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Martín sombra and the fuerza caníbal (CW?)

The FARC was an extinct guerrilla group but at the time it was one of the largest and most dangerous terrorist groups in all of Colombia and Latin America. One of its members aka Martín sombra He revealed in an interview that he organized a group called cannibal forces made up of children between 15 and 10 years old Its function was to help the bodies disappear, of course by eating them, it is known that the cannibal forces were made up of 700 children more Information in the attached link (Spanish website)


Sergei Vasilyevich Ryakhovsky (Сергей Василевич Ряховский) murdered, mutilated and raped 19 victims, consisting mostly of homosexuals, homeless people and the elderly between 1988 and 1993 killed in and around Moscow. He also assaulted six other victims who survived the attacks. He often targeted women, homosexuals and teenagers as they were more vulnerable and he saw it as a form of «pest control». Ryakhovsky stood ar 6'6ft / 198cm tall and weighed 286lbs / 130kg, gaining him the nickname «The Hippo».



Ryakhovsky was plagued with serious health issues from a very young age, catching pneumonia, asthma, and not speaking until the age of three due to brain damage caused by birth trauma. When in his mothers womb, Ryakhovsky's foetus was so large that doctors were required to do a caesarian, however when she fell into labour they failed to do this. Unlike many serial killers, Ryakhovsky experienced a loving and caring childhood in his family's country house in the suburbs of Moscow, and he took a kindness to animals having a pet parrot and saving a stray kitten. Keeping this kitten for around a year, Ryakhovsky became inconsolable after its death, being a sensitive young boy. His parents responded to this by installing an aquarium in his room where he would reportedly spend hours with his fish.

However socialising proved a difficult task for him, he often skipped school due to his health issues making him an «outcast» to classmates and teachers. On one hand he struggled to communicate efficiently with others, but he sometimes exploded in a hot-tempered aggressive manner. Other kids often mocked Ryakhovsky due to his tall stature and excessive weight, as well as the fact his mother often walked him to and from school holding his hand up to the age of twelve years old. Due to his health issues Ryakhovsky's mother proved to be overprotective, showering her son with love whilst also acting as a watchdog for any trouble targeted his way. As he grew, Ryakhovsky spent his free time alone due to a lack of friends, and took to mending radios as a hobby. Despite this, throughout higher education he took up no extracurriculars.

After completing college Ryakhovsky worked at a local factory in the OTK NPO «Cryogenmash» (Криогенмаша) as an electrician for just a year. Following this he mostly relied on his parent's retirement benefits to survive, struggling to find stable employment. This proved to be a trend in Ryakhovsky's life as he also lacked romantic relationships, once having a girlfriend who ended up leaving him as she «felt uneasy whenever around him».

«I ended the relationship as quickly as I could. (He was) aggressive, always attempting to start fights or arguments with other people.»

It is often suspected that Ryahkovsky's failure in his love life and attempts to connect with females led him to commit the chain of events which was soon to come.


In 1982, now 20 years old, Ryahkovsky said he began to feel «an irresistible desire for intimacy with a woman». He made several attempts to stalk and rape elderly women at night around Golyanovo (Гольяново) in East Moscow, being arrested and convicted of hooliganism and serving a four year prison sentence after his eleventh attack. Whilst serving this sentence Ryahkovsky was repeatedly raped by other inmates due to the nature of his crimes, despite having a larger stature than the rest of them.

Because of his experiences in prison, Ryahkovsky became disgusted by homosexual men, expressing a desire to «eradicate them from the streets» and «purge them from the earth» to «reincarnate them as normal people». In 1988, Ryahkovsky met with a man who offered to pay him for sexual acts, to which he agreed and met with him in the woods the following day. He ultimately attacked the man with a screwdriver, stabbing him multiple times until he died. After, Ryahkovsky stripped his dead body and positioned him in «a way which expresses his sexual orientation», face down, ass up.

His victim, 35 year old Anatoly Vilkin (Анатолий Вилкин). He had a wife and two daughters whom he hid his homosexuality from.

He took to his old ways of stalking elderly women, however this time the aim was to murder them. Ryahkovsky would proceed to rob his second victim, taking her money and war veteran certificate. Surviving the initial attack and being found by her neighbour then rushed to hospital, 70 year old Claudia Khokhlova (Клавдия Хохлова) died two days after. Below is a video from a news interview with the neighbour who found Claudia, where he explains she failed to identify Ryahkovsky.


The Killing Spree

This section briefly explains Ryahkovsky's murders after 1988, equipped with photos where available.


January 2nd, 1989, Ryahkovsky was hit with a ski pole accidentally by 16 year old Vitaly Zaitsev (Виталий Зайцев). He became furious as Vitaly failed to apologise, continuing his skiing. Ryahkovsky followed him, chasing him into a secluded area where he proceeded to strangle him with a scarf and rape his dead body with the very same ski pole, stabbing and tearing his anus.

? July, 1990, Ryahkovsky murdered 45 year old Irina Shumakova (Ирина Шумакова), acting out his newfound interest in beheading.

February 22, 1991, Ryahkovsky murdered and raped Tatiana Norkin (Татьяна Норкин). Sadly, there is not much public information on this murder, though it is believed he strangled her before raping and mutilating her dead body.

September 7, 1992, Ryahkovsky began hunting homosexual men again. He frequented at Izmailovsky park, a known spot in Moscow for gay men. He would pose as a lonely homosexual male looking for a partner. It is here that 60 year old victim Osipovich Nicholas (Nikolai) Belkin (Осипович Николай Белкин) offered sex in a nearby bush, where Ryahkovsky proceeded to stab him to death and then rape his dead body.

? October, 1992, 38 year old Oleg Boldin (Олег Болдин) met a similar fate to the Nikolai, only one month after, where he also met Ryahkovsky at Izmailovsky park.

? January, 1993, Ryakhovsky attacked 73 year old Boris Osipov (Борис Осипов) who was collecting sticks in a forest. Osipov attempted to scare Ryakhovsky with an axe as he immediately felt threatened because of his large stature, but was ultimately overpowered and strangled to death. Ryakhovsky then beheaded Osipov, as well as removing all his limbs.

March 9, 1993, 55 year old Olga Shuiko (Ольга Шуйко) was attacked by Ryakhovsky on her way home when standing at a bus stop. She was dragged to an abandoned barn and tortured by Ryakhovsky until death, where he put a lit firecracker in her vagina, which exploded and disfigured her entire body, killing her.

April 8, 1993, 13 year old Rinat Khabibulin (Ринат Хабибулин) passed Ryakhovsky his wallet when he dropped it on a train. They began talking, and Ryakhovsky lured the boy to the forest, where he beat and strangled him, then raped and dismembered his dead body. He proceeded to start a fire, burning the boy's head and schoolbooks he was carrying with him.

April 12, 1993, Ryakhovsky attacked 62 year old Anna Narsisyan (Анна Нарсисян) at a bus stop. He wrote on her dead body in lipstick: «Привет из Чечни» (Greetings from Chechnya).


Ryakhovsky was arrested on April 13th 1993, where a police ambush was waiting for him at one of his designated torture huts. Interestingly, he was not instantly arrested, instead detectives asked him for a cigarette, however Ryakhovsky began running as he detected they were undercover. When officers caught up with Ryakhovsky they failed to handcuff him due to his size and strength, instead they aimed their guns at him until he surrendered. Initially, Ryakhovsky only confessed to one murder, yet the next day when led to the scene of Rinat Khabibulin's corpse, he began admitting to every murder with excitement.

«He couldn't hide the joy on his face when presented with the crime scene photos. He was saying things like, «Oh, is that how that ended up?», and laughing, like an old man looking back on childhood memories with nostalgia. He even asked if he could keep one of the photos because he was mesmerised with how the victim's eyes bulged out their corpse.»

In court, Ryakhovsky's lawyer used a strange tactic for defending him, pleading his defence on the basis of the Soviet school system. Lawyer Korelov insisted that Ryahkovsky «...was badly damaged by the way Soviet schools operated and by the way they treated children» and therefore cannot be held responsible for the terrible crimes with which he had been charged.

«Teachers not only ignored the abuse but failed to intervene after it became clear Ryakhovsky was developing deep psychological problems, seeing visions and hearing voices as a secretive teen. Soviet schools worked hard to impose conformity on all pupils,» Korelov explained. «Everybody in a particular grade was assumed to have reached the identical level of academic, athletic and social ability. No allowances were made for individual differences. Ryakhovsky desperately needed psychiatric help but no Soviet school would have provided this because they didn't view their pupils as individuals, only as parts of a collective.» Korelov said.

Despite this, Ryakhovsky was found guilty and sentenced to the death penalty by firing squad. Any claims of mental illness were considered invalid and ultimately dismissed. However, as it had plagued Ryakhovsky in his childhood, he became sick with tuberculosis which the prison refused to treat. As a result of this, Ryakhovsky died in his cell on January 21st 2005 at a maximum-security penal colony in Solikamsk, Perm Oblast, Russia.



Attached below is a brief clip from an interview with Ryakhovsky near the time of his death where he tries to explain the murders «without censorship from the press, as I experienced before».

Kidnapped + Car stolen :darkwhy:


Man cuts person orggans and eating

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NOTE: The Slivko Tapes have been posted before. This is simply adding more information as previous posts are not only dated, but lacked proper documentation of the events. If you don't care for that and just want the video, scroll to the end.


Anatoly Yemelianovich Slivko (Анатолий Емельянович Сливко) a 23 year old from the Soviet Socialist Republic in Russia, was married and the father of two young children, however to say he was a happy man would not really be the case. Slivko was an insomniac who lacked an appetite, hated his own appearance and had great difficulty getting it up raising a desire to sleep with his wife, Lyudmila, that he had met a few years earlier within Russia's Boy Scout Club where he was employed.

Although Anatoly courted young Lyudmila, they never touched during that courtship nor did they share so much as a kiss. Even following their wedding, and throughout a 17 year marriage, sex came so rarely that Lyudmila counted herself lucky to have conceived their two sons. Anatoly was a good husband and father but something, even he did not understand, was definitely lacking in his life and probably always had been.


That is until one afternoon in the summer of 1961. It was that day that Slivko came face to face with the missing piece of his life. Slivko witnessed a horrific accident that would change him forever. He watched helplessly as an intoxicated motorcyclist collided with a group of pedestrians on the city streets, fatally wounding a teenage boy. However, Slivko described himself as unable to take his eyes from the accident. He could smell the gasoline seeping from the motorcycle, as well as the small fire that had erupted in the collision, and he was suddenly just as intrigued by his own sexual excitement as he stared on at the scene before him.

«The boy had experienced convulsions in his death throes as the smell of gasoline and fire permeated the air ... That boy looked so helpless, especially in his uniform. It reminded me of how I felt inside myself after a childhood of pain and suffering. Each time he cried out in agony, I became more excited. (By the time of the boy's death), I became oblivious to everyone else apart from that boy.»

He watched, not understanding this strange, new means of arousal, but knowing it was caused by the horrible view before him. And it was, he realised, every single one of the components of the horrific scene in its entirety that was turning him on. The smells, the fire, the death struggle of the young boy, as he convulsed wildly in his death throes and the Young Pioneers uniform, with the crisp white shirt, the polished shoes and the slim tie, that the teenager wore. Each piece of the strange, gruesome puzzle adding a layer of intrigue that Slivko would soon come to use frequently to try and regain that same level of sexual arousal for the next twenty two years.

«I felt an attraction to boys for the first time in my life. There was a lot of blood and gasoline on the asphalt. The smell of gasoline and fire. I suddenly felt a desire to hurt young boys like him [the victim of the accident]. The feeling haunted me, and I had to move far way to make the desire disappear. But after 5-6 months, after an ejaculation during sleep, the same excitement rose again and constantly pursued me.»


In 1963, nearly a year after realizing this unique side of himself, Anatoly Slivko began exploiting his position in the Children's Club, known as the Chergid (Чергид) where he was yet employed. He began by forming closer relationships with some of the young boys in his group.

Because he was well respected in his area and had won awards for some of his short films, the youngsters, as well as the adults, enjoyed and trusted his company. He built his strongest ties with boys that were between the ages of 13 – 17 and always of a shorter stature. And, because he was «tourism wise», he was approved to form hiking trips for the children in the club.

Wanting desperately to relive in fantasy, the motorcycle accident that had sexually aroused him and released his inner self in the summer of '61, Slivko set the stage for his first «experiment» as he would come to call them. He convinced a young boy to allow him to conduct a ‘controlled hanging to unconsciousness', telling the young man it was with a premise of stretching the boy's spine. When the hanging boy was unconscious, Slivko removed the noose, laid the body to the ground and masturbated and ejaculated onto the boy's shoes. (Evidently, also discovered that he had a new fetish to explore! Feet :marseyfeet:) Once the boy regained consciousness, he was not able to recall anything.

Anatoly Slivko killed his first victim in June of 1964. Filming and photographing the event from beginning to end, Slivko hanged a 15-year-old named Nikolai Dobryshev (Николай Добрышев). Once the boy had lost consciousness, Anatoly removed the noose and posed the child in a position that he found sexually arousing, then masturbated over him all the while caressing and fondling the boy's dead body.

When Nikolai did not wake and Slivko was unable to revive him, he dismembered the body, burned it and buried it. He kept the shoes as a souvenir but destroyed the film and pictures that he'd taken of the event. (He told the police after his arrest that he had not intended to murder this particular victim).


In May of the following year, 1965, Slivko chose and killed his second young victim, Aleksei Kovalenko (Алексей Коваленко). His favorite ploy after gaining a particular boy's complete adoration, trust and confidence, which didn't take much as the boy's loved their club leader, would be to tell his would-be-victim of an «experiment» that he wanted to try which involved hanging until unconscious, stretching the spine and then the revival of the victim.

Trusting that Slivko would do as he said and revive the child after losing consciousness, most of the boys became willing participants in these so called «experiments». Once Anatoly had his target in mind and the consent of the boy, he would buy the young man a new Young Pioneers uniform (a must for this experiment in order to replicate his beloved fantasy) and have this child's shoes shined. The only thing the child himself had to do for the «experiment» was to obey one rule which was to not eat for three hours before the experiment. (Slivko did not want his victim to vomit during the death act)

Over the next 22 years Slivko was able to persuade 43 young boys to take part in this «hanging experiment». In 36 of those cases, Anatoly Slivko was able to revive the ‘hanged' victim, who was likewise then cautioned into secrecy about the experiment, and they went on their way not being able to remember much about the event at all. And it would not be until many long years later (22 to be exact) did any of those 36 ‘boys' (now men) realise that many of the other «experiment» volunteers had not been as lucky as they were. But, due to the video recordings that Anatoly made of each «experiment», they would come to understand what he had actually done to them while they lay unconscious before him, and who they would then realise had not been a friend, but a fiend that had used them for his own perverted sexual pleasures and fetishes.

As the films and photographs would show, once the hanging boy was unconscious, Slivko would free him from the noose and lay him to the ground. He would strip them naked, while caressing and fondling them, then arrange the body in strange, suggestive positions, then masturbate over them. Slivko then would allow the child to wake or, if need be, work at reviving the victim himself. Once the child was fully awake, he would be left with very little memory of the event and none at all of the molestation.

However, not all subjects were as lucky as others. In seven of the cases, something went wrong as Slivko wanted more. He wanted, or perhaps needed, what the original accident scene had sparked in him. He needed that strange, new sexual excitement again. The blood, the gasoline, the fire, the convulsing body attempting to stay alive while in the throes of certain death.

With these victims, his mindset was set on the violence that he originally desired to inflict on a young boy. These children, once lost in the unconscious state due to the hanging, would have their bodies dismembered, gasoline poured on their limbs and torso and set on fire so as to remind Slivko of the traffic accident which once awakened his libido.


After the disappearance of his last victim, the police began to investigate the activities of Slivko's club. They found a dark room that belonged to Anatoly and inside they discovered the truth about the ‘good and respected man of the community.' His tools, the rope, saws, axes and shoes were among the pictures and the videos that he had kept for twenty two years.

He was arrested in December of 1985 and was charged with seven counts of murder, sexual abuse and necrophilia. After he was convicted of raping and murdering seven boys, Slivko was sentenced to death. However, he wasn't immediately executed for his crimes, enabling law enforcement to interview him in 1989 in an effort to gain insight into the mind of another Soviet serial killer who had been terrorizing Rostov Oblast since 1978.

Slivko cooperated with investigators, even telling them the unidentified serial murderer probably killed his victims for the same reason that Slivko took the lives of seven boys: it was the only way that he could achieve an erection and sexual satisfaction. Even though Slivko «offered nothing of practical use for the investigation», the following year police apprehended the serial killer who had murdered more than 50 women and children from 1978-1990: Andrei Chikatilo (Андрей Чикатило).

Shown below is a video depicting Slivko's acts, filmed himself and retrieved by the police force.

Known victims:

  • 1963-1985: 43 boys hanged and molested

  • June 2, 1964: Nikolai Dobryshev, 15 (his body was never found)

  • May 17, 1965: Aleksei Kovalenko, 15

  • November 14, 1973: Aleksander Nesmeyanov, 15

  • May 11, 1975: Andrei Pogasyan, 11

  • June 1980: Sergei Fatsiev, 13

  • April 1982: Vyacheslav «Slava» Khovistik, 15

  • July 23, 1985: Sergei Pavlov, 13

TLDR: Drive responsibly, or you might ignite a chain of child abuse, murder and necrophilia.



Emile Louis, one of the worst French serial killers.

Émile Louis known as “the butcher of Yonne”

born January 26, 1934 Auxerre (Yonne)

died October 20, 2013 Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy (i dont like this city too much terrorist).

He is a French serial killer. He is at the center of the Yonne missing persons affair.

He was convicted of sexual assault on minors in1983 (four years in prison) and1989 (five years in prison).

December 2000, he confesses to the murder of seven young disabled girls who disappeared in the 1970s in Yonne , but retracts a month later.

March 2004, he was sentenced to twenty years of criminal imprisonment for rape and torture of his wife and his daughter-in-law.

November 2004, Émile Louis is sentenced by the Yonne Assize Court to life imprisonment for “the affair of the missing women from Yonne” . He decides to appeal .

June 2006, the Paris Court of Appeal confirms a sentence identical to that handed down at first instance for this case: life imprisonment with a security sentence of 18 years and compensation for the victims' families. The criminal chamber of the Court of Cassation rejects his appealSeptember 2007


Françoise Lemoine

She died in 1977 or 1978, at the age of 26. Bernadette's sister was living with Émile Louis at the time of her disappearance. The latter had found him a job and accommodation in a hotel close to his own place of work. She had abruptly left this job and disappeared for good.

Christine Marlot

She disappeared on January 23, 1977, at the age of 15. She was placed at the medical-educational institute (IME) of Grattery, in Yonne.

Jacqueline Weiss

His body was discovered in December 2000 on the instructions of Émile Louis, during searches carried out by the gendarmerie on the banks of the Serein. The police found a cloth in his mouth which had gagged him. Placed with the family of Émile Louis, Jacqueline Weis disappeared on April 4, 1977, at the age of 18. Her foster father had taken her to the Avallon station where she was to take a job.

Chantal Gras

She was Émile Louis' “favorite” on the bus. Aged 18, she disappeared while attending the Auxerre Medical-Educational Institute and was placed with a foster family in Villefargeau. Chantal Gras had left her host family's home, without personal belongings. Émile Louis had just dropped him off there, like every evening. According to her foster parents, Chantal Gras appeared to be intimate with Émile Louis.

Madelaine Dejust

She disappeared on July 27 or 28, 1977 in Auxerre. His body was found in December 2000, on the instructions of Émile Louis in December 2000, during searches carried out by the gendarmerie on the banks of the Serein.

Next to his skeleton, clothes were found. Madeleine Dejust, who went daily to Auxerre thanks to the transport service provided by Emile Louis, had left her nanny's home, in Villefargeau, in the latter's vehicle, without taking any personal effects, and she was never returned.

Bernadette Lemoine

She was married and 20 years old. She disappeared in the first quarter of 1977. She has a sister, Françoise. She also a victim of the serial killer.

Martine Renault

At the age of 16, on September 26, 1979, she left the home in which she was staying in Saint-Georges-sur-Baulche. She never gave any sign of life again. Émile Louis transported her daily from home to her school. The teenager had confided to those around her that the driver was touching her.

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Chantal Paradis & Karine Paradis (mother&daughter)

raped and abused with barbarism

Chantal Paradis was barely coming out of depression. By marrying Emile Louis in 1992, she was unaware that he had, on two occasions, been convicted of sexual violence. After his arrest in December 2000, a careful investigation began in the Midi. It shows the portrait of a "pervert" capable of "socio-criminological danger", according to the psychiatrists who examined him. His "pathology" would be animated by the "hatred of his bastard status" and by the "hate of women". It is this contempt that would explain that its targets are "psychologically weakened" children or women

🧌 TK U 🧌


gamer boy dies from seizure

CHILD WARNING Man in agony after getting shot and tortured gets finished off with a sleeper (by kids???)


CHILD WARNING EFFORTPOST (Child Warning) A Collection of rare Human Anatomic Specimens - Pickled Punks - WPD EXCLUSIVE + giveaway

Video info and credits

The specimens seen in this video are all apart of the Naguib Pasha Mahfouz collection which are housed at the Naguib Pasha Mahfouz museum in Egypt. These are the first specimens in this collection to be digitally photographed and uploaded to the internet as part of what is going to be the museum's digital platform & venue once finished.


The title and artist of the song in the beginning is unknown to me.

Lair by Lucas King

Demons call by BatchBug

sound mixed and edited by Rainonthescarecrow

Embryonic and Fetus Anatomical Fluid-Preserved Specimens

Other terms used:

Wet Specimens

Fetal Specimens

Miscarriage Specimens

Stillborn Specimens

Pickled Punks (Carney and sideshow term)


Medical study, and research

Public education

Carnival/Sideshow/Freakshow Exhibits


Embryonic and Fetus Specimens were instrumental to our understanding of early life development, pregnancy, and child birth.

Were vital to the development of the medical fields of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

The knowledge gained from studying these specimens has led to treatments, procedures, and extremely important insights that have saved countless lives.

About Naguib Pasha Mahfouz

Professor Mahfouz is looked upon as the father of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in Egypt. He was the first professor of the speciality in Egypt and the Middle East. He established the first midwifery school in Egypt. His book on obstetrics “The Art of Midwifery and Obstetrics” remains a classic until this day. He established the first clinic for the neonates in Cairo in 1927 and the government adopted the scheme nationwide after the success of the first clinic.

Naguib Mahfouz qualified in 1902. He volunteered to work in a town in Asyiut, where an epidemic of cholera had just broken out. He traced the source of infection to a polluted water well that supplied most of the town with water. After condemning the well, the epidemic came to an end. He set his heart on specialising in obstetrics and gynaecology. He had his personal reasons because his own delivery was a complex one as his mother was in obstructed labour for three days. He was recommended by the British General Health Manager of Egypt to join Qasr el Eini Medical School where he was appointed assistant surgeon. He then established the first outpatient gynaecological clinic in Egypt. It proved to be very popular. The medical school appointed him as the first professor of obstetrics and gynaecology in the country.

He pioneered surgery of gynaecologic fistulae, his work on fistulae remains a standard operative technique until this day. A copy of his book, “Mahfouz Atlas Of Gynaecology and Obstetrics” is kept in the library of The Royal of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in London.

He established the first pathology museum in gynaecology which was highly commended by the President of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of the day.

The Nobel prize winner Nagib Mahfouz the writer was named after Professor Mahfouz.

A freezing day on 5 January 1882. “I was born in a state of white asphyxia, the worst form of foetal distress. I was breathless when I was born and did not meet life with screams as most babies do. The midwife and doctor who attended my mother took me for dead. I was placed, together with the placenta, in a copper tray near an open window. My family was told that I was stillborn. Half an hour later my aunt Hana whispered to the midwife that she noticed that the baby was breathing feebly every few minutes whereupon the midwife wrapped me up, cut the cord, and did what she could to resuscitate me.”

From such a precarious start to life, Naguib Mahfouz went on to become the first Egyptian professor of obstetrics and gynaecology at Kasr-El-Aini Hospital, a post he occupied until he retired in 1947. Among his many achievements, his research into surgical techniques of fistula repair made him world famous. He was a prolific author on a wide variety of subjects including urinary and faecal fistulas, fibroids, ectopic pregnancy, ovarian tumours, pelvic infections, and endometriosis.

The Mahfouz museum at Kasr-El-Aini Hospital, which he founded at his own expense, contains a unique collection of obstetric and gynaecological specimens. His magnum opus, the Atlas of Mahfouz's Obstetrics and Gynaecological Museum (John Sherratt, 1949), was described by the then president of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Sir Eardley Holland, as “no doubt the best book that has appeared in obstetrics and gynaecology.” Mahfouz became a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and an honorary fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, the Royal College of Surgeons of England, and the Royal Society of Medicine.

In his autobiography (The Life of an Egyptian Doctor, Livingstone, 1966) Mahfouz tells why he specialised in obstetrics and gynaecology: “One day . . . Dr Shoukry . . . asked me to help him in a difficult case of labour. I went with him to his clinic and there found on the operating table a lady whom they had tried, unsuccessfully, to deliver with forceps without anaesthesia. For two hours Dr Shoukry tried, unsuccessfully, to deliver the head with forceps but it would not come down. He then asked me to change places with him and try to do a podalic version and bring down a foot as my hand and arm were thinner than his. I declined saying that I had no experience whatsoever in deliveries. Dr Shoukry tried to pull down a foot and it took him a whole hour before he succeeded. He and his assistant were able to deliver the body of the foetus up to the shoulders only but the head would not come down. They went on pulling the shoulders until the body of the foetus was severed from the head. I suggested taking the patient to the Government hospital or else calling an obstetric surgeon into consultation. They replied that among all the Egyptian and foreign doctors in Alexandria there was not one who was an Obstetrician. In the morning . . . I was told that she (the patient) had died during the night with the baby's head still in her uterus. . . . It was then that I resolved to do everything in my power to study obstetrics and gynaecology and to dedicate my life to help women suffering from difficult labour.”

Naguib Mahfouz was initially assigned to the Cairo railway station to examine suspected cholera patients coming from Upper Egypt. Not a man who would shy away from the call of duty, Mahfouz paid a visit to the Health Department Director General and demanded to be sent to Mousha, a village in Upper Egypt near Assiut which was particularly hard-hit by the deadly disease and where a doctor had just succumbed to the same disease he had been sent to fight. A bewildered Director General could only agree to his request. In Mousha, Young Mahfouz traced the cholera deaths to an infected well in a farmer's house. Within a week of the discovery of the well, the Mousha cholera epidemic had come to an end. It is ironic that a nineteen-year-old medical student succeeded where a body of the ablest and most experienced British Public Health Department experts had failed. Mahfouz subsequently had similar success in fighting cholera in each of Deirout in Upper Egypt and Alexandria.

Naguib Mahfouz qualified as a doctor in December 1902 coming top of his year. In 1904 and after a two-year spell at Suez hospital, he was appointed as an anaesthetist at Kasr El Aini hospital. As there was no such thing as a department of obstetrics or gynaecology at Kasr El Aini hospital, Mahfouz started a weekly gynaecological outpatient clinic. This turned out to be such a success that two whole wards were soon dedicated to obstetrical and gynaecological patients. This is how the first department of obstetrics and gynaecology in Egypt came into existence. Much of the experience that Mahfouz acquired in dealing with difficult labour came from an agreement that he had struck with the medical officers who delivered women at home. Whenever these were faced with a difficult labour, they would call him into attendance. For his part, he would attend to the patient's house and help them deal with the most complicated cases at no fee whatsoever for himself. During the subsequent fifteen years, Mahfouz attended about two thousand women with difficult labour in their own homes. During this time, he recalls sleeping no more than two nights a week in the comfort of his own home. One of the children that Naguib Mahfouz delivered, after a difficult labour, was named after him in 1911. This child later became the Laureate of the Nobel prize in literature, the famous novelist Naguib Mahfouz.

Naguib Mahfouz was appointed as Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Kasr El Aini Medical School in January 1929, a post he occupied until he reached the age of retirement in January 1942. His term of service at Kasr El Aini was extended by five years at the unanimous request of his colleagues at the department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Mahfouz was also obstetrician and gynaecologist to the Egyptian Royal Family. His pioneering work on the surgical repair of urinary and faecal fistulae brought him and Kasr El Aini hospital international acclaim. Such was his reputation that the leading lights in his speciality came all the way to Egypt to watch him repair fistulae at Kasr El Aini and the Coptic Hospitals. Such was his fame and international acclaim that he was invited to lecture and show films of his operations at the Universities of London, Oxford, Edinburgh, Geneva and Lausanne, to name a few.

A great handicap to Naguib Mahfouz's work was the absence of a maternity unit at Kasr El Aini hospital. Thanks to his efforts and unrelenting campaigning, the first maternity centre in Egypt came into existence at Kasr El Aini. Mahfouz reorganised the School of Nursing and Midwifery and taught general nursing and midwifery to its pupils for over thirty years. No less than one thousand midwives graduated under him. His two books on nursing and midwifery were used by the students for many years. In 1919, he started a pioneering scheme whereby midwives, trained to the highest standards by himself, were allowed to deliver women in their own homes. It is interesting to note that a similar scheme was only started a year later in England. In 1919, Mahfouz introduced, for the first time in Egypt, antenatal clinics at the Kasr El Aini maternity hospital as well as in the centres that he had opened in Cairo's deprived areas. Following this, he established a child welfare section at Kasr El Aini hospital, the first of its kind in Egypt. Many mother and child welfare centres were then built throughout the country.

The Collection

By 1930, Naguib Mahfouz had managed to collect three thousand of the rarest specimens in obstetrics and gynaecology obtained from his operations. That same year, he offered the museum which housed them and which was named after him, as a gift to the Kasr El Aini Medical School. The Naguib Mahfouz Museum of Obstetrics and Gynaecology still exists to date at Kasr El Aini Medical School. In 1945, the museum was described by the then President of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of England, Sir Eardley Holland, as “a remarkable collection” and ” a wonderful monument to the name of its founder”. Mahfouz provided specimens to the museums of each of the universities of Ein Shams, Alexandria, Assiut and Khartoum.



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Michel was born 4/12/1942 in Sedan, (Ardennes, France).

He died 4/10/2021 (Paris, France)

Monique was born 10/31/1948 (France).


Michel is a French rapist, pedo criminal and serial killer who committed crimes mainly against young girls in France and Belgium

(Ardennes is a France and Belgium part -Ardennes is the name of the forest which separate both countries-)

Lets see why we called him « The Monster (not energy drink) of the Ardennes »


Nicknamed by the media at first

« the Forester of the Ardennes »,

he claimed to be a forester guard, a profession he never practiced.

He was arrested in Belgium for an attempt to kidnap a little girl in June 2003.

After investigating the facts he may have committed in Belgium and the discovery of the crimes committed in France, he was extradited to France on January 9, 2006.

Michel Fourniret in September 2003 in Dinant. (Raphael Demaret/GAMMA)


Several times postponed, his trial ended with his sentence to incompressible life imprisonment for five murders and two murders of young girls in France and Belgium, the French and Belgian justices having agreed on a single trial. Investigations are continuing for other cases. He confesses to 11 murders and is suspected in 21 other cases of disappearance of girls and young women.

In addition to the seven murders at the origin of his conviction, he confessed to three more, including one for which the investigation is continuing.

He is also suspected of having committed several others. Some of his acts targeted underage girls, four of whom were under the age of fifteen, with one twelve, which brought him into the category of pedo crimes.

His wife, Monique Olivier, is accused of complicity in murder and non-denunciation of murder, of which she was aware. She is tried at the same time as him and sentenced to life imprisonment with a security period of 28 years.


💀🪦⚰️Murders confessed by Fourniret ⚰️🪦💀


Isabelle Laville 17 yo

Kidnapped by the Fourniret couple in Auxerre on December 11, 1987, on her way back from high school.

Her body was discovered in July 2006, 19 years after the facts, at the bottom of a well in Bussy-en-Othe after research by the gendarmerie based on some indications of the location given by Fourniret.

The gendarmerie had to clear a depth of 30 meters, the well having meanwhile been filled by the municipality.

(This murder was once attributed to Émile Louis, another serial killer in the region that i will talk about soon)


Farida Amish, 31 yo

Wife of Jean-Pierre Hellegouarch, a former cellmate from Fourniret, missing since April 12, 1988.

He admits to having killed her to get his hands on part of the magot of the hairpiece gang to which Hellegouarch was close, causing Farida Amish to be accused of embezzlement.

During the assize trial, he reiterates his confession and also accuses Monique Olivier of having participated in the murder, which she denies.

He would have bought his Château du Sautou with the money from this magot. The victim's body has not been found and the investigation is continuing.


Marie-Angèle Domèce, 19 yo

Disappeared on July 8, 1988 at the exit of the Leclerc de Fourolles home in Auxerre. In March 2008, the serial killer was indicted in this case, denounced by Monique Olivier, who later retracted.

« Marie-Angele disappeared on July 8, 1998, around 06:45 pm in Auxerre.

18 years old, 1.60m, blue eyes, mid-length brown hair, scar on the forehead on the right side.

Dressed in jeans, green and white sweatshirt, denim jacket. She had a blue travel bag.

Communicate in writing or by useful information to the newspaper or by phone »

The Court of Appeal had finally ordered a non-suit against the serial killer in this case and that of Joanna Parrish on September 14, 2011.

Fourniret finally confessed to this murder in February 2018 but the body was never found.

January 24, 2023 in the morning, in Fleys in Yonne, France.


Fabienne Leroy, 20 yo

Disappeared on August 3, 1988 in Chalons-en-Champagne, whose body was later found in surrounding woods; she had been raped and shot dead.

Fourniret approached the young woman in the parking lot of a supermarket asking her to take him to a doctor, Monique Olivier then pregnant had made him believe in a malaise.


Jeanne-Marie Desramault, 22 yo

Disappeared on March 18, 1989 in Charleville-Mézières. His corpse was found on Fourniret's property on the latter's indication in July 2004.

Fourniret had met her on the train between Paris and Charleville-Mézières and had managed with his wife to attract her to his home.


Élisabeth Brichet, 12 yo

She disappeared from Saint-Servais (near Namur) on December 20, 1989. The couple would have spotted her on her way to a friend's home and waited for her to come out.

Claiming that their baby was sick, he and his wife asked the girl to accompany them to a doctor. After raping her, he kills her 36 hours later at home.

It was long believed that his kidnapping was by Marc Dutroux, until Fourniret led the police in July 2004 to the place where he had buried her, on his property in the Château du Sautou.


Joanna Parrish, 20 yo

British girl at the Lycée Jacques-Amyot d'Auxerre, found on May 17, 1990 in a river in Moneteau (Yonne) after being raped, beaten and strangled. In March 2008, the serial killer was indicted in this case for murder.

The Court of Appeal finally ordered a non-suit against him on September 14, 2011. A year later, she annulled the order of dismissal in the Parrish case and asked the judges to reopen the investigation on the basis of new leads. Fourniret confesses the facts in February 2018


Natacha Danais, 13 yo

Disappeared on November 24, 1990 in Rezé in the southern suburbs of Nantes. Fourniret and his wife went to Nantes that day, Fourniret having to respond to a summons from the court.

At the exit of the hearing, the couple meets the girl in the parking lot of the E.Leclerc "Atout Sud" shopping center and removes her. The teenager's body was found a few days later, stabbed, in the dunes of Brem-sur-Mer 70 km from Nantes.

At the time, Jean Groix, a Breton veterinarian and activist, was suspected. He lived in front of the home of the girl he knew and owned a white van similar to that of Fourniret, as described by Natacha's sister.

He is incarcerated following the accidental discovery, during a search in his cabinet for the Danais case, of three Basques he hosted, supposed members of ETA; Jean Groix committed suicide in prison a few weeks after his incarceration.


Céline Saison, 18 yo

Disappeared on May 16, 2000 in Charleville-Mézières when she had just passed an exam. His body was found in July 2000 in Belgium.


Mannaya Thumpong, 13 yo

French woman of Thai origin disappeared on May 5, 2001 in Sedan, returning from the media library. His bones were found in March 2002 in Belgium, in the Nollevaux wood, about thirty kilometers from Sedan.


Estelle Mouzin, 9 yo

French, disappeared on January 9, 2003 in Guermantes (Seine-et-Marne) on her return from school. Michel Fourniret confesses to his murder on March 6, 2020, seventeen years after his disappearance. His body was not found.


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