The so-called 'health foods' that are probably killing you
There are so many products on the market these days that are supposed to be good for us — much of it based on zero evidence. Here are 11 commonly touted "health foods" that are actually quite harmful.
35 Creepy Cool Vintage Halloween Costumes
The Bizarre. The Scary. The Macabre. Creepy Halloween Costumes : Old School Style : Why’s it seem the Halloween back in the day was so much creepier than today? Maybe because they had less to work …
Dear Abby - Calling All Girls - Halloween Covers
Dear Friends, I just wanted to share some fun vintage magazine covers with you for Halloween. Calling All Girls was a retro magazine for girls. It eventually became YM magazine. It was before my Momma's time, but we both love finding images from the magazine. The reason? There was usually a dachshund on the cover! We found some great retro images to share with you here. The picture above shows a girl dressed as a skeleton with her dachshund, from 1958. Below, from 1959, a girl decorates a…
The Munsters in Black and White
Whitman Publishing Company had the rights to The Munsters, evidently. In 1965 they came out with this fairly pedestrian"128-page coloring book." This is our family copy. The first few pages are missing, but most are here. By my rough estimation about ten or a dozen kids and grandkids (counting from my parents) are potential culprits as "outside the line" experts. I say "pedestrian" because most of the drawings in here are more-or-less competent, but by no means inspired. And, do they look…
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Trick or Treaters in doorway8
This is from a series of 1960s slides. The family evidently set up their camera and shot whenever they opened the door on trick-or-treaters.