#Rasputin Grigori Jefimovitsj | Alexandra Feodorovna with her children, Rasputin and a governess in 1908

#Rasputin Grigori Jefimovitsj | Alexandra Feodorovna with her children, Rasputin and a governess in 1908

Maud Wagner, the first known female tattooist in the U.S., 1911. In 1907, she traded a date with her husband-to-be for tattoo lessons. Their daughter, Lotteva Wagner, was also a tattooist.

A Secret History of Women and Tattoo

Maud Wagner, the first known female tattooist in the U.S., 1911. In 1907, she traded a date with her husband-to-be for tattoo lessons. Their daughter, Lotteva Wagner, was also a tattooist.

"On Sundays after Mass he would usually meet people in the house of some aristocratic admirer and talk to them." Rasputin (left) and his daughter Maria (right) in 1914.

"On Sundays after Mass he would usually meet people in the house of some aristocratic admirer and talk to them." Rasputin (left) and his daughter Maria (right) in 1914.

Rasputin with Tsarina Alexandra Fyodorovna, her children and their nurse

Rasputin with Tsarina Alexandra Fyodorovna, her children and their nurse

c.1914  Rasputin in Bed     This photo was possibly taken in 1914 following an assassination attempt on Rasputin. It took him awhile to recuperate. This guy scares me just a little bit. Not totally sure why.

c.1914 Rasputin in Bed This photo was possibly taken in 1914 following an assassination attempt on Rasputin. It took him awhile to recuperate. This guy scares me just a little bit. Not totally sure why.

Nicholas II and Alexei ! Alexei's mother and father were both grandchildren of Queen Victoria, a carrier of the genetic blood disorder known as Hemophilia, but only his mother could transmit the disease through her female mitochondrial DNA. It is not transmissible by male ancestors. All of his sisters would have been carriers of the disorder should they have ever married.

Nicholas II and Alexei ! Alexei's mother and father were both grandchildren of Queen Victoria, a carrier of the genetic blood disorder known as Hemophilia, but only his mother could transmit the disease through her female mitochondrial DNA. It is not transmissible by male ancestors. All of his sisters would have been carriers of the disorder should they have ever married.

Rasputin by Karl Bulla 1904, A strange one indeed. He was poisoned with cyanide that seemed have no effect, was then beaten ,as well as shot several times (nothing seemed to kill the guy) and finally thrown into an icy river... Autopsy showed that his death was by drowning.

Rasputin by Karl Bulla 1904, A strange one indeed. He was poisoned with cyanide that seemed have no effect, was then beaten ,as well as shot several times (nothing seemed to kill the guy) and finally thrown into an icy river... Autopsy showed that his death was by drowning.

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