The body of a man was found nailed to a wooden cross in an abandoned stone quarry in South Korea - allegedly near a propped up mirror so the man could watch himself suffer.
The victim, wearing a loin cloth and a crown of thorns, had his hands and feet nailed to a wooden cross and a stab wound in his side - eerily similar to the Bible's description of Jesus Christ's death.
Two smaller crosses were on either side of the man, mirroring the story that Jesus was crucified alongside two thieves. Those crosses were empty, though.
The stone pit was in Mungyong, about 115 miles southeast of Seoul.
Along with the mirror, cops found nails, a hammer, an electric drill, extra pieces of wood and a "how-to" guide for building crosses at the scene.
The man's SUV was parked near the pit.
Police still aren't sure if the case was a homicide or a suicide, but neighbors told cops that the man, a 58-year-old taxi driver named Kim, had hard core religious views.