THE HUMAN MONSTER

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THE HUMAN MONSTER

Post by GraveDigger1863 » 17 Oct 2013 06:24

This isn't meant to be funny or Halloween like but if you want to talk about real monsters, try reading or seeing violent, psychotic, acts that human being do to each other for twisted reasons, insanity, to get even or simply because they enjoy hurting/killing people they might/might know.Not counting " acts of violence, like placing a bomb on a bus, like what happend in London s ometime ago or flying2 planes into to highrise buildings on 9/11,not for any cause or things people do innwar but things they do to each other, like a man that dressed up as a clown, lured young boys, killed them and then buried them under his house. Take ZODIAC, a man armed with a 44 mag., that would go looking for lovers parked alone in the country, pull one out, udually the male d river, wound him, get his date, if lucky, he just might kill her outright, make her date watch her get killed then go back to the boyfriend and kill him. Most were head shots which usually meant most of the hed ws blown apart. Try The Boston Strangler, in the 60s he would pose as various types of service persons, gas, telephone, etc. and prey on elderly women, gain access into their dwelling and strangles them with a scarf, rope, telephone cord, whatever was at hand For you "Brits",I had to include "Jack the Ripper", from what I read over here,., still no real ID as to who he was but if there ever was an animal that stalked his prey, "played" with them ,and killed them, he surely would fit. Gilles de Rais, his behavior, desires, acts of sadism, rape, torture,, in detail, would rival the works of de Sade. The number of children is suspected to have been his victums prhaps went as high as 800 before his arrest and execution. If one wanted to read about a "monster", de Rais would fit into the true acts of violence of fiction might exhibit. These few, very few, are ones that come to mind that looked like humans but were ruled by the darkest side of their nanture. None grew fangs, chnage into an animal, or could fly, The frightening part is that these "men" were not works of fiction or of "questionable existance" but were real. history has said "they existed" and the evidence or remains of their act of animal savagery, still goes through history when men are compared to "fictional monsters"
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Re: THE HUMAN MONSTER

Post by kayls » 17 Oct 2013 11:25

yeah, so true, no horror story can be as scary as the awful things that humans have done to eachother


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Post by SandDancer » 18 Oct 2013 00:49

I agree.
BTW I read the book about the Boston Strangler when I was a young teenager and it terrified me for ages.
I believe the expression "mans inhumanity to man" was coined by a WW1 war poet............cannot recall which one, Rupert Brook perhaps, but it rings true today just as much as it ever did since the beginning of human life on earth. I doubt it will ever change.

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Post by relichunter » 18 Oct 2013 10:40

SandDancer wrote:I agree.
BTW I read the book about the Boston Strangler when I was a young teenager and it terrified me for ages.
I believe the expression "mans inhumanity to man" was coined by a WW1 war poet............cannot recall which one, Rupert Brook perhaps, but it rings true today just as much as it ever did since the beginning of human life on earth. I doubt it will ever change.
Man was made to mourn: A Dirge

Many and sharp the num'rous ills
Inwoven with our frame!
More pointed still we make ourselves
Regret, remorse, and shame!
And man, whose heav'n-erected face
The smiles of love adorn, -
Man's inhumanity to man
Makes countless thousands mourn!

The phrase "Man's inhumanity to man" is first documented in the Robert Burns poem called Man was made to mourn: A Dirge in 1784. It is possible that Burns reworded a similar quote from Samuel von Pufendorf who in 1673 wrote, "More inhumanity has been done by man himself than any other of nature's causes."
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Re: THE HUMAN MONSTER

Post by SandDancer » 19 Oct 2013 20:48

Good auld Rabbie Burns......it just goes to show nowt's new. Everything is recycled, including words. :)


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Re: THE HUMAN MONSTER

Post by Bobtheghost » 20 Oct 2013 22:42

Thats true. Humans can do horrible things to eachother, worse than any horror film or urban legend.

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