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Yes, that is a tampon flash drive. No, it is NOT a good idea.
Tampon USB flash drive? Oh yes. But as a previous Pinner explained, it's great "until you accidentally do you know what, then blame the O.B. company for crappy absorption. Only later to realize that your pictures of that totally awesome concert are degrading in darkness." That could be messy.
Talk about your hot flash...
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Heart shaped lock on the door to my future garden
Old heart lock. a secret garden entryway! A magic spot
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Heart shaped key hole
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Spectacular heart-shaped old door lock!
This pink see-through fantasia, Enypniastes, is a swimming sea cucumber seen about 2,500 metres deep in the Celebes Sea. In 2007 WHOI biologist Larry Madin led a team of scientists and photographers from the US and the Philippines on an expedition to explore biodiversity in the deep Celebes Sea ..." Picture: CENSUS OF MARINE LIFE / Laurence Madin, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
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11 intriguing transparent animals: Transparent sea cucumber | MNN - Mother Nature Network
Enypniastes sp. looks like a jellyfish, but is actually a transparent sea cucumber. You are seeing its intestines. It is a deep sea creature.
is it a jelly fish? No it is a sea cucumber
Transparent sea cucumber Recently discovered by researchers with the Census of Marine Life, this sea cucumber is so transparent that its digestive tract is on spectacular display. Found at a depth of 2,750 meters, it is one of many unusual finds discovered by the marine census. When encountered, this cucumber was creeping forward on its many tentacles at about 2 centimeters per minute while sweeping detritus-rich sediment into its mouth.
Stationery of Horror
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sticker that goes with office supplies
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Horror stationery designed by jacques pense. !!!!!
reinforcements for the office
Corporate Design of Crime and Horror Channel (8 pics)
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Hole punch zombies
evil nesting dolls
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Evil nesting dolls by Irene Garcia
Nesting Dolls (back view) by Irene Garcia (Sirenita), via Flickr
The skeleton called the "Ring Lady" unearthed in Herculaneum.
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The Ring Lady Herculaneum, Italy If you look closely you can see two rings still on her fingers top left. Amazing!
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1st century - The skeleton called the "Ring Lady" unearthed in Herculaneum, one of the victims of the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79
HERCULANEUM - Until this discovery,there were few Roman skeletal remains available for academic study,as Ancient Romans regularly practiced cremation in this period.Excavations in the port area of Herculaneum initially turned up more than 55 skeletons:30 adult males,13 adult females,12 children. The skeletons were found on the seafront, where it is believed they had fled in an attempt to escape the volcanic eruption. This group included the "Ring Lady", named for the rings on her fingers.
A bed monument from a small churchyard in Essex UK. This bed also depicts many symbols like a book, skulls, bones and an Ouroboros (a snake biting its own tail and forming a circle symbolising eternity.)
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A bed monument from a small churchyard in Essex UK. The “sheets” of the bed depict many symbols including a book, some skulls, bones, and an Ouroboros (a snake biting its own tail and forming a circle, thus symbolizing eternity.)
"This is a grave from the Victorian age when a fear of zombies and vampires was prevalent. The cage was intended to trap the undead just in case the corpse reanimated."
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Victorian era caged grave were created to keep the dead returning as vampires from escaping their tomb.
Victorian grave cage, intended to trap the undead just in case the corpse reanimated.
Why? To protect the world from a Victorian zombie apocalypse, or just to keep a vampire within his underground resting place, as some of the sites from which I found these images claim? The answer isn't quite so supernatural. According to an article in the Columbia Historical and Genealogical Society's newsletter, these iron cages, known as mortsafes ("mort" being a French word for death") were intended to deter body snatchers from stealing the remains of the deceased.
Covering the graves of deceased loved ones within strong iron cages was popular during the victorian era. These iron cages, known as mortsafes ("mort" being a French word for death") were intended to deter body snatchers from stealing the remains of the deceased. Not a bad idea in a time where human anatomy was still relatively unknown and the only bodies that were allowed to be dissected in many parts of the Western world were those of executed criminals.
Mortsafe: Used to prevent corpses being stolen by bodysnatchers for use in anatomy schools. The earliest mortsafes consisted simply of a large stone that was too heavy to lift. The stone was placed on top of the coffin in the grave. Sometimes it was left permanently in place, in other cases it was dug up for reuse once the body had become corrupt and of no use to the anatomists.
mourning jewelry set
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Whitby jet mourning jewelry parure
Victorian mourning jewellery, made from Whitby Jet.
FABULOUS!!! A parure of jet mourning jewelry in the British Museum. Amazing.
A rather grand mourning jewellery set made fom Whitby #rings #gold #bracelet #Jewelry #necklace| http://jewelryulises.blogspot.com
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Mourning jewellery Top left: Mother and child mourning before a man’s portrait, pearl border. Top centre: A hairwork wheat-sheaf tied with a diamond ribbon, under glass, gold pin, silver diamond-set border. Top right: A wheat-sheaf, glass reversed intaglio, in the back compartment for hair, gold ribbon-bow set with amethyst and pearls, a wheat-sheaf means “prosperity” or “abundance”. Small pins were worn by both men and women Middle right: Memorial brooch
Saint Michans , Dublin - There is a chapel near Dublin that is famous for its darker side. The chapel is Saint Michans and tourists do not go there to see fine woodwork or architecture, actually, they come here for the mummies. The main attraction for visitors are 4 mummies, one of which is said to be the remains of a nun. The mummies lie in 4 open coffins and it is said that the atmospheric conditions of the limestone lined church caused the mummification process, preserving their bodies.
St Michan's Chapel, Dublin has 4 mummies, one of which is said to be the remains of a nun. The mummies lie in 4 open coffins and it is said that the atmospheric conditions of the limestone lined church caused the mummification process, preserving their bodies.
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The Dublin Diary: A Macabre Visit to St Michan's Church
St. Michan's crypts. Dublin, Ireland
St. Michan’s, a Catholic Church (Dublin) dating back to the 11th century, where you get to walk right up to these in the crypt. Rumour has it that Bram Stoker, who has relatives buried in the church’s cemetery, went down into the crypts to get inspiration for Dracula.
St Vitalis of Assisi, the patron saint of genital disease
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Severed Head: Saint Vitalis of Assissi, Patron Saint of Genital Disease +†+ #reliquary #bizarre #oddity #skull #severed #head #saint #vitalis #of #assissi #St. #Vitalis #patron #saint #genital #disease #STDs #sexually #transmitted #diseases #unusual #religious #iconography (who knew???)
The reputed head of St Vitalis of Assisi (14th century), the patron saint of Venereal Disease - the head was sold for €3,500 at auction in 2011 in County Meath Ireland. Reportedly the buyer was Billy Jamieson, a tribal art collector and macabre museum owner, who died in mysterious circumstances on his birthday on 3rd July 2011, THE DAY THE SALE WAS COMPLETED.
Skull of St. Vitalis of Assisi, obscure Catholic saint from the 14 century. Patron saint of people afflicted with genital diseases.
Alcantarilha, Portugal ossuary chapel (Capela dos Ossos)
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Possibly NSFW. A somewhat gruesome, somewhat amazing photo of a Christian tomb in Czechoslovakia.
There were two strict years of mourning for Victorian women.For first year mourning it was mandatory that she wear all black.No jewelry or trim on clothing was allowed and a widow cap with veil was required.Even the petticoat had to be black.If she could afford them she would purchase her mourning clothing and undergarments. If she could not afford them she would dye her items black. Once her two years of mourning was up then she would have to bleach everything white again.
There were two strict years of mourning for Victorian women. For first year mourning it was mandatory that she wear all black. Most wore black crape, a silk material that is crimped in appearance, much like crepe paper, as we know it today. Bombazine, a wool blend, or broadcloth was also permissible. No jewelry or trim on clothing was allowed and a widow cap with veil was required. Handkerchiefs were white broadcloth trimmed with a black border and often a black monogram in the center. Even the petticoat had to be black. Heaven forbid if a woman slightly lifted her skirt to ascend the stairs and a white petticoat peeked out while she was in mourning! If she could afford them she would purchase her mourning clothing and undergarments. If she could not afford them she would dye her items black. Once her two years of mourning was up then she would have to bleach everything white again. www.archive.org/s...
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Cemetery Explorers: Victorian Mourning Traditions & Fashions
Victorian mourning brooch, human hair
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Victorian Mourning Brooch
Grey Hair in a Mourning Brooch
Mourning Jewelry is both beautiful and sad.
Tollund Man - Iron Age "bog person" preserved for over 2,300 years
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The Tollund Man is the naturally mummified corpse of a man who lived during the 4th century BC,during the period characterized in Scandinavia as the Pre-Roman Iron Age.He was found in 1950 buried in a peat bog on the Jutland Peninsula in Denmark, which preserved his body.It is displayed at the Silkeborg Museum in Denmark,although only the head is original.Conservation techniques for organic material were insufficiently advanced in the 1950s http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tollund_Man
Tollund Man | Atlas Obscura
Tollund Man - Iron Age man preserved for over 2,300 years
Mummified 2 Year old child; died in 1920 of pneumonia, in the Catacombs of Palermo