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The skin on the ends of the fingers of the deceased can be removed for printing. The skin can easily be printed.

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Conjoined twins, Abby and Brittany Hensel, blowing dudes - as discussed on Episode 216 of The DJNewStyle Show.


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Conjoined twins, Abby and Brittany Hensel, blowing dudes - as discussed on Episode 216 of The DJNewStyle Show.

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High School Fads, 1944

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Polaroids by Dash Snow (1981- 2009). New York Collage Artist, Photographer, & Graffiti Writer; Dash Snow died of drug overdose at 27.

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Vintage Fitness Equipment by Gustav Zander

Vintage Fitness Equipment by Gustav Zander

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This is one of the most famous ghost pictures ever taken. In 1959, Mabel Chinnery was visiting the grave of her mother in a British graveyard when she took a picture of her husband, who was waiting alone in the car.It wasn’t until Mrs. Chinnery had the film developed that they realized her husband hadn’t been waiting alone after all. The picture shows a person wearing glasses sitting in the back seat, and Mrs. Chinnery immediately recognized the figure as being her mother — the mother whose grave she had just visited.A photographic expert who examined the print determined that the image of the woman was neither a reflection nor a double exposure, even going so far as to stake his reputation on the fact that the picture is genuine. 

This is one of the most famous ghost pictures ever taken. In 1959, Mabel Chinnery was visiting the grave of her mother in a British graveyard when she took a picture of her husband, who was waiting alone in the car.

It wasn’t until Mrs. Chinnery had the film developed that they realized her husband hadn’t been waiting alone after all. The picture shows a person wearing glasses sitting in the back seat, and Mrs. Chinnery immediately recognized the figure as being her mother — the mother whose grave she had just visited.

A photographic expert who examined the print determined that the image of the woman was neither a reflection nor a double exposure, even going so far as to stake his reputation on the fact that the picture is genuine. 

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