View Full Version : The truth about necrobabes

25-09-09, 11:22 PM
I've always wondered why necrobabes and necrodudes went down.

I made an in-depth research and now I am going to present the results to you.

Those who have seen images from necrobabes will know that the site offered "play dead" and "simulated murder content" but no real images of dead people.

But two dudes, who were paying subscribers to necrobabes, one in the UK and one in the US have murdered young women by strangulation, exactly like they do in necrobabes.

Police found large collections of pics from the website in both guy's PCs and this was used as evidence in their trials.

In 2003 a guy named Graham Coutts murdered a young lady from Brighton, England in an autoerotic asphyxiation session.

In his trial Graham admitted he had a strong "strangulation fetish" and was a regular member of sites containing violent pornography like ogrish, necrobabes and the even more brutal hangingbitches.com.

Ahhh yes, the wonders of the internet. There was a site like this, similar to necrobabes.

Dude was sentenced to 26 years in prison.

The British Government made made possession of "violent pornography images" a criminal offence from 26 January 2009.

They ordered necrobabes and other similar sites to shut down.

But since they were all hosted in the US, all
their efforts were without success.

Newspapers in Britain, like the Guardian called necrobabes "sick" and "corrupting" but media in the US said the site was only for fantasy and no one was hurt in making the photographs.

In the United States autoerotic asphyxia kills an estimated 2,000 people per annum - more than tornado, flash flooding and lightning combined.

As of September 25, necrobabes is still closed.

The owners claim they didn't offer porn; but from the images we have seen we see the guys clearly stark naked and the chicks were playing with their cocks.

So if you live in Britain, simply possessing images from necrodudes/necrobabes is illegal.


26-09-09, 03:21 AM
I think Britain sucks.

A Pinch Better
27-09-09, 10:21 PM
So if you live in Britain, simply possessing images from necrodudes/necrobabes is illegal.

very sad! Glad I do not live in Britain.

28-09-09, 12:25 AM
So that's another law I am breaking, another thing to add to my ever growing list of illegal activities. oh good, my collection stays.
Laws are made to be broken, why have them if not?.

28-09-09, 05:26 AM
found this link, i think they had to change the site, to get around all the bad publicity, http://www.the-progressive-art-project.com/guest.php?galleries

someone on here may be confirm these are all the sets.

the rules on owning violent pornographic material, is a gray law and pretty much unenforcable.

but you can view the images online but cannot download them to get around the rules.

As the site class the images as art rather than a porn site., hence the change of site addresses, but seen a few sites i belong too. www.capturedguys. com hide the chloro scene pics when they go to archive, must be hosted on a british server!!!!

28-09-09, 08:52 AM
Can someone give me a pass for captureguys? I couldn't find any chloro scenes.

30-09-09, 07:36 AM
Internet,and other media can inspire.but the person has to be allready depraved in such a way too look at it,and then go further. Many like us seem close but not to the point of murder,like myself.

01-10-09, 06:06 AM
Can someone give me a pass for captureguys? I couldn't find any chloro scenes.
There aren't so many. It's mostly just tied up guys. I have a cd of older sets. I'll check if there are chloro scenes there.