It’s a sad irony we enter the world one way but have plenty of doors to make our final exit.So Many ways. Death isn’t ever pleasant but some ways are certainly much worse than others.
If most people had to choose, we’d guess it would be to die in their old age surrounded by family. Unfortunately, we rarely get to choose and some deaths come thrusting upon us without notice and escape. But, of all the ways to die, which are the most horrific? Here are 5 horrible ways to die
Flaying also know as being skinned alive has been around for a scary long amount of time. Since 800 BC, many ancient civilizations practiced it, including Greece, China, and the Aztecs. First, you’ll be tenderized before they filet large chunks of skin from your body. The pain obviously will be excruciating. Without your skin protecting it, your body will immediately be infected. You’ll get cold, numb, and your brain will do everything it can to make you feel better with endorphins. Eventually, you’ll go into shock and pass out before you die. You mostly die before this time
A Dragging Death usually involves a carriage or automobile with a rope tied around your hands or legs while the vehicle drags your body down a road. Being dragged behind a car going at high speeds will scrape your skin, pummel your muscles, and break plenty of bones. Most people who have endured this torture have rarely made it out alive. Imagine in this century being dragged by a Ferrari on the road side.SO BAD
Death by hanging was a common type of capital punishment for quite a long time and still is in certain parts of the world. There are two ways it can kill you. The first is by decapitation in which the neck and spinal cord are broken. Dying that way is considered more humane than the second way. The second way is strangulation in which the neck doesn’t break but the airway is blocked. So, instead of dying instantly, it takes minutes of extreme pain due to lack of oxygen.
2.BURNT AT THE STAKE
Cooking in your house and accidentally you ot burnt by fire your stoke or cooker. It’s very painful now imagine been burt and still burning at the stake was a common form of punishment in the middle ages especially for heretics and witches. While some might die of asphyxiation from the flames, if the fire was small enough it might roast the victim for much longer, causing unimaginable agony,pain and suffering
In the ancient world, especially the Roman Empire, crucifixion was so horrible the Romans wouldn’t do it to their own citizens and usually reserved it for rebellious slaves, foreigners, and soldiers who abandoned their post. First, the soldiers would brutally beat the victim until they had lashed lungs, broken ribs, and a damaged torso. Then, they’d be forced to carry their cross before it was set on the ground. After which they’d either tie up the person to the cross or nail them in. With the cross upright, it forces the prisoner to use their arms and legs to lift themselves to breathe. Most victims died of asphyxiation or cardiac arrest.