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Seemingly Normal Photos with Terrifying Backstories

Seemingly Normal Photos with Terrifying Backstories

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but not these images. Here are some seemingly normal photos with terrifying backstories.

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Death Masks: The Culture and Comfort of Remembering the Dead

Death Masks: The Culture and Comfort of Remembering the Dead

To make death masks sculptors take a mold of a person's face post mortem and then fill the mold with plaster or metal to capture a three dimensional model.

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Jennifer Groesbeck: A Dead Mother’s Cry For Help

Jennifer Groesbeck: A Dead Mother’s Cry For Help

Did the Spirit of Jennifer Groesbeck Call Out For Help? Jennifer Groesbeck and her daughter, Lily, left the home of Jenny's parents on Friday, March 6 around 10 at night. She was ...

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The Pollock Twins: Proof of Reincarnation?

The Pollock Twins: Proof of Reincarnation?

The Pollock twins were English girls who are often referenced as proof of reincarnation. Their parents, John and Florence Pollock, lived in Hexham, England. They had two ...

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Pagan Easter: Where Did the Modern Tradition Really Originate?

Pagan Easter: Where Did the Modern Tradition Really Originate?

The Easter celebration as we know it today is not rooted in Christianity, but is a pagan Easter derived from polytheistic beliefs of gods and nature.

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Joyce Vincent: Dead and Alone For Three Years

Joyce Vincent: Dead and Alone For Three Years

Joyce Vincent's skeleton was found 3 years later in her flat next to a shopping bag and presents she had wrapped. The strange circumstances are baffling.

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Disturbing Twins – June and Jennifer Gibbons

Disturbing Twins – June and Jennifer Gibbons

The disturbing case of June and Jennifer Gibbons. The twins refused to speak to others and were inseparable. One of them had to die for it to end.

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Post Mortem Photography – Victorian Culture of Immortalizing the Dead

Post Mortem Photography – Victorian Culture of Immortalizing the Dead

Post mortem photography during the 1800s was a very costly way to immortalize the dead in the hearts and minds of survivors.

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Richard Chase – The Vampire of Sacramento

Richard Chase – The Vampire of Sacramento

Earning the nickname, "Vampire of Sacramento", Richard Chase terrorized California and drank the blood of his victims to satisfy a persistent delusion.

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The Real First Female Presidential Nominee

The Real First Female Presidential Nominee

Her presidential campaign never won a single vote, but Victoria Woodhull still claims her place as the first female presidential nominee in US history.

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Five Real Ouija Board Experiences

Five Real Ouija Board Experiences

Is it a portal between the known and the unknown? Can you really talk to spirits and the deceased? Read these five terrifying real Ouija board experiences.

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Blue Lady Ghost of Moss Beach Distillery

Blue Lady Ghost of Moss Beach Distillery

The Blue Lady ghost of Moss Beach Distillery is restless spirit. She passionately loved a man she shouldn't have and tragically died for it.

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North Sentinel Island: Home to the Pre-Neolithic Sentinelese

North Sentinel Island: Home to the Pre-Neolithic Sentinelese

North Sentinel Island is home to a pre-Neolithic tribe that is as vulnerable as they are mysterious. Who are these people and what do we know about them?

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Baba Yaga: The Wise Witch of Slavic Folklore

Baba Yaga: The Wise Witch of Slavic Folklore

Baba Yaga eats people. She's wicked but all-knowing. If you're noble of heart, she may let you live. Read about the famous witch of Russian folklore.

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This Carnival of Venice Mask Has a Dark Origin

This Carnival of Venice Mask Has a Dark Origin

The Plague Doctor mask is quite popular among those participating in the Carnival of Venice. But do they know the dark history of the Medico della Peste?

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