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Victorians had a fear of being buried alive. In order to prevent this efforts included contraptions where a rope was tied to the corpse's hand so if it were to move it would ring a bell above ground.

Unmarked graves at a state asylum.

Paranormal Pictures, Ghost over grave?

Lee-Fendall House: Former home of General Robert E. Lee was converted into a hospital for Union soldiers during the Civil War. Many visitors claim to hear & see ghosts and feel paranormal activity.

A paper, wood and plaster scale model of Pompeii by the archaeologist Giuseppe Fiorelli between 1861 and 1879.

The Bells of St Clements. St Clements is a small church situated in St. Clements Lane, Eastcheap. There have been three Churches on the site starting with the first in the 11th Century. . The original old Church was rebuilt in the 15th Century. The second church was destroyed in 1666 during the Great Fire. The existing church was rebuilt in 1687 by Sir Christopher Wren. The "Oranges and lemons" refer to the citrus fruits unloaded at the nearby wharves.

man buried with his motorcycle

A crowd gathers round to watch a young boy push a woman on a swing, in this unique, delightful Victorian slice-of-life snapshot. #Victorian #crowd #1800s #swing #outdoors

A friend of a friend was going through his photos from last year's hunting season and found this pic. He says the trail cam is activated by movement yet there were no pics of the entity anywhere else except in this photo. If it were a person there would have been several photos where the person entered into the vision field of the camera, yet only this photo was taken. The area in which this photo was taken is on private hunting property miles from any residential areas in Northern Michigan.

Too old to marry? Lipstick may save you.

Haunted Bell Wood Cemetery located in Adams, TN - home of The Bell Witch. Copyright: Caroline Pratt

Graves of a Catholic woman and her Protestant husband, who were not allowed to be buried together.