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Episode Info: Special Note: This is our first podcast. Expect our production quality to improve and thank you for checking us out. We hope you enjoy it! the Podcast:          Show length: 44 mins, 17 seconds Release Date: June 25, 2014 Podcast Outtake:     Funny outake that occured during our first mic check. Outtake length: 0 mins, 49 seconds Release Date: June 25, 2014 Full PDF Article (or read below):      Don't forget to "like" us on Facebook: Picture Gallery (click image to enlarge): : Andrei Chikatilo : Edmund Kemper : Amazonian Necrophilic Frogs - 01 : Amazonian Necrophilic Frogs - 02 : Jeffery Dahmer : Koli : Moninder Singh Pandher : Ted Bundy The Article: Written & Compiled By: Tawne Bachus Copyright 2014 © All Rights Reserved. Introduction: The good old Webster Marian Dictionary provides two basic definitions of Necrophilia. The first definition it offers is “sexual feelings or activities that involve dead bodies”. The second definition more specifically defines it as, “the obsession with and usually erotic interests in or stimulation by corpses”. In both cases, quite clearly, a person experiencing necrophilia is sexually stimulated (in some capacity) by and subsequently attracted to dead people. If this sounds bizarre, it probably shouldn’t. Or perhaps it does, because the media tends to ignore this aspect of the reporting it generally does. For example, as the press reported on the famous serial killer Ted Bundy, they seemed to dodge the details of his erotic escapades with deceased victims. In printed material, cases of necrophilia were first described as early as 1886. On the big screen, necrophilia had made its way into at least one movie by 1962. As per my sometimes faulty research, the most recent appearance of necrophilia in a movie was in 2001. If correct, Hollywood has evidentially refocused its attention on other dead or undead film stars like vampires. But, from 1962 to 2001, the world produced a necrophilia centered film, approximately once every 3.9 years (2001 – 1962 = 39 / 10 movies = 3.9). The Basics: Necrophilia is also known as: thanatophilia and necrolagnia in reference to humans. Davian behavior in reference to animals. It appears to affect men a lot more frequently than woman. In fact, approximately 90% are believed to be male. Only about 60% of necrophiliacs are diagnosed with a personality disorder. 10% of those people, who have been diagnosed with a personality disorder, haveRead more »

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