What is the Deepweb? If you don’t know, consider yourself lucky. The deep web consists of hidden websites that you need a special browser and a direct link to access. It’s completely anonymous, so obviously, some seriously heinous stuff goes down there. Selling and buying drugs is the most innocuous thing you can do on it. 


  • Recipes for Human Meat

    In CompSci, we often got bored and kicked around. One day we ran into the deep web. The most disturbing site we found was a comprehensive guide for cooking women. We’re not talking about a short joke here. This page had information on what body types to use for specific cuts, how to prepare these cuts, and how to cook the girl so she lives as long as possible. It horrifies me that people way worse than the freaks on Criminal Minds exist.”

  • Hitman Available!

     “A website advertising a hitman, his services costing increasingly more bitcoins based on the type of target. I don’t remember the exact amounts, but the order went something like this, from least to greatest: civilians, police, politicians, children. Shudder.”

  • Hello!

    “I downloaded Tor and within 20 minutes of downloading it and browsing random shit I got a phone call but there was no one there and they just hung up after 10 seconds. I didn’t even know if it was legal at the time so that was enough to freak me out and I stopped right there,”


  • We See You

    The user was following the online trail of a site he or she found. Then he or she found a document made just for them, making it known that the Redditor was not alone. “We see you,” the message wrote.

    The whole story goes that the user came upon a random page of what seemed like “random thoughts from different people.” So, the Redditor decided to press further. Looking through the source, compiling the IP addresses of all the comments, this user was trying to figure out what connected the people on this site.

    Then, something creepy happened:

    I finally came upon a web server with a huge directory of HTML files and TIFF images, with a few smaller subdirectories containing the same. nslookup returned no reverse records for the IP. A VisualRoute traced it as far as Colorado. The HTML files appeared to be recorded, a psychologist or similar mental health professional would keep. The images were of faxes, apparently of both military and medical nature.

    As I browsed from a subdirectory back to the parent, at the top of was a new HTML file named something like “1-.HELLO-THERE.html”. The time stamp was from right that minute. I opened it, and in plain text was the message “we see you”. No quotes, all lowercase. About 15 seconds later the server dropped.

  • The Human Experiment

    This unholy creep fest is a room on the deep web. The guys who run this site believe that not all humans are equal and to prove their point they find homeless people and do dark and possibly painful experiments were done on them. Experiments range from starvation and water/fluid restriction to exposing infants to harmful radiation. Yep, we told you it was a sick place.


  • Cannibal Forums

    Image result for cannibalismYep, this list is getting worse. Now banned by the German government this cannibalistic forum about eating people and being eaten by people was actively participated in. Some members even chat and arrange meetups via the forum to eat each other like, “I need someone to eat my fresh meat. I am juicy and tender.”  The weird world indeed!

    There are many more stories Confessed by Reddit users There are just a few of them.