The car you see in the background of the picture and in the video of this post is a light blue Austin Westminster. Together, a Buddhist monk and this unassuming vehicle helped change Vietnam, and to some extent, the world. … Continue reading →
On April 4, 1991 after failing to rob a store, four Vietnamese refugees took hostages at an electronics store called “Good Guys!” located near the Florin Mall in Sacramento, California. The hostage crisis resulted in six deaths – three hostages … Continue reading →
The Killing of America is a 1982 documentary that has never been released, distributed, televised or made available for sale in the USA. It contains footage which exposes the decline of ZOG controlled America. Directed by Sheldon Renan and produced … Continue reading →
It’s interesting to re-watch propaganda films from the past with the knowledge we have today. It’s also interesting to realize that our governments lie straight to our faces just the same today as they did back then (this is not … Continue reading →
This iconic photo for which Associated Press photographer Eddie Adams won a Pulitzer prize in 1969 captures Vietnamese general Nguyen Ngoc Loan summarily executing alleged Viet Cong captain Nguyen Van Lem during the Tet Offensive in Saigon, Vietnam. The execution … Continue reading →
This Vietnamese man was going to commit suicide by hanging himself off a bridge over Bai Cháy, which is an artificial, but really nice beach not far from famous Ha Long Bay (look up pictures of Ha Long Bay if … Continue reading →
If I understood it correctly, this is the aftermath of a road rage gone bad. A motorcyclist got in the way of an SUV, an altercation ensued resulting in motorcyclist getting stabbed and then crushed to death as the driver … Continue reading →
In a bizarre twist to the case of domestic violence in the province of Cao Bang in Vietnam, a man felt guilty about slashing his wife three times with a machete following an argument and to punish himself for what he’s done to her, he turned the machete on himself and slit his own throat. The video which combines gore with gross shit captures the strangely calm man with visibly ruptured airway coughing phlegm out of the gash. The do it yourself tracheotomy may not be such a brilliant idea after all. Brutal cut to do onto oneself – he can count himself lucky for not severing his jugular veins.
I never know what the reaction’s going to be like when I post antique black and white photos. The thing is – these old photos have atmosphere that is hard to come by in contemporary photos. But because they are often not as gory as the modern, color shots, they could easy come across as boring or uninteresting. I feel inspired after yesterday’s post with antique Chinese execution photos so I’m gonna share a few of my favourite photos that are from way back then. Hope you guys won’t mind. We’ll be back to our regular programming tomorrow.
Black and white, sepia toned photos in this set are of captured Vietnamese pirates. Taken between 1884 and 1885 by Dr. Hocquart, the photos depict the trial and execution of the convicts the way they were carried out at the end of the 19th century.
Post Execution Collection of Decapitated Heads – Basket is Ready
Executioner is Ready. The Head will Fall
Convicts on the Way to the Killing Field Where They Will Be Executed by Decapitation
Trial During Which the Vietnamese Pirates Were Senteced to Death
This is quite easily the most extraordinary video I have posted on Best Gore yet. A police officer from Vietnam was run over by a truck. As he got caught between the wheels, his body was literally split in half … Continue reading →