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A couple from the Philippines. 1914. I really like this site...it's got one old picture per day...they're not funny really but its nice to see the world as my grandparents or great grandparents would have seen it

A couple from the Philippines. 1914. I really like this site...it's got one old picture per day...they're not funny really but its nice to see the world as my grandparents or great grandparents would have seen it

Bettie Lou Williams (1932-1954)  had a parasitic twin growing out of the left side of her body. It’s said that she was the highest paid human oddity in history, earning up to one grand a week. She put her 11 siblings through college and purchased a 260 acre farm for her parents. She died of an asthma attack at 22.

Bettie Lou Williams (1932-1954) had a parasitic twin growing out of the left side of her body. It’s said that she was the highest paid human oddity in history, earning up to one grand a week. She put her 11 siblings through college and purchased a 260 acre farm for her parents. She died of an asthma attack at 22.

Freak Show- the first picture is actually true, everyone technically has a tail in rare occasions it fully forms. These are all true defects of life.

An Album Of Old Fashion Looking Freak Show People

Freak Show- the first picture is actually true, everyone technically has a tail in rare occasions it fully forms. These are all true defects of life.

A Fat Man and a Little Woman  real photograph postcard, 5.25 x 3.25 inches, circa 1910  photographer: unknown

A Fat Man and a Little Woman real photograph postcard, 5.25 x 3.25 inches, circa 1910 photographer: unknown

Myrtle Corbin, the Four-Legged Woman (1868-May 6th, 1928).  Myrtle's extra legs belonged to her dipygus twin sister.  Myrtle worked for P.T. Barnum and Ringling Bros and often dressed her extra feet in shoes and stockings.  Myrtle later married a doctor and had five children.

Myrtle Corbin, the Four-Legged Woman (1868-May 6th, 1928). Myrtle's extra legs belonged to her dipygus twin sister. Myrtle worked for P.T. Barnum and Ringling Bros and often dressed her extra feet in shoes and stockings. Myrtle later married a doctor and had five children.

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