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Silent Sundays: Magie Rose (1935)

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Magie Rose, etching by Pierre Dubreuil, circa 1935 Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: The Little Witch (1916) - Silent Sundays: Poisons et Empoisonneurs Célèbres (1960) - Silent Sundays: Red Riding Hood (1883) Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: La Calavera Catrina (2013)

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Hand-made Catrina Dolls at the San Diego County Fair, June 2013 Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: All Saint’s Day (2011) - Silent Sundays: Kostlivec (1961) - Silent Sundays: Halloween in Leipzig (2012) Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sunday: Corsets (1912)

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Boulevard de Strasbourg (Corsets), photographed by Eugène Atget, Paris, 1912 Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: Peggy Ashcroft (1953) - Silent Sundays: Trepanation (1944) - Silent Sundays: Bianca Passarge (1958) Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Girl with Comic Book (1947)

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Girl with dog reading Mickey Mouse and the Submarine Pirates comic book in a Pittsburgh newsstand, photographed by Charles “Teenie” Harris, 1947 Related Posts: - “The Return” by Minna Irving - Forget Conventionalisms: Costumes as Inspiration - Hot Town, Summer in the City: Vintage New York City Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: What is a Man? (2009)

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Edward Dillion, What is a Man?, 2009, Charcoal on Paper Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: The Devil’s Hand (1942) - Silent Sundays: Vampire (1895) - Silent Sundays: Magie Rose (1935) Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Olga the Headless Lady (1930)

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Olga the Headless Lady, sideshow “headless girl” illusion invented by Egon Heineman, 1930′s. Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: Trepanation (1944) - Silent Sundays: The Brain Eaters (1958) - Silent Sundays: Photo Prisma Almanac No. 5 (1952) Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Skeleton Rider (1655)

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Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, Skeleton Rider, 1655. Pen and Brown Ink. Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: Kostlivec (1961) - Silent Sundays: What is a Man? (2009) - 31 Scary Things #11: Broken Bones Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Tokyo Halloween (2012)

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 2012 Tokyo Halloween Festival participants in AP photo by Itsuo Inouye (via BigPicture) Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: All Saint’s Day (2011) - Silent Sundays: Halloween in Leipzig (2012) - Silent Sundays: Photo Prisma Almanac No. 5 (1952) Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: The Conqueror Worm (1968)

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The Conqueror Worm (aka Witchfinder General), starring Vincent Price, 1968. Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: The Brain Eaters (1958) - Man on Haunted Hill: The Venerable Vincent Price - Silent Sundays: Two Thousand Maniacs (1964) Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Orson Wells (1932)

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A young Orson Wells, photographed by Cecil Beaton, 1932 Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: Alfred Hitchcock (1972) - Silent Sundays: The Devil’s Hand (1942) - Silent Sundays: Vincent Price (1963) Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: A Modern Dance of Death (1912)

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Illustration in Ein moderner Totentanz (A Modern Dance of Death) by Joseph Sattler, 1912. Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: Poisons et Empoisonneurs Célèbres (1960) - Silent Sundays: Gothess Absynth (2010) - Silent Sundays: La Bibliothèque Infernale (1860) Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Grafton Cemetery (1973)

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Sun through storm clouds at Grafton Cemetery, photographed by Charles O’Rear, May, 1973. Related Posts: - As I Lay There, Dreaming: Cemetery Stones - You Could be Dead for a Long Time: 25 Cemeteries to Scare You Out Of Your Skin - Silent Sundays: All Saint’s Day (2011)Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Fool Death, My Playmate (1922)

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One of 10 images in the circa 1922 portfolio series Narre Tod, Mein Spielgesell (Fool Death, My Playmate) by German artist Franz Fiedler. Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: La Bibliothèque Infernale (1860) - Silent Sundays: Heavy Metal (2012) - Silent Sundays: A Modern Dance of Death (1912)Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Halloween in New York City (2008)

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Halloween in New York City, photographed by Angela Rutherford, October 31, 2008. Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: Tokyo Halloween (2012) - Silent Sundays: Halloween on the White House Lawn (2009) - Silent Sundays: Halloween in Leipzig (2012)Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Haunted Air (1875–1955)

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Anonymous early 20th century Halloween photograph collected by Ossian Brown in Haunted Air, a collection of  American Halloween photographs circa 1875 – 1955. Related Posts: - You Could be Dead for a Long Time: 25 Cemeteries to Scare You Out Of Your Skin - Silent Sundays: Thanksgiving Masks (1911) - Ghouls, Goblins and Creatures of the Night: Five Legendary Horror HostsFiled under: Silent …

Silent Sundays: Día de los Muertos (2009)

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“A skull covered in marigolds rests in front of a wall of graves during preparations for a massive altar in the San Fernando Cemetery in Mexico City, Oct. 27, 2009. Workers added thousands of marigolds, known in Mexico as cempasuchil, to giant skull images as they prepare to observe the of Day of the Dead” …

Silent Sundays: Bonnie Parker (1933)

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Bonnie Parker smoking a cigar and holding a gun in front of a stolen Ford, 1933. Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: “Ziegfeld Girl” (1920) - Silent Sundays: Chorus Girls at The Latin Quarter (1949) - Silent Sundays: Mary Pickford (1917)Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Children in Mardi Gras Costumes (1912-1920)

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Children wearing Mardi Gras costumes in New Orleans, Louisiana, photographed by John Hypolite Coquille sometime between 1912 and 1920 (via NatGeo Found). Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: Princess Juliana (2012) - Silent Sundays: Haunted Air (1875–1955) - Silent Sundays: Thanksgiving Masks (1911)Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: The Nightmare (1781)

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John Henry Fuseli, The Nightmare, 1781, oil on canvas Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: Skeleton Rider (1655) - Fast Asleep for 100 Years: Vintage Wax Anatomical Models - I Will Stitch Your Eyelids Shut: The Horror of OmmetaphobiaFiled under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: La Bête du Gévaudan (2010)

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La Bête du Gévaudan by Johanna Öst. Watercolor, 2010. Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: Death in the Tree (1897) - Silent Sundays: A Modern Dance of Death (1912) - Silent Sundays: Gothess Absynth (2010)Filed under: Silent Sundays