Humans have a fascination with violence and in times of peace, we satiate the craving through sport.
What don't you like about yourself? Would you be willing to have your legs broken or teeth sharpened in order to become 'more attractive'? Gruesome cosmetic surgery revealed.
National Geographic examines cultures that consider inflicting wounds upon oneself as an act of devotion to God.
Some groups require new members to pass tests designed to prove they are worthy. How much pain would you endure to belong?
National Geographic examines outcasts around the world branded as outsiders by their behaviour, appearance or birth.
Meet people whose lives many would consider unsettling, from a woman who pretends to be paraplegic to a millionaire who lives on the streets.
Unconventional relationships include a woman in love with a man three times her height and a marriage made up of three partners.
Test the boundaries of acceptable violence as we visit a goat-killing family in Bolivia, a cage fighter in Florida and a Dambe boxer in Nigeria.
An in-depth look at some unique and very odd religious and healing practices.
From skull cleaners in Oklahoma to Madagascans who routinely move the remains of the dead, meet the people who surround themselves with death.
People with extreme medical conditions, including Tourette's syndrome and sleeping disorders.
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