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Bath mat that turns red when wet - perfect for the guest bath. So mean, but Seriously. Awesome.

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Ever wonder how people come to the conclusion that someone is their third cousin twice removed? Here is a concise description on how that works and a cousin sheet worth printing out, just in case you don't already have a relationship calculator. Here is a link to a relationship calculator: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~genepool/cousins.htm

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Another Way of Tracing Roots: The 1918 Influenza Pandemic [click for article]

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Death Symbolism

Death Symbolism

Death Symbolism

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This scratcher card making idea gets my thoughts pumping! Oh the possibilities!

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How to make a skull Oh, I will sooooo be doing this one!

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Little Ms. Frightmare

little miss frightmare, from barbie head..love it

Little Ms. Frightmare

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Make a silver ring for 25 cents

WHAT?! Do you have a quarter from 1964 or before? If you do, it is made of silver. You can turn that coin into a nice silver band using a spoon, a drill, and a metal file.

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The ‘Self-Grown’ Pictures of Dr. F.F. Runge... . . . Friedlieb Ferdinand Runge (1795-1867) was a German chemist who spent much of his early career analyzing poisonous substances derived from plants. In addition to identifying the effects of belladonna, "Dr. Poison," as he was called, also identified the active substances in caffeine and quinine. His work with “self-grown” images is considered a precursor of chromatography. The Beinecke Library at Yale has a rare copy of Das Od als…

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Skeletons have feelings too

Let it Be by Dan McCarthy

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Dr. Frederick Ruysch (1638-1731)

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GEORG HAINZ, Cabinets of Curiosities 1666

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"Edward Mordrake was a 19th century English nobleman who had an extra face on the back of his head. According to the story, the extra face could neither eat nor speak, but it could laugh and cry. Edward begged doctors to have his ‘devil twin’ removed, because, supposedly, it whispered horrible things to him at night, but no doctor would attempt it. He committed suicide at the age of 23 by poisoning himself because he could no longer stand having to live with the face on the back o...

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Mary Queen of Scots’ Watch: Large SKULL WATCH given by the Queen to Mary Seton. The forehead of the skull is engraved with a figure of death between a palace and a cottage, and a quotation in Latin meaning ‘pale death visits with impartial foot the cottages of the poor and the castles of the rich’ (Horace). The skull is held upside down and the jaw lifted to read the silver dial. The hour is struck on a bell. Made by Moyant A Blois (1570-90).

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The Banshee, ("woman of the síde" or "woman of the fairy mounds") is a feminine Spirit in Irish mythology, usually seen as an omen of death and a messenger from the Otherworld. In legend, a banshee is a fairy woman who begins to wail if someone is about to die. In Scottish mythology the creature is called the bean sìth or bean-nighe and is seen washing the blood stained clothes or armour of those who are about to die. Alleged sightings of banshees have been reported as recently as 1948.

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Death & Gravestone Symbolism

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Make a silver ring for 25 cents

DIY silver rings. Another pinner said: This is how my grandpa made my grandma's wedding ring.

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Every once in a while in the middle of an ordinary life, Love gives us a Fairytale Vinyl Wall Decal Quote

Shellie

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jade sculpture.

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Horse at step The horse was a symbol of strength and power. They were left in tombs to symbolize the power of the dead in their life. Dated IX-VIII Cen BC. Magna Graecia.

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Duck The duck is a recurrent symbol of the Etruscan art, it's meaning is probably related to family.  Found among the dead's possession in a tumb in Volterra  Dated VII Cen BC.

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Spirit Board (ok when used carefully - I ring a small bell for higher vibrations - but rarely touch Ouija boards - had some 'strange' experiences & still studying the dynamics.)

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Manzanita Tree Centerpiece Votive candles and garlands of orchids and crystals hung down from tall Manzanita trees.

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Black and White skull art print illustration pattern cool

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