Lobster Boy - another vintage circus "freak" He was a horrible abusive man to his family, ended up murdered. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Freaks, Human Oddities, Freak Shows and Side Shows: Part I - Famous Freaks

Francesco Lentini • Three Legged Man

In the a photographer named Charles Eisenmann photographed thousands of circus freaks. This is Three legged man

Abby & Brittany Hansel! They are truly awesome and getting their own show this Fall!!!!!

Minnesota's Abby and Brittany Hensel, conjoined twins.

Sideshow Freaks: Human Oddity I | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Sideshow Freaks: Human Oddity I Cherry Dollface. Shot in Portland or in Photo: Travis Haight (I took a hair and makeup class from her, and she's one of the nicest people I've ever met)

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Image detail for -The Tocci Brothers. Courtesy of the Mutter Museum, Philadelphia.

Rosa and Josefa.

8 Incredible Vintage Photos of 'Freaks' Who'd Rock AHS: Freak Show

Freaks, Human Oddities, Freak Shows and Side Shows: Part I - Famous Freaks

Freaks, Human Oddities, Freak Shows and Side Shows: Part I - Famous Freaks

A look at some of the famous human oddities of the Golden Age of Freak Shows; part one of a three part series examining the phenomen of exhibiting human oddities from

This woman can turn her head backwards. This trick is also known as "The Human Owl".

CIRCUS: "Sideshow Freaks: Human Oddity II" This girl is a contortionist and can move her head to face backward. She was also willing to show other attributes.

the desert peninsula of Paracas. This barren landscape is where Peruvian archaeologist Julio Tello made an astounding discovery in 19...

the desert peninsula of Paracas. This barren landscape is where Peruvian archaeologist Julio Tello made an astounding discovery in

Ella Ewing - Missouri Giantess, reportedly stood 8 feet 4 1/2 inches tall. c. 1902

Ella Kate Ewing (March 1872 - January was a Missouri woman considered the world's tallest female of her era. She would use her great height to earn a living as a sideshow attraction, popularly known as "The Missouri Giantess.

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