Very thorough on-line research on a wide spectrum of dark topics.
Preview of a Los Angeles detective's photographic scrapbook. Text by Katherine Dunn.
(Located at Feral House Press)
A morbidly informative (and very gaudy) site with information on serial killers, mass murderers, doomsday cults, and more.
An online overview of the recent book by Jay Ruby.
Resouce listings for the black-clothed.
m-angle-angel (Michael Boyce) considers the end of the end.
(Located at CTheory)
" AGS is an international organization with an interest in gravemarkers of all periods."
By the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
Pictures from a Slovakian church decorated with over 40,000 human bones.
"...medical models that are supposed to show the history of medicine. Yeah right. It's a freak show."
A tourof the sights.
Located at the WebMuseum
Photos of a museum of exhumed corpses in Guanajuato, Mexico.
"Warning: These images are intended for use by medical personnel only. Several imagesmay be disturbing to some viewers."
A car club.
Includes a list of online skulls.
a program of choice enabling patients to live comfortably until they die
Gopher server of internet resources.
Family and friends can provide a legal, dignified, and inexpensive funeral.
An organization of local support groups for bereaved parents and siblings.
A personal home page by WEBster with links to related medical and care-giving resources.
A place to remember those that have experienced death, and to pray for others who lave lost loved ones.
From the Manitoba senior citizens' handbook.
"Death and dying issues."
Located at the "Oriental Institute"
"Alphabet represents my own selection (macabre word) of the most significant facets of life and death in Auschwitz. In twenty-six "slices", I have attempted to illustrate the entire human landscape of the camp: Who killed and who died? How did people survive? What happened to the language they spoke? What rules governed the perpetrators and theirvictims? Where was God?" - Jonathan Blumen
A movement which tries to convince people to write clever epitaphs for themselves before someone else does.
A long listing of brief obituaries. Open submissions.
Also includes the The Virtual Memorial Garden and information on Paul McCartney's hoaxed death.
In English and French. (VRML)
Amazingly informative/commercial site. Includes burial vault pages with a sickly green background.
Includes ghost stories.
From 3000 B.C. to the present.
A found "Daily Reminder"....
(Located at DeathNET)
Small images, large advertisments.
Located at the World Wide Cemetery
A homepage for the #Suicide IRC channel. Has a small paper about a first person experience.
The mission of SA\VE is to educate about suicide and to speak for suicide survivors.
Talk of why suicides increase at holidays.
A Right-to-Die information site.
Euthanasia Research and Guidance Organization.
Informative anti-capital punishment site (with an irritating forms layout).
Devoted to Renaissance public executions. Contains dying speeches, documents, and a few images.
Where people bet who will die.
Also where people bet who will die.
Who died. Alphabetical search index.
An un-updated listing of famous dead people.
Listing of dead adult movie stars, with cause of death.
A paper which investigates paganism as a postmodern response to death. By Mary Ann Clark at Rice University.
Thorough list of links.
A very large index.
What is the Necronomicon, really ?
Same information as Anti-FAQ, but not as pretty a layout.
At the H.P. Lovecraft page
From medicine to Zombies
About the source of the "Dracula" legend.
An on-line, open submission horror magazine.
Publicity site for "The Diaries of the Family Dracul", by Jeanne Kalogridis. Pretty.
A popular horror-fan site.
Links to horror sites.
Satainst information site.
There's picture of a bald man attacking a young woman.
There's also picture of " the author, his gorgeous wife and their gorgeous child."
Fun for the kids, or something.
Dedicated to the "Living Dead" films.
A gopher chronology of the film (detailing its fake-ness).
A few spooky links.
Includes information about the origins of Halloween
Decapitate an angel.
Kill Barney. Choice of weapons. Comments from past "participants".
Play Russian Roulette.
Located at Deterrent Industries Industrial Theme Park.
Gruesome pictures, childish humor.
Listings of -- "a stupid person, doing something incredibly stupid and dying."
Some kind of sex joke (text).
" If you encounter things that schock or offend you, don't complain to us, because you have been warned."
Suicide, abortion, cannibalism, and sodomy.
Choose an airline "death seat" on a page with broken forms. Copyrighted, for some reason.
Intense involvement with the idea of "zombie". Modified pictures.
More sex-death neuroticism. Cute.
Hearses for sale.
It must be Booville. "Mystery smells".
Costume shop, haunted house, and gift shop.
Interesting images from a haunted house near Dallas.
God is the Gravitational and electromagnetic field in which the Universe is situated. [sic]
Subtitled as the: Resurrecting the Dead Project.
" Transhumanism is a philosophy that humanity can, and should, strive to higher levels, both physically, mentally and socially. It encourages research into such areas as life extension, cryonics, nanotechnology, physical and mental enhancements, uploading human consciousness into computers and megascale engineering. "
Includes information on virtuality, mind-things, meta-programming, modern primatives, and most related fetishes. Ever more gaudy.
By the National Library of Medicine.
a Silicon Valley 'Metro' article about Extropians.
(Located at 50 Greatest Conspiracies of All Time.)
A very large index of information (10 megs). Seems to have an emphasis on practice.
Libertarian hacker pagans.