Horror in Russia: Fisherman Discovers Hundreds of Mummified Fetuses

According to Russia Times, a Russian fisherman near the Ural mountains made a gruesome discovery while hiking in search of firewood: hundreds of canisters containing human fetuses. The 50 milliliter canisters and their horrific contents were abandoned on the outskirts of the small town of Nevyansk. Authorities there denied that the fetuses originated in their town, claiming that Nevyansk is too small to have produced this many abortions and miscarriages.

The canisters were later tracked to three hospitals in the area, but the mystery doesn’t end there: the containers were filled with formalin and labeled with identifying information regarding the mothers, both completely out of accordance with Russian medical policies. Even stranger? This gruesome cargo has apparently been in storage for ten years…

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9 Comments on "Horror in Russia: Fisherman Discovers Hundreds of Mummified Fetuses"

  1. The Baffler | Jul 24, 2012 at 12:28 pm |

    Holy shit.

  2. I sense resident evil/re-animated baby army and/or gene-pool experiments

  3. This is like an X-Files plot.

  4. Liam_McGonagle | Jul 24, 2012 at 1:58 pm |

    Secret government medical experiments abandoned after the collapse of the Soviet state.

    Fox’ll send a crack team of investigative journalists like Yawn Hannity to expose the international cabal of atheistic, far-left reproductive rights nutzo’s who’re trying to resurrect the project under the penumbra of the DNC and A.C.O.R.N. 

    Heartland America will be shocked to learn that Bill Ayers and Jeremiah Wright were within three months of creating an unstoppable army of hundreds of thousands of re-animated aborted fetuses to overwhelm Republican voting districts during the November elections, thus dooming America to a 2nd Obama term, either through outright elections fraud or allowing Obama to suspend the Constitution during a state of national emergency.

  5. Tuna Ghost | Jul 24, 2012 at 3:08 pm |

    Jesus god.  That’s…probably the most disturbing thing I’ve heard all day

  6. this doesn’t make sense. the pic of the last name isn’t readable. just a bunch of both latin and cyrillic letters put together. could be a hoax!

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