The haunting portrait of an Armenia woman with tattoos on her face, indicates that she was ‘owned’ by someone as a forced wife and sex-slave during the years of the Armenian Genocide. "Grandma’s Tattoos" unveils the story of the Armenian women driven out of Ottoman Turkey during the First World War-Armenian Genocide.
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10 Entertainment Careers Cut Short By Unsolved Mysteries - Listverse
The world of entertainment has had its fair share of unsolved mysteries, many of which have involved some very prominent figures. For example, the murders
Rat Exposure. Originally, the victim had a fine cut made in the gut - leaving some of his intestines to be seen. During the early Middle Ages, it was common to simply leave him to catch an infection, causing death in a couple of days to weeks. Nevertheless, during the later Medieval Times, torturers began using small animals to cause the victim's death faster and more painful.
Sideshow Freaks: Human Oddity II
Finally adding to the Sideshow Freaks series since I started it a few years back. Model/hair/mua: Julie Bolene. Shot in Portland, OR a few days ago.
Maude Adams, 1892. Maude Ewing Kiskadden (1872–1953), known professionally as Maude Adams, was an American stage actress who achieved her greatest success as Peter Pan. Adams's personality appealed to a large audience and helped her become the most successful and highest-paid performer of her day, with a yearly income of more than one million dollars during her peak. She was often referred to simply as "Maudie" by her fans.