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HUMAN ODDITIES - Digital Printable Collage Sheet - Vintage Circus Freakshow Performers, Freaks & Geeks, Unusual Beauty, Digital Download

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Jo Jo the dog face boy Poster. Barnum and Bailey. Freakshow. Freak show. Side show. Carnival. Circus. Art. Print.. Fedor Jeftichew

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from Cult of Weird

Freak Show: Most Famous Circus Sideshow Performers

Circus sideshow freak Grady Stiles, also known as Lobster Boy. He was murdered by his son and his Mother. Grady was an angry and abusive man.

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from ViralNova.com

These 20 Vintage Sideshow Photos Are So Odd. #15 Has To Be Fake. How Is That Even Possible?!

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Victorian curiosity the lobster crab boy circus sideshow freak show freakshow

Vampy's playground for all things Victorian: steampunk, circus, vaudevillian, velvet, carnival, theatre and what have you. In honour of ,y Victorian badass busmates and Addie Hopperton, the fierce...

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Jenny Lee & Elvira Snow Freaks has earned its place in history as one of the all-time great cult films, though it wasn’t always beloved. The film was reviled by both critics and audiences upon release in 1932. It was a career-killer for Tod Browning, who had previously been a Hollywood golden child with a string of Lon Chaney hits under his belt and who had just come off the enormous success of Dracula. The film shocked audiences with its use of actual sideshow “freaks” as actors…

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Melvin Burkhardt (1907-2001), The Human Blockhead. He could drive a five inch nail or an ice pick into his head through his nose without flinching.

History and medical description of the two-headed girl : sold by her agents for her special benefit, at 25 cents (1869) Millie and Christine McCoy (1851-1912) (Source: archive.org)

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from Cult of Weird

Freak Show: Most Famous Circus Sideshow Performers

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Jenny Lee & Elvira Snow Freaks has earned its place in history as one of the all-time great cult films, though it wasn’t always beloved. The film was reviled by both critics and audiences upon release in 1932. It was a career-killer for Tod Browning, who had previously been a Hollywood golden child with a string of Lon Chaney hits under his belt and who had just come off the enormous success of Dracula. The film shocked audiences with its use of actual sideshow “freaks” as actors…

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