Readers of this site will likely come away convinced that humanity is capable of producing specimens of life that don't deserve to be called "human beings." Rather than trying to shock you with a series of fictional short stories, the maintainer of this Web site has spent at least three years compiling actual news stories from newspapers and TV about men and women (and even a few kids) who've committed some of the sickest, most vile acts of sexual depravity that could be conceived. All of the stories on this site are true – allegedly – and this alone makes it a stranger and more shocking read than many of those juvenile "gross-out" sites that try to upset you by showing gory pictures from accident scenes.
What puzzles me is the question of why someone would go through the effort of compiling news stories (with an RSS feed, in addition) about sexual depravities. On one hand, a number of these listing include commentaries in which the Webmaster rants about how inhuman and obscene these people are. The headline story of January 15, 2006, for instance, is a nauseating piece about a pile of trash who strangled his mother and then raped her corpse. (I wouldn't believe it myself if the site didn't include a link to the actual news story describing the event.) He then goes on and does actual research into the guy's past, trying to determine whether he had an online blog or other sources where we could learn more.
And yet, on the other hand, the guy managing this site ( who calls himself "Supervert" ) also sells books on Amazon.com with such titles as Necrophilia Variations, which describes itself as "a literary monograph on the erotic attraction to corpses and death;" and Extraterrestrial Sex Fetish, a fictional story about an Earthman who kidnaps visiting space aliens and has rough, abusive sex with them (or on them).
This makes me wonder if this site is intended to be a way to attract buyers of this guy's books. Regardless, his interests make me glad I'm not likely to meet him in an alley some night.
Unfortunately, after a period of inactivity, PervScan shut its doors on Valentine's Day, February 14th, 2010. As a going-away present, Supervert has made a copy of his new book available for download. He made the following statement: