The ‘Dark Web’ is notorious for websites that host downright outrageous content which may just push the boundaries of any human being. We did a detailed analysis on the Deep Web and we’ve gone a bit further to shed light on the underbelly of the dark web. Users browse all sorts of nefarious content behind the curtain of anonymity and it has sprung up a few stories that made their way to the surface web. We picked out 7 deep web stories that left us shocked and terrified and we feel it might just send a chills down your spine as well.

1. They See Us (From Reddit User fake_fakington)

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“This was back before Google. Web pages were, for the most part, still very basic HTML with Javascript. Hardly anyone used CSS. Only discussion boards and some banking sites had anything approaching mature front-end/back-end combinations. Etc. Early ‘Net. Real ‘deep web’ story, not just one about illicit activities online.

“I was browsing random blogs, Geocities sites, and the like, just going from link to link. Eventually I came upon an odd page – it appeared to be random thoughts from different people, but for the time, it was very well-designed. The messages seemed to be cryptic in nature, like several people trying to pass secret notes. I started through the source, and hidden in the comments of a javascript were various IP addresses.

“I gathered all of the IPs in a text file and began enumerating. Some were routers with banner messages I could telnet to – almost all at universities (‘Warning! This is a secure system at University of Bla Bla….’). The default Cisco credentials from back in the day worked on most of them, but I didn’t poke around. A few of the IP’s were web servers with little to nothing on them, mostly Apache on Linux or some BSD, at least one IIS server I can recall.”

“I finally came upon a web server with a huge directory of HTML files and TIFF images, with a few smaller subdirectories containing the same. nslookup returned no reverse records for the IP. A VisualRoute traced it as far as Colorado. The HTML files appeared to be records a psychologist or similar mental health professional would keep. The images were of faxes, apparently of both military and medical nature.”

“As I browsed from a subdirectory back to the parent, at the top was a new HTML file named something like ‘1-.HELLO-THERE.html.’ The time stamp was from right that minute. I opened it, and in plain text was the message ‘we see you.’ No quotes, all lowercase. About 15 seconds later the server dropped.”

2. How To Cook A Woman (Reported by reddit user baconboyloiter)

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“In CompSci, we often got bored and dicked around. One day we ran into the deep web. The most disturbing site we found was a comprehensive guide for cooking women. We’re not talking about a short joke here. This page had information on what body types to use for specific cuts, how to prepare these cuts, and how to cook the girl so she lives as long as possible. It horrifies me that people way worse than the freaks on Criminal Minds exist.”

3. Pink Meth

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If you have an ex-girlfriend and you want to get revenge on her, there’s a perfect website for you to fill it with nudes, you miserable creep.

The website operates in the deep web where users can upload nude pictures of their ex-girlfriends which would eventually lead to harassment of the person in the picture. The website is now defunct due to multiple lawsuits, however, there’s another website that has spring up since its demise.

4. Daisy’s Destruction

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Child pornography is prevalent in the deep web as much as regular porn on the surface web. However, this next case takes a bit too far. There’s a snuff film of a little girl who was sexually abused and tortured. The video was widely distributed amongst paedophiles on the deep web and the larger internet community got a hold of it on popular websites like 4Chan and Reddit.

The video was made by an Australian douche bag i.e. Peter Scully and was arrested in the Philippines on the charge of making multiple child abuse videos.

5. Saved by the bell…errr.. slow internet (Reported by Reddit user Semper_Fi_Cerberus)

“It was my third time on the deep web and I was just looking around at sites. I found this one guy’s home page and on the sidebar, I saw a link that said ‘For journalist and people new to the deep web’. I clicked on it, hoping that it was interesting and helpful information. A new page opened and a picture started to load. Thank god for my slow Internet because all that loaded was the head of an old Asian [sic] man with blood on his chin. I quickly closed the tab before the rest of the image loaded. To this day I wonder what the whole picture was but at the same time am thankful I didn’t see it.”

“TL: DR My slow internet probably saved me from seeing a gruesome picture”

6. Live Torture Streams

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There have many instances on the deep web where users have repeatedly found terrifying live streams. Some guy stumbled on a live stream where a girl was sitting in a chair and commanded people from chat window to tell her what kind of abuse she should do to herself. After many cuts, bruises, eye gouging, the girl eventually killed herself on the live stream.

This is not the only case where people have brought harm to themselves on a live stream in the deep web. These live streams are popular known as “Red Rooms” where even ISIS has started using this platform to conduct beheadings and murder. Unlike these people, I’m very happy watching bubblegum shit on Netflix.

7. The Human Experiment

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If you thought the Nazis were the last people to conduct human experiments during the Holocaust you couldn’t be wrong. This website is an index which provides documents for performing your own experiments in concentration camps.

The website claims that apparently, they have multiple warehouses where they perform such despicable experiments on humans. They conduct experiments such as injecting a pregnant woman with bleach, starvation, radiation exposure and even sterilisation. The website details that these humans being experimented on are homeless people abducted for the sole purpose of experimentation.

I think their slogan says it all “Not all humans are equal, for some of them were born superior to others”

Source: Pastebin, Reddit