from time to time, without context or warning, say things like, “today at work I had pull a domino out of a dead man’s penis”. It was this sentiment exactly that led to today’s episode.
Have you ever ripped apart a deceased infant with your own two hands? Have you ever stored a human brain next to the frozen broccoli in your refrigerator? Can you differentiate between the smell of common road kill and the pungent and unique odor of a decomposing human body? Have you ever removed maggots from human remains, covered them in acrylic paint, and then allowed those universally reviled larvae to crawl about a canvas unknowingly and unwittingly creating something that could be described as art? Our new cohost has.
On this episode, we will talk with a man who has been held up at gunpoint on two different occasions. Both times, he was able to disarm the would-be robbers after repeatedly punching them in the face. During one of these incidents, Mike dialed 911 moments before striking his assailant with the phone he used to make the call. On the recording, tones and beeps can be heard over and over as Mike slams the receiver into the face of the criminal. Hear Mike recount the incident as we listen to this legendary 911 call.
The third and final part of our series on the Yellow Fever outbreak that devastated Philadelphia, PA in 1793.
Femdom, pegging, male chastity, public sex, dildos... Happy Valentines Day! On this episode, Kevin and guest co-host Ashley speak with a woman who knows exactly what she wants when it comes to fucking. Our guest, Molly, likes to keep her "boy" naked and subservient. Molly's "boy" regularly serves a role not too dissimilar from that of a 1950's housewife. Molly receives breakfast in bed on most mornings, and housecleaning is an exclusively male job in their household. Once's Molly's needs are met, she lubes up her harnessed dildo and infiltrates the ass of her partner.
I recently sat down with Blaine DuShane and Kori Hanna from the Alabama Take to talk about Where is the Line?, horror movies, music, and the that one time I came across a dead body.
In June 1981 a tiny annoying man finally gained the recognition he'd always wanted but that his hideous personality had prevented him from acquiring. After murdering, mutilating, and eating a young college student in Paris, Issei Sagawa became a B-list celebrity. His parents' wealth and a bit of luck led to Issei Sagawa walking free only a few years after committing his crime. For decades after, Issei enjoyed the attention that was bestowed upon him by those who were curious about the cannibal walking among them. He appeared on late night television shows and on cooking programs. He even made his way into the adult film industry. In this episode we'll discuss this insufferable pervert, and WITL? co-host Samantha will over share about her childhood "hypersexuality".
In 1976 the crew of the TV show The Six Million Dollar Man was preparing for an on-location shoot at a Long Beach California funhouse. During the preparation, a crew member accidentally knocked the arm off of what they had previously believed to be a papier-mâché mannequin. To their surprise, this mannequin's newly dismembered arm had a bone inside. Upon closer inspection it was learned that the mannequin was also anatomically correct, complete with a wisp of pubic hair.
Shannon Larratt was the founder of a website that became notorious as being one of the most unsettling destinations on the web. Contributors to the site routinely posted photos of their own body modifications which often included such invasive procedures as voluntary and medically unnecessary amputations. Shannon himself was one of the first people to have his eyeball tattooed. This website was however much more than a shock site for it's regular contributors. To them, it was a community within which self-expressionism could thrive. In this episode we explore Shannon's contribution to the body modification community, discuss all manner of penile self-mutilation, and we talk with "The Human Tackle Box" Russ Foxx.