15 Of The Most Crazy Scary Historical Pictures

1. The body of a Hiroshima survivor. scary pics

2. The Mad Bomber’s creepy smile.scary pics

3. The mummified head of the first nun ever recorded to be possessed.scary pics

4. A Russian spy smiling right before getting executed in Finland, 1942.scary pics

5. A hotel owner is pouring acid in the pool as black people swim in it in 1964.scary pics

6. Remains found in Herxheim, an ancient city in Germany The city dates back to 7,000 years ago and the human remnants found show clear signs of flesh-stripping, which is a preparation for cannibalism.scary pics

7. The body of a frozen Soviet soldier propped up by Finnish fighters to scare off Soviet troops.scary pics

8. A picture of the mummified heart of Auguste Delagrange after it was pierced with a stake. Delagrange was a purported vampire and was accused of killing around 40 people. He was killed in 1912.scary pics

9. Bizzare and creepy ventriloquist doll.scary pics

10. The leg of 92-year-old John Bentley who died of spontaneous human combustion. The fire was confined to the bathroom and made a hole in the floor.scary pics

11. Pre-Photoshop fakes showing impossibly large food and animals were incredibly popular on postcards and tongue-in-cheek promotional materials in the early 20th century. Though it’s still pretty impressive they managed to fool people in such a manner in 1937.scary pics

12. Horatio Gordon Robley with his collection of preserved Maori tattooed heads, also known as Mokomokai.scary pics

13. Loana the Bloodthirster who is believed to have died by drinking her own blood.scary pics

14. What a union soldier looked like after surviving the Andersonville Prison Camp.scary pics

15. The very last picture of 14-year-old Regina Kay Walters taken by serial killer Robert Ben Rhoades. scary pics

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