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Check out new work on my @Behance portfolio: "giraffe with four heads" http://be.net/gallery/37767475/giraffe-with-four-heads

Check out new work on my @Behance portfolio: "giraffe with four heads" http://be.net/gallery/37767475/giraffe-with-four-heads

"Laurello, the Only Man With a Revolving Head"  (yes, he was real) appeared in Sam Wagner's  freak show on Coney Island. From Fortune Magazine,  1938. ☀

"Laurello, the Only Man With a Revolving Head" (yes, he was real) appeared in Sam Wagner's freak show on Coney Island. From Fortune Magazine, 1938. ☀

Jack Earle, Circus giant with the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus

Jack Earle, Circus giant with the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus

Mary Ann Bevan (December 20, 1874 – December 26, 1933), AKA "The Ugliest Woman in the World," was known for being one of the worst looking women ever. The reason she had this ugly appearance is because she had Acromegaly, a disease making you grow rapidly. Mary was married at age 3s, the same year that she started getting symptoms of the disease. When Mary died, she weighed 168 lbs and was 5 feet 7 inches tall, which was short for someone with acromegaly.

Mary Ann Bevan (December 20, 1874 – December 26, 1933), AKA "The Ugliest Woman in the World," was known for being one of the worst looking women ever. The reason she had this ugly appearance is because she had Acromegaly, a disease making you grow rapidly. Mary was married at age 3s, the same year that she started getting symptoms of the disease. When Mary died, she weighed 168 lbs and was 5 feet 7 inches tall, which was short for someone with acromegaly.

Madame Delait and her husband ran The Cafe of The Bearded Lady in Lorraine, France, at the end of the 1800's.

Madame Delait and her husband ran The Cafe of The Bearded Lady in Lorraine, France, at the end of the 1800's.

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