An elderly couple were attacked by two 17-year-old boys in their house in a burglary attempt the wife survived but her 70-year-old husband succumbed to his injuries he was beaten and stabbed in the head.
I see a brain on the counter, and have a question. When a brain is removed from the skull, how hard or soft is it to the touch? I kow it can be sliced. Can it be squeezed? is it pliable in any way? Could someone bite into it?
(These questions are for research purposes only...heh, heh, heh.)
Freshly extracted human brain is soft as a jelly and when squeezed it quickly gets crushed and loses it shape. It's also sticky and can bleed a little when sliced with autopsy knife.
It's a beautiful experience to examine a human brain hold it cut it while the body itself remains on the table as an empty shell. The sound of cutting the cranial nerves is out of this world and when the brain is taken out the rest of the body is just a lifeless corpse and cold empty shell.
I also love cutting human skull with autopsy saw I get hard just by the sound when my colleagues do it.
So, I take it you can’t take a fresh brain and slice it like a loaf of bread or a slab of meat. It’s too soft or jelly-like to make slices and lay them on the table.
I, too, love these sounds. Autopsy or execution. The sound of knife, machete, or saw cutting into flesh, muscle, or bone is a magnificent turn on. Too often the video is without sound or the killers are yapping too much. But on the rare occasions I can hear a sharp instrument work its’ magic, I’m in absolute ecstasy.