#интересное Правда и вымысел посмертных фото (4 фото) Посмертные фотографии Викторианской эпохи наделали много шума в сети, и дискуссии на их счет не стихают до сих пор. Однако далеко не все люди на снимках той эпохи действительно мертвы, в чем нас так старател�
Stalin’s historic death mask - thought to be one of just two in the West. Stalin's rare and historic bronze mask is one of just 12 taken from the original plaster death mask made following his death in 1953.
A collection of rare photos.
Mermaids are real, says the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Love this - baby meeting her Daddy for the first time! HE WAS OUT THERE FIGHTING FOR OUR FREEDOM.
This boy is also dead, but that's not what he's here to demonstrate. We've established that Victorian people photographed their dead for posterity before holding any sort of funeral services for their loved ones, but what's interesting about this photo is the detail near his foot.
Old Pictures That Give You Goosebumps (When I saw the first one all I could think of was "Are you my mummy?")
“Hidden Mother” was a 19th century portrait trend where mothers, who were basically dressed a “ghost,” would hold their young children still while being photographed. The end result was, well… haunting and creepy.
The Snake Corset - Edith La Sylphe ~ invented the “Sylphide”corset, making the very unhealthy ‘snake silhouette’ popular. c.1900.
Blasts from the past... The one of the first dog in space Pisses me OFF. Makes me SO MAD. CRUEL CRUEL CRUEL.........
Postmortem photo, you can clearly see stands behind both of them and the girls arm is at an awkward angle. Makes you wonder about the story behind this photo.