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Taken in 1926, Dorothy Gulliver poses for a publicity shot for The Collegians, a four-year series about college life by some of Hollywood’s early masterminds

15 Incredibly Odd Photos From The Archives

Taken in 1926, Dorothy Gulliver poses for a publicity shot for The Collegians, a four-year series about college life by some of Hollywood’s early masterminds

Fanny Mills, the Bigfoot Lady | 16 Real Life Side Show Workers That Probably Inspired "American Horror Story: Freak Show"

Fanny Mills, the Bigfoot Lady | 16 Real Life Side Show Workers That Probably Inspired "American Horror Story: Freak Show"

It used to be legal to send kids in the mail.When domestic parcel post service was introduced in the United States in 1913, Americans were finally able to send packages across the country at an affordable rate. Early on, some people chose to abuse this new service. At least two people sent their stamp-covered children through the mail before the Postmaster General was able to issue new regulations banning the practice. The National Postal Museum still has this humorous picture on display.

It used to be legal to send kids in the mail.When domestic parcel post service was introduced in the United States in 1913, Americans were finally able to send packages across the country at an affordable rate. Early on, some people chose to abuse this new service. At least two people sent their stamp-covered children through the mail before the Postmaster General was able to issue new regulations banning the practice. The National Postal Museum still has this humorous picture on display.

blackandwtf:1880s  Josephene Myrtle Corbin, the Four-Legged Woman, was born in Lincoln County, Tennessee in 1868. Rather than having a parasitic twin, Myrtle’s extra legs resulted from an even rarer form of conjoined twinning known as dipygus, which...

blackandwtf:1880s Josephene Myrtle Corbin, the Four-Legged Woman, was born in Lincoln County, Tennessee in 1868. Rather than having a parasitic twin, Myrtle’s extra legs resulted from an even rarer form of conjoined twinning known as dipygus, which...

Mermaids are real, says the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Mermaids are real, says the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

If we chose to take every paleolithic painting literally - lots of things are real. :) But this is pretty cool - though by the look, this mermaid/man would have to swim sideways. They would've been smarter to go with a dolphin, seal or manatee lower half.

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