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  • There are four warehouses available for  storage, each holding up to 20 test subjects in  

  • individual experimentation cells, though more  subjects can be temporarily held in each if  

  • the need arises. On staff, conducting  the experiments, are three nurses,  

  • six medical students, two medical interns, and  three medical residents. You are welcome to join  

  • in the livestreaming of medical experiments being  currently undertaken, or if you prefer or perhaps  

  • are squeamish, you may simply wish to read the  post-experiment notes detailing the experience.

  • Currently, experiments range from  starvation, vivisection, forced transfusions,  

  • and sterilizations. All laboratory work is  conducted at a real hospital, using samples that  

  • are classified under real patient's names in order  to not arouse suspicion. The bodies of the dead-  

  • both those from experimentation and those who  are no longer of use and are euthanized- are  

  • disposed of in dumpsters of local meat shopshuman remains mixed in with those of animals.  

  • Test subject names are kept confidential in order  to avoid identification by site visitors, and are  

  • only referred to by their serial numbers. New  test subjects are chosen ahead of time and taken  

  • from local homeless and non-registered resident  populations so as to avoid legal entanglements.

  • Welcome to The Human Experiments, a particularly  dark corner of the Deep Web that many curious  

  • wanderers have accidentally stumbled into, but  is this site real? Is there really a website  

  • dedicated to sharing the results of grotesque  and inhumane human experiments on the deep web?

  • There's no doubt that there exists plenty  of illegal materials on the deep web,  

  • a place notorious for illegal activitiesHowever real-live human torture?  

  • Well, for that we turn to Red Rooms.

  • A long-time urban legend that sprung from our  fascination with the deep web and the darker side  

  • of human psychology, Red Rooms are allegedly  places you can log into and witness human  

  • torture streamed to you live. Such places are not  publicly listed, and require a direct invitation,  

  • which is typically bought well in advance of the  actual event. Working like a twisted version of  

  • a common webcam chat site, viewers can suggest  things to be done, and even tip money directly  

  • for specific things to happen. Those that tip  the highest have their requests fulfilled.

  • But are these places real? Well, to date no  evidence exists yet that Red Rooms have ever  

  • actually existed. In fact, many internet experts  are deeply skeptical that Red Rooms exist,  

  • or that they ever did, as the security liabilities  are huge for anyone putting on these productions.  

  • Sure, you could have your physical operation set  up in a place with lax legal oversight and perhaps  

  • corrupt public officials who won't even  bother investigating your activities,  

  • but as so many have found out on the net, you  can control your own side of the situation  

  • but have little to no control over everyone  else you invite into it. If Red Rooms existed,  

  • all it would have taken is one single careless  individual to unwittingly provide evidence of  

  • their existence and law enforcement would  have swarmed all over any active Red Rooms.

  • On the net, the smallest bit of  carelessness can end up costing you huge,  

  • and many crime rings have been brought down on  the deep web thanks to the carelessness of users.  

  • For a real red room to exist, it would have to  operate flawlessly, and with perfect clientele  

  • who are never careless. It's very likely that at  least one Red Room client would have eventually  

  • been busted by law enforcement for something  completely unrelated, only to accidentally  

  • lead police directly to evidence of a real Red  Room. Such carelessness helped bring down the  

  • powerful Silk Road illegal marketplace after all. But could The Human Experiments be real? Could  

  • there really be a place in the deep web right  now where renegade doctors are conducting cruel  

  • and inhumane experiments on unwitting test  subjects, streaming the process to viewers?

  • First let's look at the available evidenceWhile it's since been removed, the website  

  • was once found through the Hidden wiki, a sort  of phone book for deep web sites. If The Human  

  • Experiments is real, it's certainly odd that it  would be publicly listed on a link directory,  

  • easily accessible to anyone who wanted  to investigate it for themselves.

  • The website is currently offline, or at least  no longer exists at the link it used to live at.  

  • Perhaps the creators wisened up and  made themselves a bit more secret?  

  • Not likely, let's find out why.

  • To date the only evidence of the  site other than a dead link is a  

  • series of several screenshots taken  from when it was briefly operational.  

  • These offer some major clues into the validity  of this site, so let's investigate once more.

  • The front page of the website, visible on  this screenshot lists the general purpose  

  • of The Human Experiments, as well as some  of their methodology. The listed experiments  

  • being conducted read like bad creepypasta  fiction, listing tolerances to x-rays, heat,  

  • and pressure amongst other things in what is  clearly an attempt to shock the reader. However,  

  • the bad fiction is revealed even more when we  move past that to read about their methodology.

  • First, the site claims that laboratory  examinations of collected samples from  

  • the subjects are taken to real hospitals for  processing, though it also says that these  

  • samples are submitted under the names of real  patients so as not to arouse suspicion. Well,  

  • it would be mightily suspicious if MrDoug Jones, being treated for a broken leg,  

  • suddenly had lab results that showed blood work  indicating toxic chemicals in his bloodstream.  

  • Yeah, submitting samples of people you torture  under the names of real patients turns out to be a  

  • pretty stupid thing to do- unless you're  just a bad fiction writer of course.

  • But why are lab samples even being submitted, when  clearly the medical experiments have no actual  

  • medical value? Tolerances to x-rays, heat, and  pressure? We already know those tolerances pretty  

  • well thanks to our fundamental understanding of  the human body and x-rays, heat, and pressure. Why  

  • would you even submit lab work to a real hospital  in the first place, thus greatly increasing the  

  • possibility of getting caught? If you're secretly  torturing people and streaming the results on the  

  • deep web, the last thing you want to do is  increase your exposure. Again, bad fiction.

  • It's the way that the bodies are disposed of  that further hint at The Human Experiments  

  • being nothing but really terrible creepypasta  fiction. Allegedly subjects are disposed of  

  • indumpsters of meat shops where  their bodies will not be found”.  

  • We suppose that the fantasy here is that because  butchers surely dispose of a lot of meat,  

  • nobody will notice human remains inbutcher shop's dumpster. Except that humans,  

  • as the only truly bipedal animals on the planettend to look nothing at all like other animals,  

  • and neither do our remains. So a few fingers, an  arm, or an outright leg are going to sound the  

  • alarm bells when one eventually falls out either  in the landfill or as the garbage is being loaded.

  • However, the biggest giveaway that this whole  thing is nothing more than amateurish creepypasta  

  • fiction is that the disposal location and  methodology is even mentioned in the first place.  

  • This is basically inviting law enforcement to  find the evidence of your crimes, by literally  

  • telling them where to look. Sure, you could be in  any city in the world, but why even give the cops  

  • a way of catching you should they happen to narrow  your location down to say a few dozen cities? It's  

  • amateurish and well, kind of stupid, but that's  what you get when you write bad creepypasta.

  • Also, medical personnel should definitely  know of better ways of disposing of bodies  

  • so that they can't be found or identified  than simply dumping them in a butcher shop's  

  • dumpster. Has the writer of this failed  creepypasta never even seen Breaking Bad?

  • So, rest easy, because The Human  Experiments is without a doubt,  

  • fake. It's simply the amateurish writing ofbad horror fiction writer that's playing into  

  • the popular trope of terrifying inhuman  activity on the dark web. Believe us,  

  • human beings are terrible enough on the  clearweb to not need bad creepypasta. Our  

  • verdict? It's a fake, and a particularly bad one. Wanna explore the Deep Web for yourself, check  

  • out our guide in Super Easy Way To Access The  Deep Web, or check out this other video instead!

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