Not too long ago Bind was buried alive on a cross. A video is available to watch on his website, MeninChains.com. It is a pretty intense 25-minute video that includes discipline where he was tazed, spit at, kicked and stomped on. He was also buried under hundreds of pounds of dirt.
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“I do not know how long I will remain under the ground,” Bind says. “I am leaving that up to my two captors. It will be a baptism into the earth.”
The event can be followed on his website, www.meninchains.com.
I was captured by a biker and he tied me up like this. I thought that the photo was particularly artistic looking. My adventure with him last night was a nice break from my cage.
You can see more from Bind at his website, Men In Chains
On occasions I’ve been very fortunate to handle and to wear some of the rarest restraints around and thought I’d share a few pics with you. Replicas of these restraints exist but the ones shown here are all the real things and I consider myself very fortunate to have been allowed to wear them – and of course some might say I’m even more fortunate to have been released from them!
McKenzie Mitts – a device that covers the hands and wrists, leaving only the fingers exposed, it also chains the hands together and is attached to a bellychain that locks round the waist. Were used for prisoner transportation.
Oregon Boot (also known as the Gardner Shackle) – a very heavy metal shackle that locks round one ankle and is supported by a metal brace that fits under the heel of the prisoner’s boot. Was used for prisoner transportation and also for punishment in some prisons.
Guiteau handcuffs – reckoned to be the rarest handcuffs, only 4 pairs known to exist. This model of cuffs was rumoured to have been used on Charles Guiteau the convicted assassin of President James Garfield (hence their name) but this has not been proved.
Incidentally none of these items are in my own collection, but they are all on my wish-list … dream on, Mike!!
Metal would like to thank Mikeintightpants for the information and pictures above
RH over at Mencomix has a new work, “Ray of Light” and here is his original version (the one without a ray of light) that he published on his blog.
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