If you are squeamish about pain and death, proceed with caution!
Death is something unavoidable. While most people would like to pass on in their sleep, not everyone is lucky enough to slip so peacefully away from life. Most of us go due to various diseases, heart attacks, car accidents, and more.
How many ways are there to die? While we can’t count the ways, horror movies have introduced us to unthinkable, torturous ways to go out. However, the media hasn’t always shown us the worst of the worst: Sometimes there are real life occurrences that are too painful and revolting to even think about.
Here, Redditors list the most painful real life deaths they’ve come across; the deaths have been so brutal that it stuck with them.
An Idea From a Monster
I would look at the case of Kiki Camarena.
Camerena was an undercover DEA agent that was captured and tortured by a cartel in the 80s. He was injected with amphetamines and other drugs to ensure that he remained conscious while being tortured over a 30-hour period, culminating with a hole drilled into his head with a power drill. (frenchtoast_assassin)
Respect the Fallen
Soldiers who fell into the bogs created by shell holes in no man’s land in WWI. It would take 12-24 hours to sink and drown in the mud. It was impossible to get out, toxic from the gas, and various other deadly items in it. (YoBuckStopsHere)
I read once a guy needed to crawl in and clean a bread baking oven that continued to rotate the conveyor in which the bread was on. The oven had been turned off and cooled, as it was supposed to be, but the guy cleaning didn’t give it enough to fully cool on the inside. So he climbed up on top over the conveyors as they slowly pushed him into the oven. About a 1/3 of the way in he realized it was too hot inside the oven and he tried to back out. The conveyors got caught on his clothes and such and kept feeding him through. He slowly cooked to death as the conveyor mercilessly pushed him through the long oven. He would have felt every bit of it. (Kaerevek)