Strange Tales

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 Looks like someone didnt turn off the horror marathon. Arte Horror, Horror Art, Horror Movies, Creepy Horror, Creepy Art, Creepy Stuff, Creepy Things, Paranormal, Ange Demon

This picture evokes so much fear. I've always been terrified of doctors and insane asylums. I'd like to do something like this, but it might come out cliche.

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A visual archive. All photos assumed to be public domain, message for credit/removal.

Very old and creepy ventriloquist dummies. Very old and creepy ventriloquist dummies. - Weird - Check out: Creepy Ventriloquist Dummies on Barnorama Photo Halloween, Creepy Halloween, Halloween Pictures, Vintage Halloween, Halloween Horror, Happy Halloween, Vintage Bizarre, Creepy Vintage, Creepy Images

Fotos Antiguas que te darán pesadillas Nº3 [Megapost].

Fotos Antiguas que te darán pesadillas . Parte Nº3. Si no comentas el Post todos los de arriba te van a ir a visitar esta noche por tus...

equinoxes: generalsurgeon: Ghoulish mud man from the Asaro River Valley, New Guinea, dons a helmet of dried clay and smears mud over his body to portray an evil spirit National Geographic African Masks, African Art, National Geographic, Papua Nova Guiné, Character Inspiration, Character Design, Art Populaire, Art Premier, People Of The World

National Geographic's Greatest Portraits

Selected pictures from In Focus, National Geographics new book of the greatest portraits from their collection.

Asaro mud men from Pogla, a village near Mount Hagen in Papua New Guinea. Arte Tribal, Tribal Art, Anthropologie, Tribal People, African Masks, Japanese Prints, People Of The World, Papua New Guinea, Afro

The Wild Kingdom of Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea didn't come into contact with the Western world until fifty years ago. Today, this remote land strikes a balance between tourism and preservation.