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  1. Nemesis Kismet
    The first picture is actually promotional material for a 1932 film called Freaks. Koo Koo the Bird Girl (featured in another photo) was in that film. It's a seriously screwed up movie.
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  2. nat
    I love old photos.. Even if they're weird
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  3. miguel
    tod brownin's freaks...hell yeah!!!
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  4. superba
    had a strange feeling when I saw the pictures," deja vu" 36
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  5. sinner
    love the fat and thin boxers. must find a poster of this
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  6. R.B. Glennie
    note - the swastika was a good-luck symbol - going back centuries - before its meaning was completely hijacked by the Nazis.

    My parents had or have a book by Rudyard Kipling, which has a swastika on the front title page.

    There was a hockey (?) team in Edmonton, Alberta that in 1917, was named the Swastikas. The symbol on their uniform was, naturally, a swastika.
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  7. iVincent
    Best set this year. Disturbing. Picture #9 is gonna haunt my nightmares...
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  8. SuperMilow
    strange
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  9. mominco
    i like the one where the guy is lighting all the kids cigarettes
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  10. Bhas
    Lol." I Named It After You" 35
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  11. darlatan
    wierd and strange but still funny dirol
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  12. RedLink
    some of this pics are really disturbing 36

    great set clapping
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  13. tails
    Fantastic! clapping
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  14. severe_009
    WTF! n_tongue
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  15. xpwurld
    retro..cool...
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  16. raeven
    dance4 dance4 dance4
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  17. PurpleDiamonds
    Definitely a lot of WTF's ...some are even kinda creepy
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  18. moser
    R.B. Glennie, The guys with the swastika are most likely Hopi Indians.
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  19. GOODSTUFF4U
    cool stuff
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  20. tay
    the picture of two women holding up a women who looks asleep is actually a picture taken right before the middle woman's funeral. Often families couldnt afford a photo of themselves during their lifetime so instead, a picture would be taken right after death. This made it so that families could have a picture to remember the person by and it saved them alot of money.
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