Eye of a pholcidae aka daddy long legs spider under a microscope.

Dice made of human bone found in the home of serial killer Ed Gein after his arrest in 1957.

Mother centipede protecting her babies. This one disturbs me the most.

US soldier holds up a giant jungle centipede during the vietnam war 1967.

Ku Klux Klansmen on a ferris wheel in 1926.

The Dark Hedges in Northern Ireland. NOPE.

Inside the mouth of a leatherneck turtle. No thank you.

Fiat testing cars on the roadway atop their manufacturing building.

110 year old condoms. Made from fish bladders, each could be reused up to 10 times.

Serial killer and cannibal Jeffrey Dahmer standing with his giant bong made of snow in 1976.

X ray of a pregnant dog’s belly. Or Alien, I’d buy that too.

Tampons from back in the early 1900s.

Feeling lonely? Good news! This is a demodex mite, aka a face mite. Your face is covered in them! You’ll never walk alone.

Mother of 4 Katherine Knight with her boyfriend John Price…. three days after this photo she killed him and ate him.

Egyptian dental work dating to 2000 BC.

Glass bathroom floor built over an abandoned elevator shaft.

Huntsman spider watching over her babies.

A child’s skull, showing adult teeth waiting to come in over the course of time.

A person exhibiting Ulnar dimelia, a rare congenital anomaly of the upper limb characterized by “duplication of the ulna, absence of the radius and polydactyly”…sometimes also called mirror hand syndrome.

5 foot long earthworm discovered in Ecuador in 2014.

The only surviving pair of authentic Necropants, on display at the Museum of Icelandic Sorcery & Witchcraft in Holmavik, Iceland. Made from human skin, sorcerers and witches would wear these trousers all day and night under their clothes as a sort of underwear in order to bring them wealth. Politely being asked by your sorcerer friend to be used in a pair of Necropants after your death was a great honor in 17th century Iceland.

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