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The Metropolitan Museum of Art Releases Images Online for Non Commercial Use photography history black and white Group of Thirteen Decapitated Soldiers / Unknown / 1910

Vintage Fairy Soap Print Ad

an ad selling soap- little white kid says to little black kid "why doesn't your mamma wash you with fairy soap? If this ad was intended to make me feel icky- it does. does fairy soap wash that feeling away?

Incredible Photos of the Real People Who Inspired American Horror Story: Freak Show | moviepilot.com

American Horror Story Freak Show: Photos Of The Real Life Inspiration

Incredible Photos of the Real People Who Inspired American Horror Story: Freak…

Grady F. Stiles, Jr., aka "Lobster Boy," was born in 1937, the sixth in a long line of lobster-men to work as a circus freak. When his eldest daughter was engaged to marry a boy of whom Grady disapproved, Grady shot and killed the boy, but got off with probation. Later, after he retired to the circus-centric town of Gibsonton, he became so abusive to his family that his wife and step-son hired a neighbor to kill him. He was shot to death while watching TV. Everyone involved got prison.

Lobster Boy Grady Stiles - born with ectrodactyly, where the fingers and toes are fused together to form claw-like extremities

The legend of Margorie McCall tells of a woman accidentally buried alive who awoke in her grave when body snatchers attempted to steal her corpse.

The legend of Margorie McCall - Lived once, buried twice.

The grave of Margorie McCall (who was buried alive in 1705 dug out in time and then reburied after her actual death sometime later). Her grave states "Lived Once Buried Twice.

Old and CREEPY photo bomb!

Photobombing by a ghost? That is so creepy! Another great pic from John and Teenuh Foster's site Accidental Mysteries

Myrtle Corbin was known far and wide in the late nineteenth century as the Four-Legged Woman. While at a glance one could plainly see four legs dangling beyond the hem of her dress – only one pair belonged to her, the other set to her dipygus twin sister. Born in Lincoln County, TN in 1868, …

Myrtle Corbin was known far and wide in the late nineteenth century as the Four-Legged Woman. While at a glance one could plainly see four legs dangling beyond the hem of her dress – only one pair belonged to her, the other set to her dipygus twin sister.

1870′s pantomime (from the Metropolitan Museum of Art collection)

[tintype portrait of a pantomimist] via the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Photographs Collection. Creepy beyond words.

It is my understanding from the media that this little girl is trying to defend her mother after she had been stoned to death . It hurts me to look at this photo. I feel many emotions. I want to help them both. I want to rescue and save them - somehow. How?

coming SOON to AUS >"A little girl defends mother after she has been stoned to dead .

If you love your husband you will keep your complexion lovely. If he leaves because you didn't use Palmolive-- you've only got yourself to blame!: If you love your husband you will keep your complexion lovely. If he leaves because you didn't use Palmolive-- you've only got yourself to blame!

10 More Retro Ads That Made Women Look Like Idiots

"I love my husband far too much to risk getting dry, lifeless 'middle-age' skin! How you, too, can keep your complexion lovely with this soap made with olive oil!

Real(Mislabeled) - This is not an image of Oliver. - Here are several real…

Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Oliver (born circa is a Common Chimpanzee and a former performing ape once promoted as a missing link or "Humanzee" due to his unusually human-like face.

BRONZE edition. Photography in black and white print and the typography is finished in bronze stamping. Photograph by Salva López

Some things take time. Photography in black and white print on paper Modigliani Neve, and the typography is finished in dark silver stamping.) Measures: inches Edition of 200 numbered. Note: frame is not included Photograph by ©Salva López

Photography in black and white print on off-white paper and the typography is finished in gold stamping. Photograph by Salva López

With a dark wall. Photography in black and white print on off-white paper and the typography is finished in gold stamping. Photograph by Salva López

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