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wrecked ship in Costinesti (Romania). It has become a kind of landmark of the village

Navíos encallados en arena del desierto dejado tras la desecación del Mar de Aral

Navíos encallados en arena del desierto dejado tras la desecación del Mar de Aral

The impalement device: A sharp pole with a strong wooden base can serve as the most torturous device . First the victim is stripped naked and then oil is poured into his anus or into the vagina (if the victim is a female). Then he is made to sit on the pole from the top. As time goes by, the victim slowly starts sliding down due to gravity and his own struggling movement. No doubt that many people would have died horrific deaths here!

The impalement device: A sharp pole with a strong wooden base can serve as the most torturous device . First the victim is stripped naked and then oil is poured into his anus or into the vagina (if the victim is a female). Then he is made to sit on the pole from the top. As time goes by, the victim slowly starts sliding down due to gravity and his own struggling movement. No doubt that many people would have died horrific deaths here!

shipwrecks | New Smyrna Beach Florida - Big Surfing Waves- Sand Dunes- Wetlands

shipwrecks | New Smyrna Beach Florida - Big Surfing Waves- Sand Dunes- Wetlands

The Eduard Bohlen, Conception Bay, Skeleton Coast, Namibia. The ship that ran aground off the coast of Namibia's Skeleton Coast on September 5, 1909, in a thick fog. Currently the wreck lies in the sand a distance from the shoreline.

The Eduard Bohlen, Conception Bay, Skeleton Coast, Namibia. The ship that ran aground off the coast of Namibia's Skeleton Coast on September 5, 1909, in a thick fog. Currently the wreck lies in the sand a distance from the shoreline.

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