I put a spell on you because you're mine...

Vintage photo of large woman with stuffed alligator - stock photo

walking the baby alligator...

realityayslum: “Anonymous (American) Woman walking an alligator, From Hunted and Gathered: Photographs from the Private Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson … via Modernism ”

How can they possibly explain these strange photos from the past.

41 Very Odd Black and White Photos That Cannot Be Explained

This strange image is just one of Black & White Photos That Cannot Be Explained"(naw, this ones easy. The kid is painting a face on the older gentleman, who has male pattered balding. His head is tilted toward the camera is all. Not so odd.

"I'll never get into another picture with an animal, so help me!" -- Dorothy Lamour.  Bizarre Los Angeles.

Funny pictures about Waiting for Tarzan. Oh, and cool pics about Waiting for Tarzan. Also, Waiting for Tarzan.

A mother, with her two children and a Sheep tag's along as she does her shopping.

March 1936 June Bishop (left) who is three, seen with her mother who owns a pet shop in Alton, Hampshire. June takes her pet sheep out with her wherever she goes, rather like the nursery rhyme.

In 1882 it was discovered that, rather than being the dark shrouded figure of legend, Death was actually an 8 year old girl. According to reports, she happily chatted while having her photograph taken before skipping off to collect a few more souls. Her departing words as she left the photography studio were, "I'm a busy little bee today."

What a strange photo of a little girl holding a skull. I wonder if this was part or around the same time as death photos?

Bizarre Alligators Driving Automobile Vintage Postcard.

Bizarre Alligators Driving Automobile Vintage Postcard

I love WTF pics and this is one of the best that I've seen in a while.

Chicken and Boy Smoking Smokes Cigarette Vintage Image from 1920 Funny Unique Photo Photography Sepia Black & White Print Cute Weird

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Picture Power: proof that Victorians weren’t as serious as is thought. “A photograph is a most important document, and there is nothing more damning to go down to posterity than a silly, foolish smile caught and fixed forever.