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Month

April 2018

Month

April 2018

Garrote Torture

The Garrote Torture device was basically used for strangulation. The only real difference between the Medieval Garrote Device and a…

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Thumbscrews

The Thumbscrews was a tool that was commonly used for purpose of torture in the Medieval times. The device was simple…

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Stove Torture

A painful way to die. Someone being chained to a stove getting burned for what they did. Sorry that I…

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Rat Torture

The rat torture was a cheap and a effective way to torture someone with the use of rats. There were…

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Stone Torture

Sticks and stones may break my bones is a common phrase, but what the passage failed to mention was used…

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Saw Torture

The Saw was widely used through the Middle Ages. Mainly because tools that you need around the and no difficult…

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Beheading with Sword

The Executioner’s Sword was a sword designed specifically for decapitation of condemned criminals. These swords were intended for two hands…

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Knee Splitter

The knee splitter was a terrible torture. It was mostly used during the Inquisition. The instrument accomplisghed was to permanently…

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The Pendulum

The pendulum was a good way to get the person to confess. With the rope, the victim’s wrists were tied…

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Coffin Torture

The Coffin Torture was feared throughout the Middle Ages. The victim was placed inside the “coffin”. The torturers were well-known…

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The Judas Cradle

The Judas Cradle is a terrible medieval torture device where victim’s would be placed on top of the pyramid-like seat….

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The Wheel of Torture

Jean Calas, a French protestant cloth merchant from Toulouse in southern France, is broken on the wheel before being strangled…

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Baphomet

Some people believe that Lucifer is Baphomet. Lucifer is not Baphomet. Baphomet is an  idol. Baphomet was a deity that…

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