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  • Susie Graham

    I have read some weird stories but this one is out in left field. In the 1890's and after years of research, experiments, and failures, two scientist were able to impregnate a woman with the pollen of a flower. This is the child, Zinnia Bigelow.

  • Traci Fox

    Oddity on a freakshow postcard

  • Jan Galbraith

    I might have bad dreams after seeing this...

  • Debbie Evans Conley

    vintage photograph

  • Carrie Filetti

    the flowerface girl

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