Huffington Post (Oct. 1) - images regarding how Victorian members immortalized their family members

Memento Mori: How Victorian Mourning Photography Immortalised Loved Ones After Death (PICTURES)

More than just a gift for a whiskey-loving dad, this personalized miniature oak barrel accelerates the aging process, so the recipient's choice of liquor will hit its prime up to ten times faster.

More than just a gift for a whiskey-loving dad, this personalized miniature oak barrel accelerates the aging process, so the recipient's choice of liquor will hit its prime up to ten times faster.

Her husband and other children are so devastated over this double loss of life. Their depth of sadness can be felt when  looking at the sadness on their faces.

Her husband and other children are so devastated over this double loss of life. Their depth of sadness can be felt when looking at the sadness on their faces.

Sea Beach Print Flannel Skid Resistance Water Absorb Carpet

Sea Beach Print Flannel Skid Resistance Water Absorb Carpet

<b>Esta tradición de duelo de la era victoriana es fascinante</b>. Precaución: imágenes de gente muerta a continuación.

17 Fotografías post mórtem inquietantes de los años 1800

<b>Esta tradición de duelo de la era victoriana es fascinante</b>. Precaución: imágenes de gente muerta a continuación.

HOMBRE EGIPCIO CON MAQUILLAJE

10 Facial Reconstructions of Famous Historical Figures

Strange Birth Defects -- Click to read the story of the human frog baby born in 1947. Made me sad that they exploited the poor little thing before it died. It needed to be cuddled and loved after it was born..not held up for the camera.

Strange Birth Defects -- Click to read the story of the human frog baby born in 1947. Made me sad that they exploited the poor little thing before it died. It needed to be cuddled and loved after it was born..not held up for the camera.

Cassell's History - "HENRY VIII DANCING WITH ANNE BOLEYN " - Engraving - 1858

Cassell's History - "HENRY VIII DANCING WITH ANNE BOLEYN " - Engraving - 1858

Fine 158 year old engraving from "THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND" by John Cassell. Published by W. Kent in London in The image is about x on a page that is

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