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The website was created in 2008 to replace 4girls1mouth.com which was a website featuring a five-minute video of three women defecating in another girl's mouth. Although the website was focused on gore, it would also host shocking videos related to vomiting and scat, one of those videos would be chomp.avi, a video that would make the site famous for the disgusting content of the video.It also had up to 59 shocking video rooms, compared to its beginnings, which was only a small collection of gore videos.
In August 2013 the website would close, because Drolsinatas could not continue paying for the domain. Joe Frankulin better known as "Drolsinatas" was part of the metal band Goatlord between 1985 and 1997 until its dissolution. He would go on to create bloodshows.com in 2008 until its closure in 2013. Later in 2015, an unfortunate event would happen that reminded the site and Drolsinatas. On October 2, 2015 at 7:00 a.m., Joe went to the house of her neighbor Jennifer Donoso, 39, whose children were at home, and fatally shot her, killing her instantly. The youngest daughter ran out of the house trying to get help from the police, but when they returned they realized that Jennifer's son was no longer in the house, resulting in Joe shooting the boy to death and then committing suicide, all this inside Joe's house.
The site aside from its video collection was also known for uploading gore movies and documentaries, as well as some banned horror movies. Also the creator drolsinatas sold a collection of DVD's divided into chapters, in these came the collection of videos that was within the 59 rooms within the site. To this day, despite the fact that some videos of bloodshows are found on other gore or porn sites, most of those that lay within the page are lost, because adobe flash player no longer works, it is not possible to see the videos using the wayback machine. Or well at least that was believed until the youtuber IAmSirZak made a video telling the story of the site in 2019 and in the comments of the video they told him that drolsinatas sold DVD's with the content of the site between 2008 and 2013, managing to communicate with two users who told him that they had bought the dvd's and still had them with them, sending them to IAmSirZak to review them on youtube. At the moment, only 88 videos of the approximately 1,000 that were found on the site have been found, although if we were to count the rest of the videos found on other sites, there would be more.
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