Emilisa cabinet card. Emilie and Elisabeth (known collectively as "Emilisa") Stoll were born in Vilbel, Germany, near Frankfurt, on January 17, 1912. They were conjoined at the top of the head, facing opposite directions. They lived at least to the age of 23 months
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The history of the Freak Show and the legendary freaks who promoted the popular attractions - Altered Dimensions Paranormal
Freak shows were popular attractions during the mid 19th to mid 20th centuries until changes in societal attitudes towards handicapped persons and tightening of local laws prohibiting “exhibition of deformed human beings” led to the decline of the freak show as a form of entertainment. Featuring attractions such as deformed humans and animals, unusual physical performers, “pickled punks” (abnormal fetuses preserved in glass jars), and occasional hoaxes, the freak show has captivated…
Cabinet Card - 3 girls and a Giant Guy
Original vintage cabinet cards with original acrylic overpainting by Colin Batty. Approx. 4.5 inches x 6.5 inches. Cards vary. Click the image to see the full card. This is not a copy and one lucky person can own the original painting, one-of- a-kind. The rest of you, it's prints. They're subtle and twisted. Entire cabinet card collection is available in the new book, Meet the Family: Altered photographs by Colin Batty. Note: If there is no selectable original, then it's sold. We try…
Circus Freak India Twin siamese brothers Peroomal & Samy original 1910s postcard
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The Circus, 1870-1950 by TASCHEN by kReEsTaL, via Flickr (I don't know what to feel about this, the way she gets the attention, is it good or bad? Either way the history of it is fun)