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Recognizing bat-shit crazy by their eyes

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National Geographic Portrait Photography (by feisal kandrani) these people are so beautiful. it makes you wonder what their soul would look like. to me, all the beauty of today is amazing and should be tolerated, but these are just breathtaking Photo Portrait, Portrait Photography, Men Portrait, People Photography, Amazing Photography, Beautiful Eyes, Beautiful People, The Face, Foto Art

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Chikatilo was a Ukrainian born serial killer and rapist. While in custody, Chikatilo confessed to over 50 murders and mutilations. He befriended, killed, and ate his victims. He admitted that his motives were solely for sexual gratification. The details o Mafia, Famous Serial Killers, Evil People, Creepy People, Creepy Things, Real Monsters, Foto Real, Vida Real, Criminal Minds

Top 10 Cases Of Human Cannibalism - Listverse

Cannibalism is perhaps the ultimate cultural taboo. There are many reasons why humans partake in this practice; for cultural purposes, for survival or

Kinda reminds me of Coraline. I think I'm going to see that face in my nightmares tonight. Haha Funny, Hilarious, Funny Stuff, Funny Shit, American Horror Stories, Memes, Everything Funny, I Love To Laugh, Humor

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Roman bronze runner statue - Herculaneum before the eruption 79 AD Villa dei Papiri in Herculaneum, probably the copy of a Greek sculpture from the late - early century B. Roman Sculpture, Art Sculpture, Bronze Sculpture, Garden Sculpture, Rome Antique, Art Antique, Roman History, Art History, Ancient Rome

Roman bronze runner statue - Herculaneum before the eruption 79 AD Nude male figure, placed together with a twin statue in the large peristilium of the Villa dei Papiri in Herculaneum, it is probably the copy of a Greek sculpture from the late 4th - early 3rd century BC, celebrating a victorious athlete in one of the major Pan-Hellenic games.

The remainder of Emperor Augustus' statue known as the Merӧe Head, trampled upon by visitors to a victory building after a Roman reverse, has gone on show at the British Museum. Ancient Rome, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Art Romain, Art Quiz, Roman Sculpture, Bronze Sculpture, Rome Antique, Bronze

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