Creepy photos

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Old cameras meant that photo subjects had to hold absolutely still for a loooooooooong time, so they usually appeared stiff and unsmiling. Sometimes stands were often used to hold people still - especially children. They were NOT strong enough to hold dead people up, however. Post-mortem photos were usually shot sitting or lying down, or being propped up by another person. But even live subjects could be creepy....some deliberately so!

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Memento Mori ("Remember your Mortality" in Latin) Death Photo. Father and Son.

Memento Mori Photography

WARNING! Not for the faint of heart. Alright... Here's something i'd love to share to all you shutterbugs. It's literally a dead artform (no pun intended) of photography. This used to be hip a long

Vintage photo of a gypsy & her 'crystal ball'. Gypsy Fortune Teller, Maleficarum, Le Clown, Elfa, Gypsy Life, Gypsy Soul, Gypsy Eyes, Mystique, Vintage Circus

The Black Hat Society

Witches, witchcraft, The Moon, cats, curiosities, darkness, goth, magick, crows, the occult, horror, tattoos, pin-ups, corsets, wolves, paranormal, abandoned asylums, creepy stuff, kitsch, 80s, weird, campy.

Very Creepy Vintage Photo. Abandoned Houses, Abandoned Places, Old Houses, Haunted Houses, Creepy Vintage, Vintage Halloween, Creepy Halloween, Dark Side, Creepy Photos

OVERVIEW - Photographs and drawings of Berlin artist Andrej Glusgold

Andrej Glusgold is photographer, illustrator and professor of photography at University of Europe in Berlin. His work deals with the visual language of the soul, dreams, visions, spirituality, eroticism and shamanism.

A childs Halloween costume in the US in

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Spot the Ghost in This Old Photo From 1900 - Paranormal Photos

I think the school bath-ladies looked something like this . or if it was the flour-lady?

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