incredibly striking historical photos

incredibly striking historical photos

incredibly striking historical photos - I have seen the Katherine Switzer one before - she has a great book

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"We literally have an entire television series telling us why this is a bad idea.I live in NC and now I want to visit this. Probably a bad idea

PSA : Website which shows your personal information REPIN PLEASE

PSA : Website which shows your personal information

Not in America, but fandom is family stay safe guys (Not funny but this is my its popular board)

20 Rare Historical Photos You Probably Haven't Seen Before

20 Rare Historical Photos You Probably Haven't Seen Before >> this isn't exactly Hetalia related but it's going here anyways since this is technically by history board

In case your travel plans call for something a little different

In case your travel plans call for something a little different

In case your travel plans call for something a little different: The Poison Garden gates, Alnwick Gardens, Alnwick, Northumberland, England

To set up the treasure hunt, Preiss traveled to 12 locations in the US to secretly bury a dozen ceramic casques. Each casque contains a small key that could be redeemed for one of 12 jewels Preiss kept in a safe deposit box in New York. The key to finding the casques was to match one of 12 paintings to one of 12 poetic verses, solve the resulting riddle, and start digging. One of the two casques which have been recovered was located in Grant Park, Chicago, and was found in 1983 by a gr...

To set up the treasure hunt, Preiss traveled to 12 locations in the US to secretly bury a dozen ceramic casques. Each casque contains a small key that could be redeemed for one of 12 jewels Preiss kept in a safe deposit box in New York. The key to finding

Seriously Scary Documentaries That’ll Scare The Hell Out Of You

Seriously Scary Documentaries That’ll Scare The Hell Out Of You

Seriously Scary Documentaries That’ll Scare The Hell Out Of You Seems interesting but deeply disturbing

Following her death in 1860, this woman was stuffed & displayed as when she was alive. Born with hypertrichosis, her features were gorilla-like; her nose & ears especially large, face covered with hair, & a double pair of teeth. Her husband had originally purchased her & worked her as a performer. She had a child with the same condition who died after 3 days. She died five days after that (complications from birth), & her husband had both her & the baby mummified & placed in a glass cabinet.

This indigenous Mexican woman was stuffed & put on display after her death in Born with hypertrichosis, her features were characteristic of a gorilla; especially large nose & ears, face covered with hair, & a double set of teeth.

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