History will bear testimony to various heinous episodes where women were gang-raped by hundreds of men. If the person drops or lowers his head…you know what would happen next. Due to heavy blood loss or infection, death often followed. The pear consists of four leaves that open away from each other as the screw at the top is turned becoming wider and wider at the base. Those around the Barham Siding Road area have been impacted. People were also allowed to kick, spit and insult the person that was being punished.
Use This device was used during the Middle Ages as a way to torture women who conducted a , , , and homosexuals. Republican Marriage for nuns Image Credit: The Republican Marriage was a humiliating method to torture priests and nuns during the period of French Revolution. Continue reading next page… 6. The oral pear was often inflicted on heretical preachers, but also on lay persons guilty of unorthodox tendencies; the rectal pear awaited passive male homosexuals, and the vaginal one women guilty of sexual union with Satan or his familiars. This article was originally created and published by and is published here under a license with attribution to and. The women had no other alternative but to tolerate each other and say sorry to the authorities. Painful Torture Devices: Breast Ripper Or The Spider For those women who were accused or adultery, abortion or any other crime, they were subjected to the painful torture of the breast ripper or the spider.
There were many variants, but the most common was to force a rat through a victim's body usually the as a way to escape. After he had been crushed on the saltire, he was then publically displayed on the wheel. Anyone cast unto her becomes a traitor. The punished person was locked between the boards. They were designed to slowly crush the fingers and toes by placing them inside the instrument as the torturer controlled the handle on top. Removal of eyes from eye sockets Image Credit: During the rule of Qing Dynasty, it was quite common to see a Chinese woman or man tortured to Death using a number of brutal methods.
The ultimate result was death. Even forcing the prisoners to watch someone else being tortured on the rack was often enough to extract confessions. His jaw would be crushed, and his eyes popped out from the sockets. Dunking for punishing witches Image Credit: Women accused of witchcraft were usually tortured using dunking. This is also known as the 'choke-pear', though it is far less marvellous and dangerous than the pear of Palioly.
The victim was usually intermittently submerged for many hours until he or she revealed information or death had occurred. Death would be inevitable from any combination of starvation, dehydration or septic shock. Crushing Selection of crushing torture devices Even before the invention of the vise crushing the various appendages was a popular form of torture. A device is a heavy wooden pyramid that rises up on all fours, like a chair. Other variations of this torture include raising and rocking the victims before dropping them onto the tip of the pyramid-like seat. Then the eyes are squeezed from the sockets - some versions had special receptacles to catch them. Sometimes, were tied to the legs, to dramatically increase the pain, and eventually tear muscular tissues of the orifice.
The accused was tied to a stake and a fire was lit around them, as people cheered the person was set alight and burned to their death, quite a simple method really for medieval torture. The time of death greatly varied ranging from a few hours to a day or more. As well as using the rack there were other means of torture that were practised upon children and women and people either of lower crimes or with less strength, as the purpose of the torture was to often to get results, not really to kill the person. Scaphism is an Ancient Persian method of execution. This would stretch to orifice to breaking point, at which point the muscles would tear.
Most of the stories concerning the Iron Maiden were invented in the 19th century, by a man called Johann Philipp Siebenkees. Eventually, the victim's bones were with a loud crack, caused by snapping , or bones. 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. The one pictured above was made with hundreds of little spikes spread all over the sitting and leaning surface. Any movement by the victim would cause an increasing amount of pain. Punitively, it was used red-hot to mark the breast of unmarried mothers. It is said that it was used for slow and painful executions.
Despite its unusual premise, the Groundhog Day ceremony, which was heavily featured in the 1993 Bill Murray movie of the same name, is in fact a very real event that continues to be celebrated at the beginning of February each year in Pennsylvania. Even thinking about this torture method causes shivers around the body. This method was widely used during the Spanish Inquisition and in England and. First, his or her mouth would be opened with the mouth opener tool to allow the tongue tearer to be placed inside, grabbing the tongue. Sections of Wood were placed carefully under wrists, ankles, knees, hips and elbows. This generally involved suspending the victim by one or more of their limbs, often with the aid of weights and sometimes with the added torment of spikes.
It was basically a metal clamp type device shaped like a pear which was inserted into the mouth or other open areas. Then, the executioner would pour water onto hot coals that they placed under the grated platform. It was done repeatedly so as to choke the woman under water and to pressurize her to give her confession. The perforated top half was then re-attached. People could also be whipped, Boiled in water, oil or even lead. This torture method was one of the most painful among those used in the dark ages. This instrument's strength lies primarily in the psychological fear caused on the victims.