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Freak Show

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Lady Viola (originally born as Ethel Martin) Covington, Kentucky, 1898; tattooed by Frank Graf (Coney Island) in the 1920s. She became a tattoo attraction, billed as "the most beautiful tattooed woman in the world"; she wasn't only a circus tattooed

'Freak Shows' were a popular form of entertainment between the 16th and 19th Centuries. Despite changing attitudes towards disabilities our 21st Century society is itself a 'Freak Show'.

RETRO A GO GO FREAK SHOW TIN SIGN Come check out the Curious, Strange & Exotic at the Freakshow! This vintage inspired tin sign from Retro-A-Go-Go has a sword swallowin' skeleton pictured in front of sideshow banner stripes. A punched hole at the top gives for easy peasy hanging! $33.00 #retroagogo #retro #tinsign #sign #freakshow #sideshow #swordswallower #skeleton #circus

Here at Thrillvania we’re ecstatic over the news that American Horror Story Season 4 will revolve around a carnival freak show. A haunted house? An asylum with an evil Nazi doctor? A coven of witches with super powers? They’ve all been done before. But, what could be more deliciously terrifying than a Halloween party […]

Sideshow poster this would be great to showcase the bridesmaids and groomsmen | See more about Sideshow, Poster and Circus Poster. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

People have always been fascinated by the strange and weird, and this fascination found a thriving home in the circus sideshows of the past two centuries. The banners that advertised the wonders within were hand painted with vibrant colors and images that would draw even the most morally upright into the mysteries of the sideshow.

The Half-Man Half-Woman, one of the first sideshow performers to be immortalized in film.

Real Name: Josephine-JosephTime Frame: Early 1900sAmazing Fact: Though it is unknown whether the individual was truly a hermaphrodite or rather a skilled impersonator, Josephine-Joseph's half-man/half-woman body landed her/him a role in the 1932 film Freaks, where she/he famously begin the chant, "We accept her, we accept her. One of us, one of us."

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