Man Found Dead With Hands Tied

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  1. Ivanchuk

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    Apparently strangled.



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  2. LovelyDayz

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    Awe, his death brought the whole town together!
     
  3. elemental

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    And all their flies too.
     
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    Hi @LovelyDayz.:)

    It's amazing how most humans are strangely attracted to death and violence. Kind of like when in high school, a fight breaks out in the parking lot and all the students gather around to watch it. People pays tons of cash to watch UFC or boxing matches also. I guess some of us are just wired that way.
     
  5. LovelyDayz

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    I can't pass judgment on that fact, since I'm on this site simply to oggle other people's tragedies :)
     
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    lol Just my point. It's a strange part of human nature.
     
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    God damn flies. I SWAT, I NEVER HIT FUUUCK YOOOOU goddam flies.
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    He's pretty fly for a white guy.
     
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    Yup the old "rubber necking" syndrome. It feels almost physically impossible to NOT turn and look at a wreck, a fire or when the po-po have someone pulled over.:catwork:
     
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    I love seeing the insects... not sure why. Maybe because it's the good death?
     
  12. Living Dead

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    No good or fast police response in these places... By the time they show up or take control of the scene, if ever, dozens of people have trampled all over it, maybe even moved the body or evidence.
    If you had a bunch of volunteers form a crowd, staring at some random thing, I wonder how many other people would join, even if it wasn't clear what they were looking at or why?
    Actually, I just looked it up. I love psychology! Social Psychology Experimentation by Stanley Milgram shows these results:

    7. Drawing power of crowds
    Have you ever joined a crowd of people without knowing why, but just assumed something must be going on so it might be worth sticking around?

    Milgram was fascinated by how people join crowds for no readily apparent reason. He tested this by having a group of people stop in a busy street and look up to the six-floor of an adjacent office block where nothing whatsoever was happening (Milgram et al., 1969).

    What he found was that 4% of passersby would stop to join a single person gazing up, but 40% would stop if there were 15 people already there. On top of this fully 86% of passersby would at least look up to see what all the fuss was about.
     
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