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ca_20140531_033 Inv. 1375, 2 imagini: portrete, 1938

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Which Way Books: Invasion of the Black Slime. Choosing between coloured doors - this ending was behind the red door, I think. (Reminds me of that dark side tv series in the 80s)

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I am a nightbird... // ca. 1911

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A style of hanging lantern with frosted etched glass for a softer glow. These appear to be electric but one could create a similar look with candles.

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amusement

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“Mad as a hatter” In 18th and 19th century England mercury was used in the production of felt, which was used in the manufacturing of hats common of the time. People who worked in these hat factories were exposed daily to trace amounts of the metal, which accumulated within their bodies over time, causing some workers to develop dementia caused by mercury poisoning. Thus the phrase “Mad as a Hatter” became popular as a way to refer to someone who was perceived as insane.

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#art #photography #nature #forest #trees #fog #fall

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14 Style Lessons We Learned From Our Favourite Films #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.uk/movies-favourite-outfit-ideas#slide-2 The Addams Family, 1965Most might credit Kanye West with the all-black errrrything craze, but it was actually Morticia Addams who first recognised that a dark wardrobe is a happy one....

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Famous Artworks Inspired by Their Creators’ Nervous Breakdowns

The Stages of Schizophrenia - A 20th-century artist, Louis Wain, who was fascinated by cats, painted these pictures over a period of time in which he developed schizophrenia. The pictures mark progressive stages in the illness and exemplify what it does to the victim’s perception.

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Bill Sienkiewicz

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witch's tea party

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"Beauty of mother nature, Undulatus Asperatus Clouds." Uhhhh I think you mean DEMONS COMING FOR YOUR SOUL

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The fog & beasts cometh.

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Homemade Halloween Costume Ideas

Gluing bugs onto nylon- such a fun, creepy idea. Halloween!

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Old, Weird Tech: Baby Cage Edition

baby cage, 1937 omg

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kinda cool, kinda creepy. ~ via ffffound

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"Mammatus clouds are most often associated with the anvil cloud and severe thunderstorms. They often extend from the base of a cumulonimbus, but may also be found under altocumulus, altostratus, stratocumulus, and cirrus clouds, as well as volcanic ash clouds. When occurring in cumulonimbus, mammatus are often indicative of a particularly strong storm or perhaps even a tornadic storm."

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9 scary images of shelf clouds

shelf clouds by Bill & Vicki Tracey

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Abandoned Amusement Park

spooky

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Teetering on the edge... / #black_and_white #monochrome #contrast #photography

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"The Most Beautiful Suicide" On May 1, 1947, Evelyn McHale went to the observation deck of the Empire State Building. Through the mist she gazed at the street, 86 floors below. Then she jumped. In her desperate determination she leaped clear of the setbacks and hit a United Nations limousine parked at the curb. Across the street photography student Robert Wiles heard an explosive crash. Just four minutes after Evelyn McHale's death Wiles got this picture of death's violence and its…

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Oldest known photograph of a tornado. August 28, 1884. 22 miles southwest of Howard, South Dakota. National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration

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