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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.

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.

Graham Hancock: Ancient Aliens, Atlantis & Ayahuasca

Graham Hancock writer photos and book list could be found here

La registrazione del ruggito del leone della Metro-Goldwin-Mayer

60 Rare Photos That Will Destroy Everything You Knew About The Past. Cameramen recording the lion roar for the MGM logo

Henrietta Lacks (August 1, 1920 – October 4, 1951)[1] (sometimes erroneously called Henrietta Lakes, Helen Lane or Helen Larson) was an African-American woman who was the unwitting source of cells (from her cancerous tumor) which were cultured by George Otto Gey to create the first known human immortal cell line for medical research. This is now known as the HeLa cell line.[2]

The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks -- A poor black tobacco farmer whose cells—taken without her knowledge in 1951 and now called HeLa cells—became one of the most important tools in medicine, vital for developing the polio vaccine, cloning, gene mapping

1883 - The head of the Statue of Liberty is seen on display in a park in Paris, France, prior to completion. Frederic Auguste Bartholdis master work was a gift to the United States, which is displayed as the center piece of New York Harbor.

The head of the Statue of Liberty on display at the World's Fair in Paris in This was just before its destination to New York. Photographs, World Fair Exhibition, Posters, pictures and photos

Berenice Abbott (1898–1991) - Bread Store, 259 Bleecker Street (1937) -  Gelatin silver print - Museum of the City of New York, 49.282.57

Exhibition: ‘American Modern: Abbott, Evans, Bourke-White’ at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas

Post Office Department Inspector DF Angier (left) and Dr. LF Kebler, formerly of the Food and Drug Administration, try out a stretching device which claimed to increase height by 2 to 6 inches, 1931.

27 Crazy Images Of Medical Treatments Through History

People tried to stretch themselves taller in Post Office Department Inspector DF Angier (left) and Dr. LF Kebler, formerly of the Food and Drug Administration, try out a stretching device which claimed to increase height by 2 to 6 inches,

A prosthetic face plate from WWI - Imgur

WWI facial prosthesis - because of trench warfare, so many wounds were to the head and face. Before plastic surgery was common, doctors and artists worked together to give returning young soldiers a way to fit back into society.

Vor 100 Jahren normal, heute völlig absurd. Bei diesen Bildern wirst du sprachlos.

Vor 100 Jahren normal, heute völlig absurd. Bei diesen Bildern wirst du sprachlos.

Chloroform in a medicine tin found in a U.S. Medical Dept. hospital knapsack. It was used as an anesthetic during many surgeries

Hooks, handsaws and forceps: The grisly photos that show how soldiers gritted their teeth for surgery in the American Civil War

Chloroform in a medicine tin found in a U. It was used as an anesthetic during many surgeries-thank God for the invention of Anesthesia!

Feldbuch der Wundarznei (Field manual for the treatment of wounds) by Hans von Gersdorff, (1517); illustration by Hans Wechtlin.

Feldbuch der Wundarznei (Field manual for the treatment of wounds) by Hans von Gersdorff, illustration by Hans Wechtlin.

Alvin C. York, Sergeant York

Alvin York, a backwoods Tennessean who became the most highly decorated soldier of World War I, beautifully portrayed by Gary Cooper in Sergeant York (the movie). Lets go Alvin York, Tennessee, and Gary Cooper

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