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Just ... WOW! Look @ that penmanship. She writes better with her feet then I do with my hands!

Restaure una recreativa/arcade y te lo cuento

A German woman named Thea Alba was known as “The Woman With Ten Brains” because she could write all ten fingers simultaneously.

A stand commonly used for post-mortem photography.

Post-Mortem Photography was an important part of dealing with the death of a loved one in the Victorian era. This article explains the fascinating truth behind the photos of the dead.

Maurice Tillet, a wrestler suffering from acromegaly. He died in 1954 & was the inspiration for the character Shrek.

Photographed by Irving Penn, Elvie saw a signed vintage silver print of this 2014 for Euro. all you Shrek fans! Professional wrestler Maurice Tillet, aka The French Angel, was the inspiration for Shrek’s character design.

Jouer dans l’eau, c’est bon pour mon développement : http://www.grainedecurieux.fr/bebe/eveil-et-developpement-de-bebe/pages/jouer_dans_l_eau_c_est_bon_pour_le_developpement_de_l_enfant.aspx

The good old times of childhood :) when parents would actually let their kids spray each other with the garden hose. I'm glad my mom let us have water fights :) we used ice cream buckets AND the garden hose.

Creepy

creepy scary weird old photo photos photographs - OUr house is gonna be so creep city on halloween.

Abraham Lincoln Ghostbuster - La boite verte

An extremely rare photograph of President Abraham Lincoln taken during his brief yet memorable stint as a paranormal investigator and eliminator circa 1864

Oddities from the past, 1932

Martha Morris' The Armless Wonder headshot from the 1932 film 'Freaks'

5 Mysterious Places That Science Can't Understand world travel creepy weird amazing story places unusual interesting facts stories science paranormal

San Luis Valley :: 5 Mysterious Places That Science Can't Understand world travel creepy weird amazing story places unusual interesting facts stories science paranormal

10 Authentic Historical Artifacts No One Can Explain

10 Authentic Historical Artifacts No One Can Explain

10 Authentic Historical Artifacts No One Can Explain - so many factual inaccuracies it's funny.

Splendidly beautiful fashions from Bergdorf Goodman, 1928.

Lyssie Pero, Gertrude Clarke, and Madame Sassau modeling dresses with the 'feeling of Paris couture', at Bergdorf Goodman by Edward Steichen, 1928

The Snake Corset - Edith La Sylphe ~ invented the “Sylphide”corset, making the very unhealthy ‘snake silhouette’ popular. c.1900.

Edith La Sylphe ~ invented the “Sylphide”corset, making the very unhealthy 'snake silhouette' popular. Screw that, if she would've done squats she wouldn't need the corset :)

i neeeeeeed to find this hahahhahahahahah.... wait.... between the people who live in this house all we need is the dummy, we have the orthopedic appliances...

Siamese Twins Bob and Billy Houston born and raised in the Appalachian Mountains. Currently performing regularly in the South. Actually this is Cletus & Shorty Play Banjo - Life size sculpture by Tom Kuebler

How romantic: This couple has donned masks that appear to be something of a cross between a badger and a bird

These might be the creepiest Halloween costumes ever

People have been dressing up in costume for Halloween for many years. Here is a collection of vintage photos showing Halloween costumes through the years. These costumes look a lot scarier than some of the costumes we see now.

Myrtle Corbin est née avec un bassin et deux jambes en plus...elle sera une vraie bête de foire pendant des années !

Josephene Myrtle Corbin Tennessee, 1928 Texas) was born with a dipygus, two separate pelvises side by side from the waist down.

Pre-Roller Derby excitement!

I love the rollerskates. I love the chubby thighs. I love the smile. I LOVE this kid!

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