Most painful method of dying unveiled! Here's what expert forensic pathologist has to say

The technique apparently entails encircling a victim's body with a gasoline-soaked tire and lighting it on fire, causing the victim to endure unspeakable agony while aware.

Bhaskar Chakravorty
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Many of us have a tendency to romanticize the past and yearn for a simpler era. But it is equally critical to acknowledge that, although we missed out on some amazing historical occurrences, we were also lucky enough to escape some of the most horrifying periods in recorded history. Isn't it amazing to consider how lucky we are to have avoided the atrocities of some of the cruelest forms of torture and punishment in human history? Get ready as we go into the somber topic of the most excruciating ways in which a person might pass away. 

Here's to uncovering the mystery! 

Consider the terrible destiny of a man who, for the purported crime of poisoning two beggars, was repeatedly submerged in boiling water till his death. Ladbible draws attention to a more current incident. In a horrific incident that took rescuers four exhausting hours to recover, a person was thrown down a manhole and into boiling water, according to their report.

The horrors of the breaking wheel, a torture apparatus that brutally killed a man, have also been made known by archeological discoveries. Conversely, the portal notes that historical accounts indicate incidents in which people were imprisoned in an oubliette, a pitch-black lair where they were allowed to rot until their untimely death.

Van Wyk says! 

But one approach sticks out as the most horrifying, according to forensic pathologist Charmaine van Wyk of South Africa. Van Wyk described the particularly brutal method of execution known as necklacing in an interview with media. This technique supposedly entails encircling a victim's body with a gasoline-soaked tire and lighting it on fire, forcing the victim to endure unspeakable agony while staying conscious the entire time.

Van Wyk used the crucifixion as an example to draw comparisons between this technique and medieval torture techniques intended to prolong agony. According to Ladbible, during crucifixion, the victim's body weight presses against their wounds, making it difficult for them to breathe correctly and requiring them to raise themselves up with their impaled arms with each breath.


 Another horrifying method of execution called "scaphism" entails covering a victim in honey to draw insects and ensure a prolonged death from malnutrition and bug ingestion. In contrast to these brutal means of demise, an autopsy technician noted that cancer is among the worst causes of death because of the severe physical damage it causes. All in all, the site lists radiation exposure, decompression, being buried alive, and coming into contact with a pyroclastic flow as some of the most horrific outcomes one can experience.