На главную
Видео добавленное пользователем “Luth Luther”
Hilarious Photos That Prove Victorian Times Weren't As Serious As Everyone Thinks
If you've ever looked at pictures from the Victorian era then you've probably noticed that nobody is smiling. Everybody looks so serious that it seems as if people in the 1800s simply didn't know how to have fun. But as these rare pictures prove, that wasn't always the case. There are many theories as to why Victorians always look so dour in pictures. Long exposure times made smiling difficult (and by long we mean several hours. Seriously. Ever tried smiling for several hours? It hurts) and the high cost of portraits gave people very little to smile about. Poor dental hygiene made people reluctant to show their teeth (or whatever teeth they had left),and let's not forget that many Victorians simply had it pretty rough back then. *********************************************************************** -Music 1 : "Fig Leaf Times Two" -Music Download Link: https://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1200096 -Music 2 : Soda Pop -Music Download Link: http://www.purple-planet.com/fun/4583971361 ***********************************************************************
Просмотров: 951687 Luth Luther
Incredibly Kids Playgrounds From Early 20th Century
If it seems like today’s kids have gotten “softer” compared to the kids decades ago, perhaps it’s because playgrounds have gotten softer as well. Thanks to state laws and personal injury lawyers, the landscape of the typical playground has changed a lot over the years, making it a safer and more “educationally interactive” environment. On the other hand, maybe those rough-and-tumble recreation areas of yesteryear served as an early life lesson that the world was a harsh and unforgiving place. ************************************************************************************ -Music: Halloween Hip-Hop Horror - Music Box Beat -Music Download Link: https://sellfy.com/p/FhyI/
Просмотров: 15364 Luth Luther
10 of The Most Extremely Bizarre Medical Disorders
We've known about some medical conditions for centuries, even if we didn't have a name for them. Even you may be surprised to learn that they are just two of the thousands of very real and rare disorders that can have a great devastating impact on people's lives. We've known about some medical conditions for centuries, even if we didn't have a name for them. Others have only recently come to our attention. Either way, these medical conditions we're about to discuss are so peculiar that doctors, researchers and the people who live with them continue to work not only toward a cure but toward a greater understanding of what the condition even is. For people with rare or little-understood medical conditions, this frustrating scenario is generally how their doctor visits play out. And it can be very lonely there may only be a few dozen people in the entire world who have the same condition. ************************************************************************************* -Music: Halloween Instrumental Music - A Sad and Creepy SoundTrack -Music Download Link: https://sellfy.com/p/uisM/
Просмотров: 30235 Luth Luther
Mystifying  And Shocking Freak Show Performers In History
It's unbelievable to think of a time when people with birth defects and deformities were treated as "freaks" and exploited as main attractions traveling with the local circus from town to town. These images will take you back to a time where sideshow circus performers were prominent, and they'll definitely give you the shivers. The interesting thing is that a lot of these real-life people were the main source of inspiration for American Horror Story's second season. ****************************************************************** -Music: TeknoAXE's Royalty Free Music - Royalty Free Music #129 (The Mysteries That are Unsolved) Piano/Mystery/Horror -Music Download Link: http://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_2.php?q=162 ****************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************
Просмотров: 14875 Luth Luther
Terrifying Pictures That Reveal The Horror Of Surgery In The Victorian Era
Surgery as we know it today has developed over the ages to come up with fairly painless and safe techniques that we have today. But look back a little into the past, and you'll begin to see surgery in a whole new light, a horrific colour. The horrific procedures that existed during the Victorian Era. ********************************************************************************************************************************************** -Music 1: UNBORN'S LULLABY - myuu (Royalty-Free Music) -Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCT2MVDOAKli9ENjWVWfudEQ -Support the composer (myuu) with donations: http://goo.gl/tZy5p - Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ns/ -Music 2: HAUNTED BY SCREAMS - myuu - DARK CREEPY PIANO (Royalty-Free Music) -Download Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mISVPjLE6I4&list=PLnKoH0VZrkgjDjJTmxRPCH0WmOqBKNHtU ***************************************************************************************************************************************
Просмотров: 336808 Luth Luther
Unsettling WW1 Horrific Injury And Wound Photos You're Not Allowed To See
-An injury caused by trench warfare- A million British soldiers died in World War One, and double that amount came home injured. For many of those lucky enough to return, the wounds they had suffered in Europe would leave them permanently disfigured. The trenches protected the bodies of soldiers, but in doing so it left their heads vulnerable to enemy fire. Soldiers would frequently stick their heads up above the trenches, exposing them to all manner of weapons. At the start of the war, little consideration was given to the trauma of facial injuries. It came as something of a surprise that so many victims survived to the point of treatment. Escaping the war with your life was seen as reward enough. The advent of plastic surgery would radically change that perception. The biggest killer on the battlefield and the cause of many facial injuries was shrapnel. Unlike the straight-line wounds inflicted by bullets, the twisted metal shards produced from a shrapnel blast could rip a face off. Not only that, but the shrapnel's shape would often drag clothing and dirt into the wound. Improved medical care meant that more injured soldiers could be kept alive, but urgently dealing with such devastating injuries was a new challenge. *********************************************************************** -Music: Positronic Void (Horror Music) By: Jens Kiilstofte Download Free Mp3 & Purchase Commercial Use & Sync. license at: https://machinimasound.com/royalty-free-music/positronic-void/
Просмотров: 474822 Luth Luther
The Victorian women who never cut their hair 1865 1900
Hair was said to be a woman's crowning glory, The Victorians certainly knew that as these photos will convey. A Victorian girl until the age of 16 wore her hair in braids, once she became a young lady at age 16 her hair went up (while her hem length went down to the ankle.) Victorian hair was so precious that it was often saved after the loved one passed away and woven into beautiful intricate jewelry, wall hangings & sculptures such as this Victorian hair tree. The only time a proper Victorian woman let her hair down was in the privacy of her bedroom, her husband or children were the only ones allowed to see her this way. ************************************************************************************************************
Просмотров: 42572 Luth Luther
Sleeping Beauty: The Unsettling Art of Death Victorian Photography
Secure the shadow, ere the substance fades.” That very early photographers’ slogan—introduced not long after Louis Daguerre announced his daguerreotype process in 1839—may seem ominous, but it reflects the reality of Victorian life. In an age before antibiotics, when infant mortality soared and the Civil War raged, death was a constant presence in the United States. And one prominent part of the process of memorializing the dead was taking a postmortem photo. Postmortem photography evolved out of posthumous portraiture, a mode of painting in which wealthy Europeans (and eventually Americans) memorialized dead family members by depicting them alongside a slew of symbols, colors, and gestures associated with death. While the people—usually children—in these images might look reasonably healthy, the presence of a dead bird, a cut cord, drooping flowers, or a three-fingered grip (a reference to the holy trinity) often signaled that the subject was deceased. These types of images, popular in the 18th and early 19th centuries, served as cherished reminders of loved ones long gone. ************************************************************************** -Music: Creepy Horror Lullaby |Music box & Piano Song| „Waiting in the Gloom” by: Ryan Creep -Music Download Link: https://soundcloud.com/adrian-croitor-1/waiting-in-the-gloom -Music 2: Creepy Horror Song (Music Box, Piano & Simphony) „Lorelei's Lullaby” by: Ryan Creep -Music Download Link: https://soundcloud.com/adrian-croitor
Просмотров: 27005 Luth Luther
The Gruesome Reality of Amputations in the Civil War
The Gruesome Reality of Amputations in the Civil War The Civil War was the bloodiest conflict in American history. The extreme violence between the Northern and Southern states sent a shockwave of sorrow and fear throughout America. It was traditionally estimated that 620,000 soldiers died fighting on the battlefield between 1861 and 1865. However, contemporary historical research suggests that the death toll number is closer to 752,000. In addition to the number of deaths, over 800,000 men went missing or were severely wounded. At the time of the Civil War, battlefield medicine was still in its infancy. This led to many injuries becoming severely infected and many of the injured receiving hasty, dangerous surgeries. In fact, Civil War battlefield surgery was a major cause of death during the war. Many surgeons cared for the wounded right on the battlefield, and many Civil War medics performed amputations and open surgeries during the heat of battle. Furthermore, because field doctors were under massive amounts stress, they had to perform speedy surgeries that would never meet today’s medical standards. Still, many worthy surgeons didn’t get the recognition they deserved and were ridiculed for their services. This led to tall tales and false details being reported about what exactly took place. Discover what really happened with these grisly facts about Civil War battlefield surgery. ******************************************************************************** -Music 1: Beyond Time by: Machinimasound -Music Download Link: https://machinimasound.com/royalty-free-music/beyond-time/ -Music 2: Alien Technology by: Machinimasound -Music Download Link: https://machinimasound.com/?s=alien+technology
Просмотров: 117167 Luth Luther
WARNING! NOT FOR FAINT  HEARTED- The Morbid Art of Making Your Dead Body Look Alive
Although many of us have seen an embalmed body at a funeral or wake, most of us are not very knowledgeable about embalming facts. You may not like to think about what happens when you're embalmed, but it’s actually a fascinating process. A lot of time, skill - and toxic chemicals - go into preparing a body for its final presentation. So how does embalming work? It’s not a pretty process, but embalming a body is crucial for anyone who wants an open casket or a viewing of any kind. While as much care as possible is taken to make sure that the body is respected, embalming is still a very clinical process. It takes less time than you might think - the actual embalming normally takes between 45 minutes and an hour. But the dressing of the body and the makeup may take much longer. The whole procedure ensures that decomposition is slowed down as much as possible and that the body is returned to its most lifelike and natural state. This has a huge impact on the funeral - and the grieving process more generally. A relaxed, natural-looking body is much less traumatic for a loved one, especially where the deceased died in a traumatic way. *********************************************************************** Music credits: "Wicked - Deep Background Track", by Public Performer.
Просмотров: 200475 Luth Luther
Warning!! Graphic Images: Fascinating Early Medical Oddities
Most of us are born with no deformities and a fully functioning body but there are others who, unfortunately, are born with rare diseases that will make your eyes pop. Mutation a normal reaction for most can sometimes turn into a bigger problem for others. As cruel as it may sound but some people’s disabilities are easy to manage because they are well known and so are the causes, effects and treatment but there are some people who suffer from problems that are so rare that the simple fact of a normal life becomes a distant dream for them. ************************************************************************************************** -Cyclopia -Osteomalacia -Cleidocranial dysostosis -Cleidocranial dysostosis -Elephantiasis -Breast hypertrophy -Ascites -Supernumerary Nipple -Syphilis -Cherubism -Leprosy -Diphallia -Hydrocephalus -Congenital spine deformities **Types of Congenital Spine Deformities: Scoliosis: Curvature and/or twisting of the spine to either side (most common) Kyphosis: Bowed or rounded back Lordosis: Excessive inward curvature of the spine. -Diprosopus -Hibernoma -Parasitic twin -Photograph Of People With Unknown Congenital or Pathological Deformities ***************************************************************************************************** -Music: Mysteries unsolved By: Teknoaxe -Music Download Link: http://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_2.php?q=162
Просмотров: 332552 Luth Luther
Heartbreaking Vulnerable Kids and Adults Paraded as Freaks in 19th & 20th Century
When 19th and 20th-century circus-goers weren't watching men eat fire or women swing from trapezes, they could ogle at disabled and different people put on display in what were then called 'freak shows'. Women with hairy faces, men born with no limbs, and a girl who resembled a bird were just some of the individuals being paraded around the seedier circuses in the United States. People were fascinated by the individuals, some of whom earned fame and wealth by performing, and others who endured something like indentured servitude as a result of their misunderstood disabilities. Remarkable black and white images show the small, large, and malformed individuals who were exhibited as human curiosities to the paying public. And though little-known today, many of the characters in these photos would go on to become the most famous and wealthiest stars of their generation. Many of the images are from the 1932 movie 'Freaks', which told the story of a group of performers in the United States who band together against a trapeze performer and her lover when the couple attempts to take advantage of them. But still, the photos and the film remain as a reminder that people once found differences entertaining - no matter how disturbing that fact is.
Просмотров: 39888 Luth Luther
5 Of The Most  Religious Cults  That Are Extremely  Dangerous For  Humanity
Cultist groups have permeated society ever since people could chat and share ideas en masse, although modern cult experts today often clash about what, exactly, makes a group of people a cult. What a loony or eccentric organization to one expert is often seen by others as a religion or sect, which are terms loaded with less cultural stigma. Whatever the best working definition might be, here we present some of popular culture's craziest cults of our time: 1. The Church of Euthanasia. 2. The People’s Temple of the Disciples of Christ. 3. The Ku Klux Klan also known as The K K K Cult . 4. Children of God. 5. Heaven’s gate. ********************************************************************************************************************************************** -Music: Fire Within (Royalty Free Music) By: Machinimasound -Music Download Link: https://machinimasound.com/music/fire-within/ -License: https://machinimasound.com/licensing/ **********************************************************************************************************************************************
Просмотров: 7054 Luth Luther
"Secretly" -  Adorable Vintage Photographs of Gay Couples
Love is love is love. Whether a man loves a woman, a woman loves a woman, or a man loves a man, it really makes no difference. These Adorable Vintage Photographs of Gay Couples are proof that true love will always prevail, and that they all have one thing in common: they capture images of love *********************************************************************** -Music 1: Kevin MacLeod ~ Five Card Shuffle -Music Download Link: https://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100227 -Music 2: Kevin MacLeod ~ Breaktime -Music Download Link: https://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100302 ***********************************************************************
Просмотров: 644979 Luth Luther
Worst Psychiatric Treatments Throughout History
-Music: Emerging from the Ashes by: TeknoAXE -Music Download Link: http://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_3.php?q=985 ****************************************************************************** Today, a good deal is known about different mental illnesses and more is always being learned. Treatments for various mental illnesses are constantly evolving. Throughout history, the mentally ill were not always treated well, and in fact there is evidence that points to inhumane treatment of people suffering from psychiatric illnesses. While many of the treatments throughout history are today considered barbaric, some of them did pave the way for research into more modern and acceptable practices. -Worst Psychiatric Treatments Throughout History: 1. Lobotomy 2. Trepanning 3. The Utica Crib 4. Insulin Coma Therapy: Rewiring the Brain 5.Mystic Rituals: Exorcism and Prayer 6.Female Hysteria Treatment ***********************************************************************************************************
Просмотров: 2305824 Luth Luther
WARNING: (NOT FOR FAINT-  HEARTED) The Grotesque Morgue Photography Of Jeffrey Silverthorne
Photographing the Dead Jeffrey Silverthorne revisits a haunting series of photographs made at a Rhode Island state morgue in the 1970s By David Levi Strauss | Photographs by Jeffrey Silverthorne The photographs in Jeffrey Silverthorne’s new book Morgue were made in 1972 and 1973, at the state morgue of Rhode Island. The 22 large-format photographs of corpses are intimate but discreet. In Silverthorne’s postscript to the book, he notes that when he made these photographs, he was 25 years old, had been married for four years, his second child had just been born and “the Vietnam War was still flowering death. Change and death were in the air, and the morgue was where I could find physical evidence.” He went to the right place, for the morgue is where those who are murdered or die by accident or suicide are brought to be examined, probed and autopsied (autopsy, from the Greek word meaning “to see for oneself.”) In the morgue, these anonymous dead are exposed, so that they might be identified. In this way, the morgue is a perfect place to test the essence of photography. Photography, as Walter Benjamin, Roland Barthes and many others have pointed out, has always had a special relationship to death. What appears in photographs is “what has been, and is no more.” All photographs of people fall into one of two categories: images of people who are dead, or images of people who will be dead. The best photographs are haunted by this inevitability. Silverthorne’s photographs from the morgue allow the dead a good deal of dignity, even in this coldly forensic setting. The dead bodies of babies, so recently inhabited, now empty of life, are lovingly treated, and a “Boy Found in Bushes” appears to sleep peacefully, despite the dried blood covering the lower half of his face. The boundary between life and death is blurred in these photographs, because that’s what photographs do: they present the surface of things in a way that triggers memories of wholeness, movement and life. As Silverthorne says, “The good photograph somehow retains the equivalent of the cadaver’s eye’s vitreous fluid, which stays true to the life well past the time of death, an ocular proof.” Your reaction to this book of photographs will depend upon your beliefs about the sanctity of the body after death. Reactions may range from thinking it is a beautiful work of fellow feeling and compassion, to finding it offensive and brutal. In contemporary American society, death is treated, for the most part, as an inconvenient truth—something to be fought against, shunned and denied. We believe we are entering an age of technological immortality, where death will be seen as an embarrassing anachronism, like photography. In the end, perhaps the mesmerizing proliferation of photographically derived images on social media today will have a larger purpose. “For Death must be somewhere in a society,” wrote Barthes. “If it is no longer (or less intensely) in religion, it must be elsewhere; perhaps in this image which produces Death while trying to preserve life.” Silverthorne’s images of a “Woman Who Died in Her Sleep,” gesturing in death as tenderly and convincingly as in life, to signal Morpheus and Thanatos, and of a baby’s intractable foot, and of two dead lovers in repose, asphyxiated, take the memento mori tradition to a new level of transparency—to try again to preserve and sanctify life by remembering how conditional and fleeting it is. ******************************************************* -Music: The Mysteries That are Unsolved by: TeknoAxe Music Download Link: http://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_2.php?q=162
Просмотров: 301866 Luth Luther
Bizarre Vintage Medical Photos From Utrecht Hospital 1890
The photographs on display came from the archives of Utrecht`s university hospital – records of medical disorders, photographed since circa 1890. In the early days of medical photography clinical standards had yet to be formulated for photographic images. Consequently, many photographs are more poignant and beautiful than they are scientific. Light, space and patients` complete submission to doctors and photographers evoke feelings of compassion, surprise, embarrassment and amusement rather than disgust or scientific curiosity. One of the conditons was`Utrechtse Krop` (Utrecht goitre) was the name given to a thyroid condition once common in the Dutch town of Utrecht, due to a deficiency of iodine in drinking water. The exhibition Utrechtse Krop in De Kabinetten van De Vleeshal centred around the appeal of illness and the fragility of our physical being. **************************************************************************************** -Music: Halloween Hip-Hop Horror - Music Box Beat -Music Download Link: https://sellfy.com/p/FhyI/
Просмотров: 810580 Luth Luther
Most Disturbing Photos With Even More Terrifying Backstories
It’s a well-known cliche that “a picture is worth a thousand words.” As trite as the expression has come to be, there’s still a valuable kernel of truth there. Pictures can instantly convey feelings that no amount of written description ever could. That’s what makes these historical photographs so chilling. Some of them are pretty famous, and others you may not have seen before, but each one preserves something absolutely indescribable the moment it captures! -Music: Dwelling in a Basement by: TeknoAxe -Music Download Link: http://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_2.php?q=473
Просмотров: 24489 Luth Luther
Old- Timey Medicines That Got People High
In the 19th and early 20th centuries, people suffering from any number of diseases and bodily discomforts could find what were touted as cures at their local pharmacy. Chloroform, cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine were offered as solutions for everything from sore throats and toothache to coughs, insomnia and depression. These substances were often highly addictive, dangerous, and sometimes deadly. Most are now tightly restricted – if not banned from the market. ******************************************************************************* -Music: Emerging from the Ashes by: TeknoAXE Music Download Link: http://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_3.php?q=985 ****************************************************************************
Просмотров: 6244 Luth Luther
Shockingly Dead Bodies That Surprisingly Look Alive
Postmortem photography or memento mori, the photographing of a deceased person, was a common practice in the 19th and early 20th centuries. The photographs were considered a keepsake to remember the dead. Child mortality was high during the Victorian era. For many children even a common sickness could be fatal. When a child or other family member died, families would often have a photograph taken before burial. Many times it was the first and last photograph they would ever possess of their loved one. Many postmortem photographs were close-ups of the face or shots of the full body. The deceased were usually depicted to appear as if they were in a deep sleep, or else arranged to appear more life-like. Children were often shown on a couch or in a crib, often posed with a favorite toy. It was not uncommon to photograph very young children with a family member, most frequently the mother. Adults were more commonly posed in chairs or even propped up on something. ********************************************************************************************************************************************** -Music: Creepy Horror Song (Music Box, Piano & Simphony) „Lorelei's Lullaby” -Music Download Link: https://soundcloud.com/adrian-croitor-1/loreleis-lullaby -Compositor's web page: https://www.facebook.com/adrian.croitor93 ****************************************************************************************************************************************
Просмотров: 1650414 Luth Luther
Weird And Mysterious Old Hollywood Deaths
Weird And Mysterious Old Hollywood Deaths: 1.Lupe Vélez- Death By 75 Seconal pills 2. Ramón Novarro- Death by Dildo? 3.Jayne Mansfield- Death by Traffic collision 4.Albert Dekker- Death by Underwear 5.George Sanders-Death by Boredom 6.Bob Crane- Death by Blunt Object 7.Vic Morrow- Death by Helicopter ********************************************************************************************************************************************** -Music 1: Welcoming the Undead by: TeknoAXE -Music Download Link:http://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_2.php?q=62 -Music 2: The Mysteries That are Unsolved by: TeknoAXE -Music Download Link: http://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_2.php?q=162 **********************************************************************************************************************************************
Просмотров: 322354 Luth Luther
Weird and Terrifying Surgical Tools From The Past
Early medicine was scary, to begin with, considering the lack of understanding the human body and the nature of the illness. But let’s not forget the strange and terrifying old surgical tools and the lack of anesthetic. With names like the tonsil guillotine and the scarificator, surgery looked and sounded more like medieval torture. *********************************************************************** -Music 1: TeknoAXE's Royalty Free Music - #253 (John Introduces Himself) -Music Download Link: http://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_2.php?q=472 -Music 2: TeknoAXE's Royalty Free Music - #159 (Pumpkin Hour) Suspense/Horror/Scary/Orchestra/Halloween -Music Download Link: http://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_2.php?q=239
Просмотров: 50715 Luth Luther
Mind Blowing Home Appliances During The 1830s- 1920s
On today's homefront very little thought is given to throwing a load of laundry into the machine, stacking the dishes into the dishwasher and quickly running the vacuum before jumping into the car for a quick trip to the store to pick up dinner. Washing machines, dishwashers, vacuums, automobiles and numerous other machines are more or less givens as accessories to contemporary life. Of course, some people do not possess these accouterments, but, most can be rented or used at commercial facilities. Whether they are owned or let, the power to operate these various machines is obligingly available. At the end of the 20th century, these types of machines and the power to run them have become integral parts of modern life. ***************************************************************************** -Music: Halloween Hip-Hop Horror - Music Box Beat -Music Download Link: https://sellfy.com/p/FhyI/
Просмотров: 18283 Luth Luther
Harrowing Photos During the 1920's Russian Famine
Harrowing pics show starving Russians selling human body parts as MEAT during 1920s famine as desperate families become cannibals to survive. STARVING people sell human body parts including severed heads in a desperate bid to feed their families. These disturbing pictures show the horrors of the Russian famine in the 1920s which hit around 25million people in the Volga and Ural River region of the vast country. From 1921 until the end of 1922, an estimated five to ten million people lost their lives. After the end of the First World War, Russia was blighted by a civil war, drought and inept government resulting in food shortages. The harrowing images of children screaming in hunger and people dying on the street give a glimpse into the terrifying period in Russian history. People were forced to eat grass, dirt, dogs, cats and leather horse harnesses. There were reports of parents killing and eating their own children with rampant starvation making people take unimaginable measures to survive. Despite reports of cannibalism, the police took no action as it was deemed a legitimate method of survival. One picture shows a couple selling human remains, including the corpse of a young boy, in a degrading bid to feed themselves. As news of the famine spread around the world, the United States and some western European countries stepped in to provide food and relief workers which saved million of lives. In the early 1930s, Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin inflicted a man-made famine on Ukraine which claimed the lives of up to 7.5 million people. Considered a genocide by historians, Stalin inflicted the famine in a savage bid to wipe out the Ukrainian independence movement. ********************************************************************************** Source: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/2501517/pictures-human-body-parts-cannibals-russian-famine-1921-1922/ ********************************************************************************** -Music: Beyond Time By: Jenns Kiilstofte Music Download Link: https://machinimasound.com/royalty-free-music/beyond-time/
Просмотров: 335258 Luth Luther
7 Infamous Internet Myths About Serial Killers: Debunked
7 infamous Internet Myths About Serial Killers: the facts that tell a shockingly different story. FALSE! 1. Jeffrey Dahmer Poses With a Snow Bong 2. The Moment Ted Bundy Finds Out About His Daughter’s Birth 3. John Wayne Gacy’s Alter Ego Poses With a Boy at the Park 4. One of Richard Ramirez’s Crime Scenes 5. Jeffrey Dahmer’s Mattress 6. Osama Bin Laden’s Body 7. The Bunny Killer *********************************************************************** -Music: Get Me Down Credit to Melody Loops -Link: https://www.melodyloops.com/search/get+me+down/
Просмотров: 8751 Luth Luther
Creepy 19th Century Dolls That Will Absolutely Terrify You
The strange little dolly was an extremely popular toy from the mid-1800s called a bathing doll, also known as solid chinas or bathing babies, which were porcelain dolls kids played with in the tub. Bathing dolls were first manufactured in Germany around 1850, they sold for a penny so the kids really dug them, and in England parents would bake them into puddings and cakes around Christmas. But bathing dolls soon became associated with the creepy poem "Young Charlotte" written by humorist Seba Smith in 1840: The poem recounted the grim true tale of a young woman who had frozen to death one New Year’s Eve while out riding with her sweetheart in an open sleigh. This poor unfortunate lass had failed to heed her mother’s advice: “O, daughter dear,” her mother cried, “This blanket ’round you fold; It is a dreadful night tonight, You’ll catch your death of cold.” “O, nay! O, nay!” young Charlotte cried, And she laughed like a gypsy queen; “To ride in blankets muffled up, I never would be seen.” Smith’s poem inspired the folk song “Fair Charlotte”: “He took her hand in his — O, God! ’Twas cold and hard as stone; He tore the mantle from her face, Cold stars upon it shone. Then quickly to the glowing hall, Her lifeless form he bore; Fair Charlotte’s eyes were closed in death, Her voice was heard no more. The dolls became known as "Frozen Charlotte" in the U.S., and some even came complete with their own coffin and burial shroud. Nowadays "Frozen Charlottes" are considered quite collectible, especially when they have their coffin, and since they range in size from about 2 inches to over 18 inches tall they appeal to all kinds of collectors. ********************************************************************************************** -Music: Sardonicus -Music Download Link: http://www.purple-planet.com/creepy/4593380250 ****************************************************************************
Просмотров: 78479 Luth Luther
WARNING EXTREMELY GRAPHIC: Unsettling Facts About What Happens To Your Body When You Die
Accepting the reality of death is difficult for all of us. The deceased body goes through a lot of complex processes before it is decomposed. Here are Unsettling Facts that are happening around your body after you die! 1. Your heart stops beating. 2. MALE: Your genitalia can become erect after the death. 3. FEMALE: Your corpses can experience labor after death. 4. Your body begins to change its colour. 5. Your Postmortem lividity helps the forensics to solve cases. 6. Your body temperature decreases slowly. 7. Your body begins to stiffen. 8. Your body might twitch unintentionally. 9. Your skin around the face gets flat. 10. Your Hair and nails seem like continue to grow. 11. Defacation occurs. 12. Your body begins to release disgusting odors. 13. Your remains body is invaded by animals. 14. Your body might make unintentional sounds. 15. Your immune system stops working. 16. Your Body Begins To Bloat 17. Your body might explode. 18. Your Body body begins to rot. 19. Your skin becomes unstuck from the skeleton. 20. Your body is covered with a mortuary wax. 21. Your skin cells decease last. 22. Your skin cells stiffen and shrink. 23. Your body has the ability to turn into a natural mummy. 24. Your rotten bodies help the maintenance of the ecosystem. 25. Your corpse is absorbed in the nature.
Просмотров: 88650 Luth Luther
Facial Reconstruction Before and After Medical Surgery Photos
Face Transplants: The Changing Face of Medicine To many, the human face defines personhood. When it is devastated beyond the reach of conventional plastic or restorative surgery, a patient may lament both the loss of their appearance and simple functional abilities such as smiling, talking, eating, or breathing on their own. In these rare instances, a face transplant may be the only solution that can sufficiently restore the patient’s quality of life and function.
Просмотров: 147738 Luth Luther
Gruesome 20th Century Crime Scene Photos in Color
These colorized versions of vintage black-and-white crime scene photos reveal a unique perspective on the murders, mobsters, and mayhem of decades past. Though we may not often think it, crime scene photography plays an important role in documenting history. These portraits are bloody, gruesome, even stomach-churning, but they also open a seldom-seen window into what life was like at the time. Throughout a large portion of the 20th century in New York City, for example, organized crime ruled the streets of many of the city's neighborhoods. And while the grisly stories of mob murders help reveal what those crime-ridden streets were like, the photos of those crime scenes truly bring the past to life. *********************************************************************** -Music: #253 (John Introduces Himself) Horror/Halloween/Orchestra -Music Download Link: http://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_2.php?q=472
Просмотров: 46142 Luth Luther
Rare and Gorgeous Perfect Body Of Betty Brosmer In The 1950S
Born in Pasadena, California in August 2, 1935, American bodybuilder and physical fitness expert Betty Brosmer started her model career at the age of 13. The result was more than impressive; she has won over 50 beauty contests, has appeared on magazine covers more than 300 times, her image decorated more than a hundred calendars, billboards across the country, and she was the highest paid model. Brosmer was a forerunner of such stars as Marilyn Monroe and Jayne Mansfield. Her phenomenal measurements: 38-18-36 (in inches) and 96-45-91 (in centimeters) gave her the title “The most gorgeous body of 50s”. During the 1950s, she was a popular commercial model and pin-up girl. After marrying entrepreneur Joe Weider in 1961, Brosmer began a lengthy career as a spokesperson and trainer in the health and bodybuilding movements. She has been a longtime magazine columnist and co-authored several books on fitness and physical exercise. Take a look at these rare color pictures to see the beauty of Betty Brosmer in the 1950s. ********************************************************************************************************************* -Music 1: Morning Cruise -Music Download Link: https://machinimasound.com/?s=morning+cruise -Music2: Dustsucker -Music Download Link: https://machinimasound.com/?s=dustsucker
Просмотров: 34503 Luth Luther
Edwardian Street fashion 1906- 1909
Edwardian Street fashion 1906 1909 ************************************************************************************************************ -Music: Edwardian Street fashion -Music Downloan Link: https://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100701
Просмотров: 4889 Luth Luther
Dead People Who Totally Look Alive During The Weirdest Funerals
Some people want to be buried, others prefer cremation, while some wish to be frozen on ice in the hopes of a future resurrection. And then there are people who want their bodies set up to look alive at their funerals. Yes, it’s a thing. Much like the stuffed wild animal exhibits seen in a museum, certain funeral homes have developed special embalming techniques that allow them to pose your and friends and family members in any particular moment in time, whether it’s catching a cab, sitting on the toilet, or yelling at traffic from their car. While the practice may seem a bit dark, macabre, and life scarring, everyone grieves differently! - Elle Tharp -Source: https://www.ranker.com/list/bodies-set-up-to-look-alive-at-funerals/elle-tharp ****************************************************************************** -Music 1: Welcoming the Undead) Halloween/Horror Techno by: TeknoAXE -Music Download Link: http://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_2.php?q=62 -Music 2: Alien Technology By: Machinimasound -Music Download Link: https://machinimasound.com/?s=alien+technology
Просмотров: 240123 Luth Luther
Rare Photos Taken From Old Insane Asylums Show Their Harsh Conditions
Our understanding of our bodies and minds improves with every passing year. There are still many unanswered questions, and too many seemingly insurmountable medical challenges for comfort, but at least science is pointed towards answers. In decades and centuries past, illness both physical and mental was often treated in ineffective, inhumane and often destructive ways in old insane asylums. People with psychological conditions, especially, tended to be viewed as subhuman. These unfortunate souls were born in the wrong era, and their stories are heartbreaking. *********************************************************************** -Music: Kevin MacLeod ~ Day of Chaos -Music Download Link: https://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1300040 ***********************************************************************
Просмотров: 792634 Luth Luther
Truly Weird Fads From Victorian Era
The Victorian era was one of human progress and scientific advancement. It was also a time for some pretty bizarre fads and hobbies. In fact, the Victorian era is much closer to modern society in this regard. A few of the crazy fads from back then still exist today. *********************************************************************** -Music 1: Sardonicus -Music 2: Trepidation -Music Download Link: http://www.purple-planet.com/horror/4583971268 ***********************************************************************
Просмотров: 866379 Luth Luther
Early Special Effects During Victorian Era-Creepy
Victorian era went nuts with the new technology of photography and especially special effects. For some macabre reason, they enjoyed documenting Creepy Photograph costumed people in weird situations, postmortem pictures of their dead, a weird fad of headless photos and supposed ghost pics. Usually of their Photograph are seem as serious not as this day generation. Music: Day Of Chaos Credit this piece (CC:By License) Copy and paste the following text into your video's credits: "Day of Chaos" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ License this piece (no credits) See the licenses page to purchase a no-attribution license. Extra information Day of Chaos by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under CC Attribution 3.0. Direct Link: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1300040. ISRC: USUAN1300040 © 2013 Kevin MacLeod
Просмотров: 2863 Luth Luther
Extraordinary People That Actually Existed In The Past
10 Extraordinary People during the late 1800's and early 1900's: 1. Ella Harper - "The Camel Girl" 2. Felix Wehrle - "Elastic Skin Man" 3. Mirin Dajo - "The Invulnerable Man" 4. Martin Joe Laurello - "The Revolving Head" 5 .Edward Mordake - "The Man With Two Faces" 6. Robert Pershing Wadlow- "The Alton Giant and the Giant of Illinois" 7.Maurice Tillet- "The French Angel" 8. Jean Libbera- "The Double-Bodied Man" 9. Isaac Sprague- "The Living Skeleton" 10.Wang- "The Human Unicorn" ********************************************************************************************************************************************** -Music 1: Ecstatic Wave -Machinimasound -Music Download Link: https://machinimasound.com/music/ecstatic-wave/ -Music 2: John Introduces Himself- Teknoaxe -Music Download Link: http://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_2.php?q=472 **********************************************************************************************************************************************
Просмотров: 233929 Luth Luther
Creepy Before And After Pictures Of People Who Underwent Lobotomies
Lobotomy was a type of neurosurgery practiced in the 40s and 50s. It was discovered and popularized by Portuguese neurologist António Egas Moniz and involved the separation of the brain’s lobes. The doctors promised this controversial procedure will “rid a patient of delusions, obsessions, nervous tensions and the like” but, sadly, it often led to serious side effects. From the early 40s until 1951, almost 20,000 lobotomies were performed. One of the people that helped popularize it in the United States was Walter Freeman, a physician who had lost his license to perform surgery after one of his patients died on the operating table. That, however, did not stop him from performing brain surgery. The first lobotomies were performed by cutting a hole in the skull, but Freeman came up with a new method, called ‘icepick’, where he would reach the brain by inserting a metal pick into the corner of a patient’s eye socket. Freeman often worked in unsanitary conditions and charged just $25 for the procedure. Throughout his career, he performed over 4,000 lobotomies and kept an extensive journal of photographs of the patients he lobotomized. Check out the eerie before and after pictures of people who underwent the procedure in the gallery below. *********************************************************************** -Music- Kevin MacLeod ~ Lightless Dawn -Music Download Link: https://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100655
Просмотров: 291406 Luth Luther
Photos You Won't Believe Are Real | Photos That Look Fake, But They’re 100% Real
It's hard to know what's real and what's fake on the Internet, and Photoshop makes that even hard to decipher fact from fiction. Well, there's no mystery here, as there is no editing — just creative perspective, timing, and natural beauty. 1. Lightning Striking 2. Waiting To Be Swept Off Her Feet 3. Tasmanian Tigers 4. The Endurance 5. Goat Climbers 6. Feeding The Polar Bears 7. Spotted Lake 8. Mammoth Manta Ray 9.One Photo Or Two? 10. Maybe Not So Curious After All *********************************************************************** -Music:#253 (John Introduces Himself) Horror/Halloween/Orchestra by: TeknoAXE's Royalty Free Music -Music Download Link: http://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_2.php?q=472
Просмотров: 9792 Luth Luther
The  Most Weird Vintage Toy Commercials
Watching old toy commercials on YouTube can be a fun way to bring back fond memories of the past. But in addition to the toy commercials that you remember loving, YouTube is also chock-full of a bunch of really weird toy commercials that make you raise an eyebrow and wonder who came up with these crazy toys. 1. Hasbro Pie Face game TV commercial, 1960 2. Milky the Marvelous Milking Cow, 1971 3. Mr and Mrs Potato Head Commercial 1960s 4. RETRO COMMERCIAL – Toys – Swing Wing, 1965 5. Baby Laugh A Lot, 1971 6. Gaylord the Dog, 1959 7. First Ever Barbie, 1959 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hhjjhYGQtY 8. Inchworm, 1970 9. Magic Potty Baby, 1991 10. Ding- A- Lings, 1970 -Music:Kevin MacLeod ~ Lightless Dawn -Music Download Link: https://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100655
Просмотров: 283904 Luth Luther
5 Of The World's  Most Frightening  Museums
People usually go to museums to learn, appreciate beauty, and celebrate history, but these 10 museums are likely to cause goosebumps and vivid nightmares. They are all filled with items that could be props in the scariest horror movie, except that they are all real, not make believe. Before you visit any of these 10 worldwide locations, put your brave face on and think positive thoughts... 1. The Vent Haven Ventriloquist Museum- Fort Mitchell, Kentucky, USA 2. The Icelandic Phallogical Museum 3. The Medieval Torture Museum- San Gimignano, Italy 4. The Mutter Museum- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA 5. The Catacombs of the Capuchins- Palermo, Italy ********************************************************************************************************************************************** -Music 1: Creepy Horror Song (Music Box, Piano & Simphony) „Lorelei's Lullaby” -Music Download Link: https://soundcloud.com/adrian-croitor -Compositor's web page: https://www.facebook.com/adrian.croit (This music was removed) -Music 2: Day Of Chaos -Music Download Link: https://incompetech.com/music/royalty... - Day of Chaos Genre: Horror Collection: Horror Themes Time: 4:10 unknown tempo Instruments: Piano, Percussion, Synths, Strings, Brass, Glock **********************************************************************************************************************************************
Просмотров: 13891 Luth Luther
Most Disturbing PSAs From Around The World
Most Disturbing PSAs From Around the World: 01. Dunkelziffer Tentacle 02 .Childhood Obesity 03. Grim Reaper Aids PSA 04. Babies Making Babies 05. Hooked (UK anti-smoking ad) 06. No Fap - PSA 07. Guinea Pig Ecstasy 08. Anti- Meth PSAs 09. Rewind The Future 10. Sarah"s Story - Motor Neuron Disease **************************************************************************************************** -Music: Anxiety by: Kevin MacLeod -Music Download Link: https://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100328 **************************************************************************************************
Просмотров: 66703 Luth Luther
Rare And Interesting  Photos From The Past You’ve Never Seen Before
These stunning photos reveal relationships and sides of famous people you’ve never seen before and capture the essence of eras that have come and gone. I’m sure more than a few of these will surprise you… And some might even make you laugh. *********************************************************************** -Music 1: Kevin MacLeod ~ Pure Attitude -Music Download Link: https://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100508 -Music 2: Kevin MacLeod ~ Enter the Party -Music Download Link: https://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100240 ***********************************************************************
Просмотров: 3515 Luth Luther
Grisly Vintage Crime Scene Photos
Many police departments in America basically have the armory and resources of small nations (at least according to television shows). Before the turn of the century, though, investigators basically had to sit around and hope someone would confess to a murder. The daguerreotype process of photography was invented in 1839, but the police didn't even use it to identify victims until the 1870's. The technology has advanced since then, but the processes of crime scene photography have remained fairly similar. Photography of a crime scene can help solve a case (and often does). These vintage pictures of murder scenes show the origins of modern-day police investigation techniques, and they're fascinating. *********************************************************************** -Music: The Mysteries That are Unsolved) Piano/Mystery/Horror by: TeknoAXE's Royalty Free Music -Music Download Link: http://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_2.php?q=162 ***********************************************************************
Просмотров: 1221582 Luth Luther
Vintage Family Portraits That Are Really Bizarre And Strange
Turning the pages of an old family photo album can be quite embarrassing at times. It can spawn thoughts like, “Why did I ever think that crimping my hair was cool?” and “Whoa! Look at those curly mustaches!” Well, you’re not alone in thinking your family is weird, crazy or goofy — we all feel that way from time to time! And if you ever thought your family looked especially odd in old family photos, I’ve found awkward vintage family portraits that will make your own family seem (fairly)normal! *********************************************************************** -Music: Kevin MacLeod ~ Mysterioso March -Music Download Link: https://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100143 ***********************************************************************
Просмотров: 943040 Luth Luther
Differences Between Rich And Poor In Victorian Times
-Rich And Poor In Victorians Times- The quality of life during the Victorian times depended on whether you were rich or poor. Wealthy Victorians enjoyed a good and easy life Poor Victorians had a rough and hard life, often ending up in the workhouse or early death. *********************************************************************** -Music: Air Prelude By: Kevin MacLeod -Music Download Link: https://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100337
Просмотров: 630329 Luth Luther
First Plastic Surgeries Ever Performed
Before it became predominantly associated with celebrity nips and tucks, plastic surgery was about saving lives. The medical procedure would change a person’s life – not by giving them a little extra confidence, but by making it possible to walk outside again. On some level, plastic surgery has been around for thousands of years – but the idea really got started during World War 1, when doctors performed the first skin graft. With the world at war, medical science made some incredible leaps that would change plastic surgery forever. Sir Harold Gillies, a doctor from New Zealand, pioneered the early techniques. He performed the first-ever skin graft in 1917, on a British man named Walter Yeo. Yeo was a sailor who had been horribly burned in combat. His nose was shattered, and his eyelids were torn completely off. Using skin from Yeo's neck and upper chest, Gillies made a mask of skin that he transplanted across Yeo’s face. It helped repair the damage that had been done, hiding his disfiguration and letting him close his eyes at night once more. But it didn’t stop with Yeo. Gillies and his colleagues treated thousands of people before the war ended. Some had been burned by mustard gas and others left greatly disfigured by gunfire. Some lost entire sections of their faces. When jaws and eyes were missing, the doctors made plaster masks -- sometimes held in place with a pair of spectacles -- that patients could wear to conceal the damage. When the war ended, Gillies and his cousin, Archibald McIndoe, took their work to the public. They spread their techniques to doctors around the world, and private clinics started opening up. In time, cosmetic surgery would come into fashion, and the world’s idea of plastic surgery would change. People would start getting nose jobs to look a little prettier or even to hide their ethnicities. Others would receive breast augmentations, liposuction, or facelifts. But in the beginning, plastic surgery was the life-saving operation that made it possible for disfigured veterans and victims of horrific injuries to attempt to forge on. It was a new lease on life, proof that injury didn’t have to spell the end. ********************************************************************:*** -Music: Halloween Hip-Hop Horror Music - Creepy Music Box Beat
Просмотров: 51261 Luth Luther
Trending Bullet Bras Back In The 1940s and 50s
Bullet Bra is a full-support bra with cups in the shape of a paraboloid with its axis perpendicular to the breast. The bullet bra usually features concentric circles or spirals of decorative stitching centred on the nipples. Invented in the late-1940s, they became popular in the 1950s, and worn by the Sweater Girl, a busty and wholesome "girl next door" whose tight-fitting outergarments accentuated her artificially enhanced curves. These photos show young women, mostly Hollywood actresses, who worn bullet bras from between 1940s and 1950s. ************************************************************************************************************ -Music 1: Dustsucker -Music Download Link: https://machinimasound.com/?s=dustsucker -Music 2: Morning Cruisse -Music Download Link: https://machinimasound.com/?s=morning+cruise
Просмотров: 29949 Luth Luther
Street Sellers In Victorian Times | Fascinating photos show lives In Victorian Times
Fascinating photographs show lives of people over 150 years ago One of the most prolific jobs in London in the 1800s was a street seller. Among these street sellers were costermongers — people who sold fruits, vegetables, and meats. Costermongers acquired their name from medieval costards — large ribbed pippin apples—and mongers, which means seller. In the 1860s, according to The Dictionary of Victorian London, 30,000 costermongers existed in London alone. Some of them, also nicknamed costers, sold their goods in the street, others had stationary stalls, and still others were itinerant sellers. The itinerant costers traveled in “rounds,” ranging from two to ten miles daily, using a wheelbarrow, a pony-cart, or a donkey-drawn wagon (often referred to as donkey-barrows).
Просмотров: 5227 Luth Luther
Gross Old Fashioned Recipes You Won't Believe People Actually Ate
Vintage mid-century cookbooks aren't just full of comfort food classics like Grandma's Apple Pie and Auntie Nora's Beef Stew. They're also full of disgusting dishes made with gelatin and mayonnaise. Seriously: find any American cookbook from 1940 to 1985. Check the index for "aspic," "Jell-O," "gelatin," or "mayonnaise." Things were out of control! Vintage cookbooks and retro recipe cards are full of this objectively unappetizing stuff. Why? One explanation is that since gelatin required refrigeration, creating these dishes was a show of status: We have a refrigerator and you don't. It's an interesting theory, but it doesn't change the fact that these flavor combinations are just plain gross: vanilla and salmon, mayonnaise and bananas, carrots and liver... and that's before you add the Jell-O! Grab a barf bucket and read on to learn about some of the grossest recipes from vintage cookbooks. *********************************************************************** -Music: One Slay Move by: Kevin Mcleod -Music Download Link: https://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100521
Просмотров: 6242 Luth Luther
Summer Holidays In History: 19th Century Bathing Machines
Back in the 18th and 19th century, the ladies just couldn't strip to their swimwear and run towards the waves on the beach. There are certain sea-side etiquettes that needed to be observed and decorum to be maintained. Getting oneself seen in their bathing costumes by the members of the opposite sex was certainly not one of them. To help women maintain their modesty and dignity, a simple contraption called the “bathing machine” was developed. A bathing machine resembled a wooden changing room commonly seen on beaches, but larger in size, and raised on wheels and with steps leading to the inside. The female bather would enter the small room of the machine while it was on the beach, wearing their street clothing. In the privacy of the machine, she would change into her bathing dress, which was exceedingly modest compared to today’s standards, and place her street clothes into a raised compartment where they would remain dry. The bathing machine would then be wheeled into the water by horses, and sometimes by human power. Once the carriage was far out, the bather would emerge from the box using a door that faced away from the prying eyes on the beach. Some machines were equipped with a canvas tent that could be lowered into the water creating a private bathing area for the swimmer. The swimmer was usually escorted by a strong woman, called the dipper, whose job was to assist the lady getting in and out of the machine. Pushing the swimmer into the water, and then yanking her out was not uncommon, and was considered an acceptable part of the experience. If the bather could not swim, a strong cord was encircled around her waist and attached to the end of the van to ensure she was not swept away by the currents. Once the bather was done, she would go back into the carriage, dry herself and change into her street clothes again. While she was changing, the bather could signal the driver with a small flag that she was ready to return back to the shore. The carriage would be then drawn back to the shore. ******************************************************************************************************* -Music: Danse Macabre by: Kevin MacLeod -Music Download Link: https://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100546
Просмотров: 8445 Luth Luther