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Top 10 Freak Show Acts Of All Time
Freak shows were much more popular fifty years ago than they are today. In fact, they are now illegal in some states. Freak shows were common at state fairs, carnivals, and circus sideshows. Curtains would be tightly drawn around the various “three-headed lady” or “alligator boy” tents. Curious customers wondered what was inside, and perhaps even forked over some cash to take a peek. More often than not, the customers would be heartily disappointed because most of these shows were a ruse…
This is Dede, an Indonesian man who suffers from the human papilloma virus (HPV) and an under-performing immune system which has resulted in warts and root-like growths sprouting from his body. In 2007 the Indonesian government granted his free treatment to try and manage and improve his condition after he was featured in a television documentary.
Agnes Schwarzenbacher, AKA "Agnes Schmidt," "Rubber-Skinned Girl" or "Elephant Girl," had skin at the top of her legs that was over a foot long, so it stretched far off her body. She was born in Germany, but considered Milwaukee, Wisconsin her home. During the 1930s she performed with the sideshow Ripley's Believe It or Not. She had two brothers and two sisters, none of which had her condition, and she was married at least once. Add a photo to this gallery Quasi-modo.net