via odditiesoflife: Fairies, Nymphs, Demons - A Bizarre Collection of Strange Specimens The specimens of Alex CF feature an incredible collection of cryptozoology. His page features amazing stories behind his collection that include descriptions of demons, fairies, nymphs, and other assorted oddities. His pieces are for sale.
Head and skull of malformed infants; conjoined twins, bilateral cleft lip and holoprosencephaly From Surgical Anatomy by Joseph Maclise, published London by J. Churchill, 1856
Stab wound in heart
A closer look at a taxidermied dragon has debunked the creationist theory that it proves pterosaurs died out just a few hundred years ago
Bone sculptures by Mahalski - DuellingSet
19th Century Wax Anatomical “Half and Half” Models 1830.cutaway of woman wearing regency clothing England 1810
19th Century Wax Anatomical “Half and Half” Modela. Incredible wax anatomical figures, originally created circa 1810-1830.
Devil child skeleton.
the roofs of the heart trees were white. whether with frost or the milky vibrance of cherry blossoms, she could not yet tell.
The Birds Paradise, 1930s Charles E Jones was known as the “Birdman of Vancouver.” This and other photos of Jones and his birds appeared in the 24 February 1941 issue of Life Magazine. Jones became Vancouver’s mayor in 1947. Source: BC postcard collection at SFU Special Collections. Oh!
Victorian Bat and Quarter Moon Chatelaine Piece. This chatelaine piece features a bat flying over a town with a quarter moon in the background. The chatelaine piece could have functioned to hold rouge or coins.
Ten assorted artificial eyes, London, England, 1870-1920
Blood as seen under electron microscope
octopus dinner plates
Amazing frog swallows christmas light