Documenting Reality is an online shock forum and website that hosts graphic and disturbing content, including videos and images of real-life accidents, crimes, and violent incidents. Due to the graphic nature of the content, the website is intended for mature audiences only, and users are required to confirm that they are at least 18 years old before accessing the site.
DocumentingReality.com is an obscure website, with limited information available regarding its establishment and evolution. However, it seems to have gained popularity in the early 2000s as a destination for individuals drawn to viewing violent and distressing content. The site features user-generated content that is not curated or moderated, leading to concerns about the possibility of hosting illegal material or content that propagates violence and hate speech. Documenting Reality has been embroiled in legal disputes and controversies concerning its content in recent years. The site was blocked in the United Kingdom by the Internet Watch Foundation in 2014, and in 2016, it was temporarily shut down by its hosting provider due to concerns about its content. Despite these setbacks, the website was restored shortly after and continues to draw a devoted following of individuals seeking to view graphic and disturbing material.
Documenting Reality also featured known shock videos including ChechClear, No Mercy in Mexico, Hi, Suicide of Ronnie McNutt, Last Day – Ricardo López.
NOTE: The following shock site contains extremely graphic content!