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17 f**king terrifying Wikipedia pages that will keep you up at night.

17 f**king terrifying Wikipedia pages that will keep you up at night.

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Wikipedia is a great place for getting information, even if that information is terrifying and ghoulish in nature. Are you interested in serial killers, horrible accidents, and incurable diseases? Well, then this is the list for you. Here are 17 truly scary Wikipedia pages, as chosen by people on Reddit.

1. The Fritzl Case, which was one of the cases that inspired the book, Room. (Via Bayleafqween)

The Fritzl Case, Basically a woman was locked in a basement by her father for 24 years. It's probably one of the most fucked up things I've read.

2. The diving bell accident on the Byford Dolphin. (Via TheCumCatcher)

The byford dolphin, its an oil rig that had an accident in one of its diving bells wherein a man was forced through a small metal opening by pressure...its brutal stuff.

Here's a little excerpt from the Wikipedia page.

Subsequent investigation by forensic pathologists determined Hellevik, being exposed to the highest pressure gradient and in the process of moving to secure the inner door, was forced through the 60 centimetres (24 in) diameter opening created by the jammed interior trunk door by escaping air and violently dismembered, including bisection of his thoracoabdominal cavity, which further resulted in expulsion of all of the internal organs of his chest and abdomen, except the trachea and a section of small intestine, and of the thoracic spine. These were projected some distance, one section later being found 10 metres (30 ft) vertically above the exterior pressure door.

Welp.

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