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Silent Sundays: Death in Furs (1897)

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Eugène Delâtre, La Mort en fourrures (Death in Furs), 1897Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Norma Bates (1960)

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Mrs. Bates in the fruit cellar as discovered by Lila Crane (Vera Miles) in 1960’s Psycho.Filed under: Holidays, Silent Sundays, TV & Film

Silent Sundays: The Modern Witch (1927)

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March 1927 silk stockings advertisement in Ladies’ Home Journal, featuring Ipswich Hosiery’s “Modern Witch” (via Smithsonian Magazine).Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: In Memory of Erin O’Keefe (1876)

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Tombstone erected to draw tourists to Pikes Peak, Colorado, with the tall tale of baby Erin who was eaten alive by rats in 1876.Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: The Witching Hour (1975)

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June 1975 issue of The Witching Hour (#55) by DC Comics cover artist Luis Dominguez. Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: The Chimera (1777)

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Circa 1777 etching of the mythical chimera by Louis Jean Desprez (La Chimère de Monsieur Desprez)Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar (1933)

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Illustration by Harry Clarke from Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar” in Tales of Mystery and Suspense, 1933.Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Sizzle Magazine (1959)

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Burlesque dancer Marcia Edgington on the cover of Sizzle Magazine,  Volume 1, Issue 1, 1959 (via BurlyQNell)Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Firestarter Premiere (1984)

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Drew Barrymore lights Stephen King’s cigarette at a 1984 fundraising premiere of Firestarter in Bangor, Maine, photographed by Mimi Cotter.Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Death and Life (1910)

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Gustav Klimt, Death and Life, 1910 (reworked 1915), oil on canvas.Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: La Corriveau (1926)

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1926 illustration by Charles Walter Simpson of the skeleton of Québécois murderess Marie-Josephte Corriveau (“La Corriveau”) terrifying a traveler from its iron cage, from Légendes du Saint-Laurent.Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: István Kerny (1912)

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Hungarian photographer István Kerny and his wife re-enact the story of Judith and Holofernes, 1912.Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: The Crow (1894)

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Illustration by Henry Justice Ford for The Crow in The Yellow Fairy Book collected by Andrew Lang, 1894.Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Circe (1913)

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Austrian actress Tilla Durieux as mythical witch Circe offering the tainted cup, painted by Franz von Stuck, 1913.Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Marilyn Monroe in Collier’s Magazine (1950)

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A young Marilyn Monroe with skeleton in an advertisement for Collier’s Magazine circa 1950-1951.Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Faust (1887)

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Theatrical poster for Johann von Goethe’s tragedy Faust showing Mephistopheles conjuring supernatural creatures on Walpurgisnight, created by Dickman, Jones & Hettrich, San Francisco, 1887.Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Skeleton Costumes (1951)

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Handmade skeleton costumes, 1951 via Smithsonian MagazineFiled under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: The Legacy (1978)

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Polish movie poster for 1978 horror film The Legacy starring Sam Elliott and Roger Daltrey, via Gore Girl’s Dungeon.Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Untitled (2010)

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Untitled, 2010, by look left and look right.Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Ghost Stories (1926)

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Cover for the inaugural issue of pulp magazine Ghost Stories, July, 1926.Filed under: Silent Sundays