People With Disturbing Tales To Tell

9 November 2010

Everybody included on the list is living and capable of telling their disturbing story. However, some of the people are currently in jail.

Lina Medina
In 1933, Lina Medina was born in Ticrapo, Peru. At the age of five, Lina was brought to the hospital by her parents complaining of extreme abdominal growth. She was originally thought to have a tumor, but doctors later determined that the child was seven months pregnant. On May 14, 1939, Lina Medina gave birth to a baby boy. The child was delivered by way of caesarean section, as Lina’s pelvis was too small to perform a natural birth. Her son was named Gerardo and weighed 2.7 kg (6.0 lb). Lina Medina officially became the youngest confirmed mother in medical history, aged five years, seven months and 21 days. The doctors who worked on Lina noted that she had an abnormal advancement in growth, with prominent breast development by the age of four. By age five, her body displayed pelvic widening and advanced bone maturation. However, the doctors could not explain how the 5-year-old girl became pregnant?


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James Joseph Dresnok
 In 1941, James Joseph Dresnok was born in Richmond, Virginia. James had a troubled childhood and enlisted in the US armed forces one day after his 17th birthday. After joining the military, Dresnok was positioned in the US and married an American girl. He was soon deployed to West Germany and served at a US military post for two years. Upon his return to the states, Dresnok discovered that his wife was living with another man. He got a divorce and reenlisted in the army. In the early 1960s, James Dresnok was shipped to South Korea. He was positioned along the Korean Demilitarized Zone between North and South Korea. Soon after his arrival, Dresnok was faced with a court martial after forging signatures on military paperwork. It has been revealed that he used the documents as permission to leave the base. On August 15, 1962, while his fellow soldiers were eating lunch, James Dresnok ran across an open minefield in broad daylight. He entered North Korean territory and was quickly apprehended by enemy soldiers. Dresnok was taken by train to Pyongyang, the North Korean capital, and interrogated. He ultimately convinced the North Korean government that he was not a threat and was given permission to settle in the area.
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Issei Sagawa
In 1949, Issei Sagawa was born to wealthy parents in the city of Kobe, Japan. At a young age, Sagawa became interested in world travel and moved to Paris, France. In 1981, he enrolled at Sorbonne Academy in Paris, taking classes in French literature. One of his fellow students was a Dutch woman named Renée Hartevelt. On June 11, Sagawa invited Hartevelt over to his apartment to study. Upon her arrival, Issei Sagawa viciously attacked and murdered Renée Hartevelt by shooting her in the neck. He then cut up her body and ate it. After he shot Renée, Sagawa sexually assaulted her dead body. Over the next couple days, he feasted on the remains of Renée Hartevelt. He ate up all her legs and the meaty portions of her body. He then attempted to dump her mutilated corpse in a remote lake, but was seen in the act and arrested by the French police. Upon interrogation, Issei Sagawa revealed some disturbing details about his cannibalism. He claims that he was surprised by the “corn-colored” nature of human fat. He described the meat as “soft” and “odorless,” like tuna.
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Robert Young Pelton

Robert Young Pelton is a Canadian author, filmmaker, and adventure seeker. Over the last fifteen years, Pelton has become famous for traveling around the world and documenting most of the world’s wars. He has been described as an adventurer and “witness” to conflict. Pelton has the uncanny ability to enter forbidden, violent, and deadly places and emerge with a stunning story. Many times these are tales of abuse, torture, war, and global injustice. Robert Young Pelton has traveled to and written about dozens of conflicts, including the battle of Qala-I-Jangi in Afghanistan, the siege of Grozny in Chechnya, and the rebel campaign to take Monrovia in Liberia. He spent months covering the war in Iraq and logged time with the CIA in the early stages of the hunt for Osama bin Laden. Over his lifetime, Robert Young Pelton has experienced many near death experiences. He survived an assassination attempt in Uganda and was kidnapped by right-wing Colombian paramilitaries in the Darién Gap.
The Darién Gap has been described as the Everest of backpacking and one of the world’s last wild places. Robert Young Pelton is a bestselling author and has published several political and survival guides. He is an expert in practical survival information and has provided training for people who work in high risk zones. From 1998 to 2003, Pelton was the host of the Discovery Travel Channel series The World’s Most Dangerous Places. He runs a website that provides current information for professionals, adventurers, and travelers who are planning to enter high risk areas. Robert Young Pelton is currently residing in Los Angeles, California and continues to publish articles describing conflict-related subjects. In 2010, it was revealed that Pelton worked as an information contractor for the US government during his travels. It has been reported that he helped the US effort in tracking and killing militants. However, this is a controversial story and Robert has denied any knowledge that he contributed to the coordinated attacks.

Cambodian Jungle Girl
On January 13, 2007 a young woman was captured in the dense jungle of Ratanakiri province in remote northeastern Cambodia. She was taken into custody after local workers noticed food missing from their lunch boxes. The woman was filthy, naked, and scared. The people who captured the woman reported seeing a naked man on the scene. The man ran into the jungle when challenged. It is said that he wielded a large sword and certain villagers have since labeled him a ghostly spirit. After hearing about the incident, 45-year-old Sal Lou traveled to the area and claimed the woman as his long-lost daughter Rochom P’ngieng. Rochom was lost in the jungle when she was eight-years-old. Sal Lou identified the girl based on a scar located on her arm. However, DNA testing has never been conducted to prove the woman’s true identity.
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The Radioactive Boy Scout
David Hahn is an American man that attempted to build a homemade nuclear reactor when he was 17-years-old. As a youth, Hahn became a member of the Boy Scouts of America. In 1994, he was working towards gaining a merit badge in Atomic Energy and started tinkering with some deadly elements. His experiment began when Hahn decided to gain samples of every element in the periodic table, including the radioactive ones. Over the span of a couple years, David Hahn gathered many deadly chemicals by extracting them from household products. He removed americium from smoke detectors, thorium from camping lantern mantles, radium from clocks and tritium from gun sights. Hahn’s used a large, bored-out block of lead for his reactor. He used lithium from $1,000 worth of purchased batteries to purify the thorium ash using a Bunsen burner.

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Dnepropetrovsk Maniacs












One of the worst random killing sprees in modern history struck the city of Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine in June and July of 2007. After an intense investigation, it was revealed that the culprits of the brutal crimes, labeled the Dnepropetrovsk Maniacs, were two teenage boys named Viktor Sayenko and Igor Suprunyuck. The duo was arrested and charged with the murder of 21 people in a 4 week span. The murders began on June 25 when two people were bludgeoned to death with a hammer. One of the victims was killed while sleeping on a bench across from the Public Prosecutors office. Over the next four weeks, 21 people were selected and killed at random. Many of the victims were vulnerable to attack, including pregnant women, children, elderly, vagrants, and citizens under the influence of alcohol. The teenage boys murdered multiple victims on most days, with two bodies being discovered every day from July 14 through 16, 2007. Most of the people were killed with blunt objects, including hammers and steel construction bars. The attacks were often directed at the victims’ faces, leaving them unrecognizable.
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General Butt Naked
During the First Liberian Civil War, Joshua Blahyi or General Butt Naked was a Liberian warlord and leader on the side of Roosevelt Johnson. Blahyi’s eccentric acts of violence and satanic rituals have made him the focus of many published articles. After the end of the First Liberian Civil War, Joshua Blahyi was interviewed by various media outlets and produced some chilling quotes. At age 11, Blahyi claims that the devil called him on the telephone and commanded him to perform human sacrifices. After the Liberian conflict began in the late 1980s, Blahyi gained the nickname General Butt Naked because he was known to lead troops into battle completely naked, with the exception of his shoes and gun. Apparently, he believed that his nakedness was a source of protection from bullets.
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Fang Jiantang
Since the beginning of 2010, some strange and violent mass murders have been carried out in the People’s Republic of China. In separate incidents, grown men are attacking and killing small children at Chinese schools. The murder sprees are gruesome and the victims are being slashed with long-blade knives, or bludgeoned with hammers and cleavers. These crimes are different from the typical school attack in Europe, Russia, and the US, where the perpetrator usually wields a gun. The murder sprees began with the Nanping school massacre, which was carried out on the morning of March 23, 2010, at an elementary school in Nanping. During the incident, a man named Zheng Minsheng viciously attacked a group of young children with a knife as they waited to enter their school gate. He ended up killing eight children and seriously wounding five others. Minsheng was subdued on the scene by three adults and taken into custody. He had previously worked as a community doctor, but was known to have mental health issues. He later told police investigating the crime that he thought his “life was meaningless.”

Frank and Janet Berger

Let me tell you the story of Oliver the Chimp. In 1960, Oliver was acquired as a young animal by trainers Frank and Janet Berger. Supposedly, the chimp was caught in the Democratic Republic of Congo and sold on the exotic animal black market. In appearance, Oliver clearly stands out in a group of male chimpanzees, as he has many human-like features. He looks nothing like a normal Common Chimpanzee and holds a flatter face. Oliver is a habitually bipedal animal. He has always walked upright and never moved on his knuckles like other chimps. He holds a bizarre pointed ear shape, freckles and a bald head. The Berger’s raised Oliver until 1977 when he was sold to Ralph Helfer and put on public display in a sideshow. In a 2006 interview with the Discovery Channel, Janet Berger claimed that she sold Oliver after he started tying to mate with her.
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