77 year old woman got hit by a train on Thursday, March 15, 2012 in Grivitsa, near Pleven, Bulgaria. It’s not clear whether it was an accident or a suicide.
This is all the info I have on the unfortunate event. The impact decapitated the woman, battered her severed head and totally mangled her body. If there is any such thing as total annihilation, this is basically it. And as if getting this mangled wasn’t bad enough, it looks as though this poor woman’s 77 year old boob got exposed in the process for everyone to see. Horrible tragedy, but a pretty solid boob for a 77 year old, no?
Photos by Yuriy Konov. Many thanks to my Bulgarian gore connection Veselushko for another set of amazing pics from Bulgaria. You won’t see those posted anywhere else except after they are stolen from here.
Hope you enjoy our brief intermission. I was aiming for a very remote lake about 200km from nearest settlement and 40 km from nearest passing road, but could not get to it. As soon as I got off the road, the amount of snow made the trail impassable. I only started and was waist deep in snow. Not only was moving through so much white stuff extremely laborious, it also quickly left me drenched which is no fun when it’s -18 Degrees Celsius outside and a snow blizzard is closing in on you.
There was no way I could make it all the way to the lake so instead I set up an auxiliary camp about 1km off the road. Time passes by very slowly when you’re all alone with no usual means of entertainment available, but I have a project I’m focusing most of my energy on (it involves a lot of digging through permafrost laced with endless maze of tree roots) so I don’t have time to feel bored or lonesome.
I was gonna ice fish in the lake for food and boil its water to drink, but without it I was cut off both. Lots of snow around seemed like decent enough source of water, but it’s ridiculous how little water a bucket full of snow melts into – nevermind the fact that it takes forever to melt it, even with fire going which, by the way is a major bitch to get started and keep burning. There is no dry wood in snow covered forest.
All things considered, I made a decision to hitch a ride back to the settlement to get a bit of food and some water to take back to the wilderness with me. And since they have internet here, I took advantage of it to post some new pics. Winter sure makes wilderness survival challenging. I will need months in a sauna just to stop shivering after returning but I totally recommend everyone to take a break from humanity. Perhaps don’t go ape shit like me, facing off the harshest of seasons in the harshest of environments, but do it to realize what I just did – that it take people to make people feel lonely. Rip them off a chance to make you feel isolated and you’re on the winning end of things. Woohoo for wilderness. See you in a few more days, though I’m still thawing my nuts in this warm room.