If you have been relatively cautious with your internet habits, the odds are that Reddit and 4chan are about as edgy as you get. However, if you’ve ever needed something illegal done or had a serious case of morbid curiosity, then you’ve probably been reading deep web stories before.
What is the deep web? It’s everything that Google and other search engines don’t, won’t, or can’t show you. Picture the internet as being the iceberg that sank the Titanic. The tip of the iceberg is the visible part of the internet. The light and fluffy stuff. The fishing websites. A little bit of illegitimate stuff. But everything underneath, the larger part of the iceberg, that’s the deep web.
If you want to hire a hitman, buy fake cash, get your hands on some pharmaceutical or illegal drugs, or watch some seriously messed up stuff, the deep web is the place to be.
While many people choose to look over the deep web on a dare or out of curiosity, most of them don’t go back.
There have been several true stories about people who surf the deep web being stocked in real life, having their computers hijacked, being blackmailed, threatened, even abducted.
Of those that didn’t experience any negative repercussions, they saw things they wish they didn’t know existed. From animal cruelty to sexual brutality and even live-streamed murders, the deep web has everything you never wanted to see.