Someone commented on my post Exploring Tor Links Again, Just For You! the other day, and said the following:
“We want snuff/gore/rape websites.” I kid you not. Well, what did I expect when I write a blog about the dark web? Also, I noticed I had been getting a lot of comments on one of my older posts about red rooms, so maybe that needs some clarification.
As I said on the post Hmm _ Needs More Gore! (NSFW), though, there appear to be a lot more gore sites on the clearnet than on the dark web (at least from what I’ve discovered). Nonetheless, as a result of this comment, I did go searching for something of this nature, to see if I may have missed all the “interesting” stuff.
What I came up with, however, looks a little questionable (as much of the dark web does). I did my initial search on the not Evil search engine, which is still one of my favorites.
Searches for “gore” and “snuff” turned up some compelling results, to say the least. For instance, the first result had nothing to do with snuff (in the sense of snuff films), but rather snuff tobacco!
The first result related to what the commenter was talking about, however, was this site: http://snuffyknz5eb6spv.onion. Now, before you give me a hard time about sharing snuff movies on the blog, I need to point out – this could very well be a scam, like many other dark web sites.
I can’t verify whether or not this is real, but if anyone wants to give it a try, have at it. If you lose your bitcoin, I’m not responsible.
That being said, one site that I do know of that has gore photos and such is my favorite darknet social network, Psycho Social Network! I’ve talked about it on several earlier posts, like this one: Psycho Social Network: New and Improved!.
While it’s not a gore site in and of itself, several of the groups on the site are dedicated to sharing images and videos of that nature. So, that might be a good consolation prize!
As far as other stuff like this goes, it’s a shot in the dark (pun intended). There appear to be lots of sites offering “snuff videos” and such, but unless you pay for it, there’s no way to know if it’s real or a scam – and I tend to lean toward the latter!
Here’s an example. On a much earlier post, I talked about the site “Forbidden Video Studio,” which would allegedly produce any kind of crazy content you wanted for bitcoin:
The idea sounds sick enough, and for the record, that’s not what I’m into. That being said, the people who actually paid to watch this stuff may have been disappointed (just like those who paid for the so-called “red rooms”). To be honest, I hope they were!
More recently, I’ve come across some sites that use the same format (the stairway going down into the creepy basement pic), which may or may not be run by the same people. If the original was a scam, I’m inclined to think that these are too.
The one exception is that there are some sites which require special authorization to access (a.k.a. private onion services) – I have never accessed one of these, and it’s possible that they contain some very sick material. I don’t know for sure, though. See Creating Private Onion Services – traudt.xyz for more info on this.
Anyhow, your best bet is to join Psycho Social Network, or stick to the gore sites on the clearnet. I’m sure you can get your fix there, unless you want to commit the murders yourself.
I hope not, though.