Magpies: Four for sorrow: Magpies are said to hold funerals for fallen friends and even bring wreaths. Dr. Marc Bekoff claims the rituals - which involve birds laying 'wreaths' of grass alongside roadside corpses - are proof animals feel complex emotions. 'It's bad biology to argue against the existence of animal emotions,' he said. *Note: People have witnessed the same behavioral rituals in ravens and crows also.
Here is the bouquet I made for Savannah's corpse bride costume....BEFORE I sprayed it with glitter! Some people have asked me how I made these. For future inquiried. I found some old fabric flowers, painted them with midnight blue and black acrylic
John Milton Chivington (January 27, 1821 – October 4, 1894) was a colonel in the United States Army who gained infamy for leading a 700-man force of Colorado Territory militia during the massacre at Sand Creek in November 1864. An estimated 70–163 peaceful Cheyenne and Arapaho – about two-thirds of whom were women, children, and infants – were killed and mutilated by his troops.
Pictured: Inside the house of horrors where Russian historian held birthday parties for 150 little girls he had dug up from their graves and mummified Anatoly Moskvin exhumed 150 corpses of girls aged between three and 12 He dressed decomposing bodies and skeletons in stockings and dresses Mummified the corpses, gave them names and even held birthday parties Macabre obsession was discovered when his parents visited him in 2011