Mondo Diablo Episode 375: The Man-Bear-Pigman Hunts of Newhaven

Witches were not the only Disney characters to be executed in the colonies of the New World. It seems that even men suffered from sexual repression, so Zoophiles and "buggers" were also executed. Well, there are maybe two accounts of women convicted of bestiality. I say "convicted of," not "guilty of." I hear the epithet for these men was "Pigman." Maybe they were worried that the outcome would be something not unlike the creature found in room 237
Here is the reading: http://www.delanceyplace.com/view_archives.php?2364

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Weird Moment
Zoophiles 2
Colette Magney * Strange Fruit
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Robert Cobert * Josette's Room
Zoophiles 3
Glen Gray's Casa Loma Orchestra * The House is Haunted
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Ruth Roberts * There is a Haunted House in Town
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Zoophiles 6
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Spider-Man on Halloween Night
Linda Harvey * Halloween's Demonic Underpinnings
Ray Bohr * March of the Marionette
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Tags: Halloween, NewHaven, Pigman, Puritans, ThomasGranger, bestiality, colony, execution, history, witches

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Comment by Luara on October 26, 2013 at 3:18pm

Dolphins sound slightly more appealing. 

Comment by Michael Penn on October 26, 2013 at 2:23pm

OK, Luara, it was a guy who died from "horse love." I never once believed it any other way. My original response to your post still stands just like I wrote it 2 hours ago!

Comment by Luara on October 26, 2013 at 11:27am

Let me think on that for a moment, OK.

It was a guy who died from "horse-love".

Comment by Michael Penn on October 26, 2013 at 11:20am

A horrible documentary about a horse lover who died of intestinal damage. Let me think on that for a moment, OK.

My belief is that a persons intestines have nothing to do with love or any process of "making love." Intestines are there for one purpose only. The only pleasure I feel regarding my intestines is when they are empty, and if anybody (human or animal) tried to put something back inside of them I think there would be one hell of a big fight!

But, some people just don't have common sense.

Comment by Rev Hellbound Alleee on October 25, 2013 at 12:42pm

If you think this is bad, just google "sex with dolphins" or "dolphin lovers."

Comment by Luara on October 25, 2013 at 6:45am

I (started) to watch one horrible documentary about a horse-lover who died of intestinal damage ...

Comment by Michael Penn on October 25, 2013 at 6:32am

I followed your link and man is this all mucked up! It reminds me of many things I've heard and read over my lifetime.

Not so long ago I read in "letters to the editor" a person was complaining that it should be against the law to have sex with animals. Just why was it that this person thought it was legal? How did they happen to have to much time on their hands?

When I was a child I heard the adults talking about an article in a sensationalist newspaper which claimed a woman had given birth to puppies. Apparently not all the adults were in agreement here because I remember one claiming that it just wasn't possible. This incident was only 55 years ago! What ignorance do we have here?

Following your link and reading about the young man on trial for having sex with the sheep, it would seem of the utmost importance to identify the exact animals so they would know which ones to put to death. I'm sure that alluring glances between the parties involved helped in the identification. Just imagine. Now we know where these half man "half something else" creatures of mythology came from.

Lastly, I'm remembering an argument against beastiality (in print somewhere) that claimed such an act was "taking advantage of the animal" and that it "was not fair to the animal." My, oh, my. I'm back to where I started here. Some people just have way too much time on their hands.

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