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100 Most Haunted Scariest Places in the World To Have A Paranormal Encounter

100 Most Haunted Scariest Places in the World To Have A Paranormal Encounter

A Virtual Cabinet of Beautiful and Bizarre Medical Antiques

A Virtual Cabinet of Beautiful and Bizarre Medical Antiques

Physick, which is a century term for medicine, started with only a handful of objects used for teaching, but has now expanded to over a thousand different items.

Macabre - Cabinet of Curiosities

Anorexia in the century - and century psychiatry: 22 rare photos - Pictures - CBS News

BACHELOR'S GROVE CEMETERY

don't go into the woods at dusk!

I would like a post-mortem tintype or other primitive photography technique used to capture the moment.

Sleeping Beauties: The Victorians and Post-Mortem Photography

Post mortem and memento mori images. Vintage memento mori and post mortem photography from The Skull Illusion

Medieval Vampire Skeleton. Medieval vampire tombs found around the Europe.

JC MYSTIC A Medieval grave unearthed in Poland. The corpse has a sickle bolted around its neck to prevent it from rising from the dead and becoming a vampire!

The World's Strangest Museum: A Look Inside Viktor Wynd's Mind-Bending Cabinet of Curiosities | Junkculture

The World's Strangest Museum: A Look Inside Viktor Wynd's Mind-Bending Cabinet of Curiosities

Stephan Bibrowski (1891–1932), better known as Lionel the Lion-faced Man, was a famous sideshow performer. His whole body was covered with long hair that gave him the appearance of a lion; this was likely due to a rare condition called hypertrichosis.

Stephan Bibrowski better known as Lionel the Lion-faced Man, was a famous sideshow performer. His whole body was covered with long hair that gave him the appearance of a lion; this was likely due to a rare condition called hypertrichosis.

A cabinet of curiosities by the Loved to Death store in San Francisco. It includes a taxidermied coyote leg, an opossum articulated tail bone, a raccoon heart, a coiled rat tail, a skunk paw, a turtle foot, a partial skunk vertabrae, a pot bellied pig toe, a baby chick foot, a snake embryo wet specimen, and a partial fox mandible. Via lovedtodeath.blogspot.com

Mummies and Monkey Skulls: ‘Oddities’ Host Ryan Matthew Cohn on Creepy Antiques

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