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These 21 Wikipedia Pages Are So Creepy, You'll Need To Prove You're An Adult To Visit Them

"Carl Tanzler, a radiologist who had fallen in love with a woman named Maria Elena Milagro de Hoyos, who was dying from tuberculosis. Eventually, when she died, Tanzler had embalmed her body and had taken it home with him, where he would perform necrophilia on her body for seven years until being discovered."

Have you ever found yourself awake, totally unable to get to sleep, and scrolling down some deep internet rabbit holes on Wikipedia? Well, many people have, especially on CREEPY Wikipedia pages. And here are some that were so creepy, people on Reddit just had to share them:

Warning: This post contains disturbing stories including mentions of death.

1. The death of actor Carole Lombard and a group of Army soldiers:

2. The tragic case of Aeroflot Flight 593:

An airplane in the sky

3. The Disappearance of Brian Shaffer:

Arrow pointing at Shaffer

4. The earthquake during a recording of Pink Floyd's "Shine on You Crazy Diamond":

Pink Floyd

5. The "screaming" Mummies of Guanajuato:

6. The murder of Cara Knott:

A reward poster for Cara Knott

7. Smile mask syndrome:

A woman painfully smiling

8. The Persian Princess, a mummy sold on the black market:

Photographers capturing a mummy

9. The Disappearance of Jamie Fraley:

Jamie Fraley

10. The injury of gymnast Elena Mukhina that left her paralyzed:

Elena Mukhina

11. The Killing of Henryk Siwiak:

Henryk Siwiak

12. Sogen Kato, thought to be Tokyo's oldest man:

13. Eben Byers, who drank bottles of radium-spiked tonic:

"Eben M. Byers dies of radium poison"

14. The Kids for Cash scandal:

15. The practices of Carl Tanzler:

"Embalming Fluid"

16. Blanche Monnier, who was secretly held captive by her mother:

Rendering of a sickly woman in bed

17. The Posthumous Beheading of Mata Hari:

Mata Hari

18. The Murder of Helle Crafts, which inspired the movie Fargo:

Closeup of Helle Crafts

19. The Balloonfest '86 in Cleveland, Ohio:

A building on a cloudy day

20. The Guatemala syphilis experiments:

"STD Experiments"

21. Finally, the term "endling":

A cat-like creature

Note: Some responses have been edited for length and/or clarity.

H/T r/CreepyWikipedia