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Portrait of bearded lady Annie Jones, New York, United States, 1819, photograph by Charles Eisenmann.

Bearded Lady- Annie Jones 1890 wondering if really lady or not just man with long hair and thought anyway?

Alice E. Doherty was born in 1887 with a rare genetic mutation called “hypertrichosis”, or “werewolf syndrome”, which causes excessive body hair.  She was billed as “The Minnesota Woolly Baby”.  At birth, she was covered all over in two-inch long, silky blonde hair.  She began exhibiting as a sideshow “freak” at the age of two, and remained in the business until 1915.

weirdvintage: “Alice E. Doherty was born in 1887 with a rare genetic mutation called “hypertrichosis”, or “werewolf syndrome”, which causes excessive body hair. She was billed as “The Minnesota Woolly Baby”. At birth, she was covered all over in.

Alice M. Boughton (American, 1865-1943). Two Women Under a Tree, ca. 1910.  Platinum print. Courtesy George Eastman House.

Two Women under a Tree. Photographer: Alice M. Boughton (Despite many claims that this is a postmortem photo, I firmly believe that both these women are alive. As far as my extensive research can corroborate, Boughton did not take postmortem.

Shadow people are supernatural shadow-like humanoid figures that, according to believers, are seen flickering on walls and ceilings in the viewer's peripheral vision. They are often reported moving with quick, jerky movements, and quickly disintegrate into walls or mirrors. They are believed to be evil and aggressive in nature, although a few people consider them to be a form of guardian angel. Hmmmm

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The plague doctor's costume

BB: Masks worn by doctors during the Plague. The protective suit of the plague doctor consisted of a heavy fabric overcoat that was waxed, a mask with glass eye openings and a cone nose shaped like a beak to hold scented substances and straw.

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Cyanotype: “Shirley Holmes” Source: The Art of the American Snapshot Princeton University Press.

Bring home the comedy and tragedy of clowns with this refrigerator magnet. This is a vintage image of happy and sad clowns with a hint of creepy. This will be a great addition to your magnet collection or a great gift!

I adore this photo and the story behind it. Have a look at the original caption on Flickr for details! #1940s #circus

Beers & Barnes circus acrobats pose for this photo, which may have been the last with this touring company as Beers & Barnes folded up their tents for good in

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