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Museums-American Museum Of Natural History-New York City  Date taken: 1938, Photographer:Margaret Bourke-White

Museums-American Museum Of Natural History-New York City Date taken: Photographer:Margaret Bourke-White

12 Strange Vintage Photos of Séances (ghosts, mediums, seances, Houdini, spiritualism) - ODDEE

12 Strange Vintage Photos of Séances

Check out these 12 vintage photos of mediums attempting to communicate with the dead – are they using parlor tricks or really receiving messages from the spirit world?

Mokomokai are the preserved, moko tattooed heads of Māori people of New Zealand. The heads of beloved family members, warriors and befallen enemies with moko tattoos were often preserved by removing the brain and eyes of the deceased, boiling then smoking the head and drying it in the sun. The moko tattoo, which symbolizes the Māori’s identity, remains vivid through this process and represents the individual after death during sacred ceremonies or as a trophy of war.

The famous tattooed and preserved head of a Maori warrior The tattoos indicate high rank and the heads of elaborately-tattooed warriors would be kept as prized objects by the winners.

…because they believe illusions should come in every form.

14 Makeup Transformations That Prove Makeup's True Power

"Weird Beauty" is a collaboration between photographer Alexander Khokhlov and make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan,

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taxidermied tiger - LIFE magazine (c. century) Dusty sez: "They will come back from the dead.

From the Cottingley fairies - fact or faked?

Another Cottingley Fairy photo. The two young girls, Frances Griffiths and Elsie Wright, simply cut the fairy images out of a calendar.

PAST - The Cottingley Fairies  One of the most famous hoaxes in the history of paranormal photography, the "Cottingley Fairies" appeared in a series of photographs taken by Elsie Wright (1901-1988) and Frances Griffith (1907-1986) beginning in 1917. (Paranormal Encyclopedia)

The Cottingley Fairies One of the most famous hoaxes in the history of paranormal photography, the "Cottingley Fairies" appeared in a series of photographs taken by Elsie Wright and Frances Griffith beginning in (Paranormal Encyclopedia)

WPA Federal Art Project - Promoting eye exams for children who may be having difficulty learning. Maryland 1937

John Is Not Really Dull

A WPA Federal Art Project poster from 1937 promoting eye examinations for children who may be having difficulty learning: "John is not really dull - he may only need his eyes examined. Sponsored by Town of Hempstead, W. Runcie, M.

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