by denouncing someone or something else.
― H.L. Mencken, Prejudices, 1919.
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Cameraheads (otherwise referred to as Camerahead, The Cameraheads, "I killed a Camerahead", etc.) is an early creepypasta first posted on the paranormal boards of 4chan in 2008 (reportedly predating popular creepypastas such as Slenderman, The Rake, Smile Dog, and Jeff the Killer among others).
The plot of the creepypasta involved a man who discovers a collection of books and a torn backpack scattered on the ground while walking, with signs of a struggle being indicated. Inside the backpack, there was a video tape, a broken camera, and a handwritten note that says "I killed a Camerahead". The man begins to research what happened and what the Cameraheads are, only to quickly find himself being stalked by the creatures, whereupon he begins to descend into madness.
The story was purported to be similar in format to the novel House of Leaves, and featured elements of an ARG, with "cursed" images from the video tape (claimed to be memories of what the Camerahead itself had seen) and documents of the Camerahead's previous victims being posted alongside the story itself.
Descriptions as to what the Cameraheads themselves look like vary, with some sources describing them as outwardly human creatures that acted (perhaps unwittingly) as living surveillance cameras, others describing them as having cameras instead of heads (hence the name), and some claiming that they were of a biomechanical design similar to the works of H.R. Giger.
Following the initial posting of the story in 2008, it became the first creepypasta to be posted on the paranormal board's wiki "/x/enopedia" following its establishment in 2009. It is here that the story would remain for several years, even being featured in the "bullshit" category of the wiki, indicating that it was frequently reposted to the point of oversaturation. Over time however, interest would gradually begin to wane in the site, which, alongside numerous attacks from other image boards, lead to its rebranding and eventual shutdown.
When this occurred, all media posted on the site, including Cameraheads, went with it. Unlike most of the site's contents however, Cameraheads and all material accompanying it remain completely unaccounted for, with no reposts or online archives of the /x/enopedia page being known to exist. The same is true for the paranormal boards, of which no archives are known to exist prior to 2014, by which time people were beginning to take note of the unavailability of the story.
To date, the story and its accompanying images remain entirely lost.
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I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream (lost uncut version of PC adventure game; 1995)
I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream is a horror/science-fiction adventure game that was released in 1995 on PC, developed by Cyberdreams and Harlan Elison. It is based on Harlan Ellison's short story of the same name.
The game has a reputation for being disturbing and depressing, but there is evidence that shows that it was even more so before its official release.
Unrelated to this, the game was also announced as being in development for the Amiga, though this version is not known to have been started.
The story is set a hundred years in the future. All of humanity has been killed by a mad, extremely powerful and hateful sentient computer called AM (Allied Mastercomputer). He has kept alive five people that he has tortured for all this time. One day, he decides to send them in virtual worlds where each one of them is forced to confront their tormented past or their inner flaws.
They are Gorrister, the suicidal trucker who is remorseful about having driven his wife mad; Benny, the hideously deformed soldier; Ellen, the female engineer who has a phobia of the color yellow; Ted, the paranoid young estate agent; and Nimdok, the elderly German doctor
Evidence of the Original Uncut Scenes
The British TV show GamesMaster (running 1992-1999), in 1995 did a "Gore Special" episode where they'd showcase gory/shocking moments from video games. One part was focused on I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream (that they erroneously refer to as I Have No Mouth, but I Must Scream).
In it, they show scenes that don't appear in the finished product:
The meat locker in Gorrister's scenario has human bodies hanging on the hooks. The official release replaces two of these bodies with slabs of beef meat instead.
A puppy is featured in Gorrister's scenario, in a close-up that takes the whole screen. It looks sickly and Gorrister seems to be able to bring it back to health; the commentators say that it is done by feeding a human heart, showing the stabbing of Harry (which is not cut in the end product) and that the puppy would help Gorrister on his quest. The puppy seems to like it would have been on the airship, among the other caged, electrocuted animals. The official release has a talking jackal to whom Gorrister must feed a heart, that can be human or not.
Ellen's "death" screen where she is attacked by a menacing thinly, bald figure, in front of a yellow stone wall. (shown as shadows cast on a wall as most "death screens" in the game). The official release has a similar scene where Ellen is attacked by her resurrected rapist, but the shadows and the wall are different, as he is wearing a janitor uniform and the attack is set in a modern elevator. It is possible that the rapist was to originally appear as a mummy since Ellen's scenario is set in an Egyptian pyramid, some evidence of embalming remaining around and she enters a sarcophagus to confront him.
Benny eating a baby. In the official release, Benny can find an empty cradle in a cave. The beginning of his scenario has him extremely hungry and trying to eat whatever he can find, but usually vomiting it back with blood.
Possible Deleted Subplot
The developers have also revealed that they intended to have Benny depicted as gay, just as he was in the original story (before being forcibly turned heterosexual by AM's brainwashing).
No direct mention is made of this in the final version, except for a few details that hint at a plotline being cut:
Benny shot his soldiers for finding out a "secret" involving Private Brickman.
He must show the latter "compassion" by planting a fruit that blooms into a flower on his grave.
The same fruit later shows up in the last level as a symbol of "love" that Benny has to give to a projection of his wife Manya who says that she never knew he loved her.
This strongly implies that, in development, Brickman was Benny's secret gay lover; thus, he murdered him to protect his reputation and did the same to the other soldiers who witnessed his act.
In the final version of the game, Benny killed Brickman because he found him too weak for his very harsh standards.
It is possible that some of these scenes were deleted in fear of causing controversy, for pacing or atmosphere reasons.
Whatever it is, a playable version of this game with the extended scenes has never been found or mentioned.
I should play this
90s adventure games are basedRated: 5/10FortuneLaugh, and the world ignores you. Crying doesn't help either.(YOLO)
it's cool when some lost media gets foundFortuneYou are wise, witty, and wonderful, but you spend too much time reading this sort of trash.
Cutting room floor thank me later
did you see that lost media documentary that was about this soveit nigga who had a fucking metal arm? it was some some american show in the 80s i believe, i saw it few months ago on dailymotion or some shit
the nigger had some soviet experimental metal arm that would get physically stuck to doors and windows and would haev his mates use a crowbar to get it unlocked , had some other shit in it too but that was most interesting in the episode
gonna do research on it, do u have a name?
ill try find it again i got it from a low reply /x/ post, no idea what it was called other than the episode of this series had multiple "unexplained" shit during it and the soviety robo arm was just one segment but spooked me hard :D