HUMAN ODDITIES Digital Printable Collage Sheet by JUNKMILL

HUMAN ODDITIES - Digital Printable Collage Sheet - Vintage Circus Freakshow Performers, Freaks & Geeks, Unusual Beauty, Digital Download

14 Vintage Freak Show Performers - Gallery

14 Vintage Freak Show Performers

True Medical Mysteries: 5 People With Abnormalities That Baffled Researchers: Ella was born with a strange and rare orthopedic condition that caused her legs to bend backwards.

Vintage-Lighted-Carnival-Sideshow-Freak-Show-Arrow-Sign-Hand-Painted-On-Metal

Vintage Lighted Carnival Sideshow Freak Show Arrow Sign Hand Painted On Metal

James Morris

Portrait of James Morris - ’The Elastic Skin Man’ - century via Wellcome Images

Sideshow Freaks

I just picked up the Stormtrooper version, will post em once im done assembling it.

Original c.1890 cabinet card photo of The Tocci Brothers, Italian born conjoined twins. Here they are shown in a photo studio with their brother.

Rare Cabinet Card of Victorian Siamese Twins / Circus and Sideshow Freaks

1890 Cabinet Card of Victorian Siamese Twins The Tocci Brothers, Italian born conjoined twins. / Circus and Sideshow Freaks

Jenny Lee & Elvira Snow  Freaks has earned its place in history as one of the all-time great cult films, though it wasn’t always beloved. The film was reviled by both critics and audiences upon release in 1932. It was a career-killer for Tod Browning, who had previously been a Hollywood golden child with a string of Lon Chaney hits under his belt and who had just come off the enormous success of Dracula.   The film shocked audiences with its use of actual sideshow “freaks” as actors…

Vintage casts portrait photos from Tod Browning’s 1932 cult classic Freaks.

Ruth Davis  "Mignon, the Penguin Girl, had a variety of phocomelia, or "seal limbs". In Mignon's case all four of her limbs were affected, leaving her looking very much like a penguin — hence, her stage persona. She gave birth to a son named Tony LaArgo"

Ruth Davis, the penguin girl had seal limbs a disease called phocomelia. It is what gave her the penguin appearance.

History and medical description of the two-headed girl : sold by her agents for her special benefit, at 25 cents (1869)  Millie and Christine McCoy (1851-1912)  (Source: archive.org)

HEADS or TAILS?geisterseher: History and medical description of the two-headed girl : sold by her agents for her special benefit, at 25 cents Millie and Christine McCoy (side show poster / freak show

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