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265 years ago, a 28 year old German woman named Johanna Sophia Schmied who lived in the village of Taucha near Leipzig, gave birth to a monster that is unlike any other. This monster has become popularly known as the "Chicken Man."  Fate magazine's February (2000) issue recounts the facts of the case as preserved by the attending physician, Dr. Gottlieb Friderici. The physician witnessed the event and preserved the fetus in formaldehyde along with an extensive report of his autopsy…

Monsters: Chicken Man, Demons, Ica Skulls by Laura Knight-Jadczyk

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Jail Jamas - The Daring Gift for Married Folks! Daring and sexist. She gets number 2795 and a half!

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Equestrian Simplified silhouettes of competitive equestrian sports: combined driving, show jumping, dressage, eventing (military), equestrian vaulting and western riding - buy this stock vector on Shutterstock & find other images.

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What is the creepiest thing your young child has ever said to you?

What is the creepiest thing your young child has ever said to you? I died laughing. but I was also creeped out.

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Victor Noir grave, in Pere Lachaise Cemetery in Paris.   made in 1804 by Artist Jules Dalou.   The sculpture has a very noticeable bulge in Noir's trousers. This has made it one of the most popular memorials for women to visit in the famous cemetery. Myth says that placing a flower in the upturned top hat after kissing the statue on the lips and rubbing its genital area will enhance fertility, bring a blissful sex life, or, in some versions, a husband within the year.

Paris, site of French journalist Victor Noir, His tomb became a fertility symbol. Myth says that placing a flower in the up turned hat, after kissing the statues lips will enhance fertility,bring a blissful sex life or a husband within the year.

Also known as a Spanish Spider An instrument of the torture dungeon used to inflict pain and punishment. It is forced down on soft fleshy parts of the body. Then when pulled up the points close, tearing out a chunk of flesh Photographed at Castlerock Museum Alma Wisconsin August 25th 2012

Medieval torture device, known as a Spanish Spider. An instrument of the torture dungeon used to inflict pain and punishment. It is forced down on soft fleshy parts of the body. Then when pulled up the points close, tearing out a chunk of flesh.

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