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In 1867, an 8-year-old girl named Fanny Adams was found by horrified villagers in the following pieces:

Her bloody head, stuck on a hop-pole with the eyes gouged out and one hear tore off.

Her chest, severed at the diaphragm, with the heart scooped out.

Her arms, deposited separately, with two copper pence pieces clutched in one hand.

One foot, dropped in a field of clover.

Her eyes, recovered from the nearby River Wey.

Her heart, lying on it’s own.

It is assumed the river had taken all other remains. The man responsible was solicitor’s clerk Frederick Baker. He used his tea-break on a Saturday in August to walk through the meadows near the hop-field, and finding Fanny Adams playing with two friends. He gave the two girls half pence to run races for him; then sent the other two home while he took Fanny to the hop-field. He then battered the child with a large stone, and then cut her apart with his pen-knife. After which he went and had some beer and returned to his office where he wrote in his diary: “Killed a young girl. It was fine and hot,” He was unable to explain bloodstains on his cuffs. He was hanged at Winchester.

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dichotomized:

Masks worn by doctors during the Plague. The protective suit of the plague doctor consisted of a heavy fabric overcoat that was waxed, a mask with glass eye openings and a cone nose shaped like a beak to hold scented substances and straw.
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"Death has come to your little town, sheriff." - Halloween (1978) (X)

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Have any of you ever seen a UFO?

cryptidcrossword:

dreadfulhorror:

cryptidcrossword:

I know I’m a cryptozoology page but I’m genuinely curious? Also if you’ve seen any cryptids? I’m more than happy to hear about that as well!

I’ve seen a handful of UFOs, I live on the South Texas border. It’s a hot bed for paranormal activity. I’m actually originally from…

No that’s fantastic, I’ve never met anyone who’s met a cryptid so this is very interesting for me. I plan on going on a research trip to see if I can see a Yowie/hairy man. I love all this stuff!!!

Oooohhhhh, where are you going of you don’t mind my asking?

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Sinister — B.B.Q ‘79

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Have any of you ever seen a UFO?

cryptidcrossword:

I know I’m a cryptozoology page but I’m genuinely curious? Also if you’ve seen any cryptids? I’m more than happy to hear about that as well!

I’ve seen a handful of UFOs, I live on the South Texas border. It’s a hot bed for paranormal activity. I’m actually originally from Monterrey, Mx, where the “Bruja de Monterrey” was filmed. I’ve actually driven by those mountains countless times.

I’ve never seen a cryptid, my father says he saw the Mothman, his mother claims to as well on separate occasions. My mother saw a thunderbird, they are incredibly common here in rural areas. Everyone here knows someone whose seen a thunderbird. And a handful of other family members claimed to if seen the devil. We are a family of strange people.

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victoriousvocabulary:

CETUS
[noun]
1. any large sea animal, such as a whale, shark or dolphin.
2. the constellation Cetus, the Whale.
Etymology: from Latin cētus, romanised form of Ancient Greek κῆτος kētos, “any sea-monster or huge fish”.
[Nick Keller]
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What’s this from?

Maniac (2012)

Elijah Wood’s remake of Maniac (1980)

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