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Photos discovered frozen in block of ice… Alexander Stevens on the  Aurora, 100-Year-Old box of negatives photos, discovered frozen in block of  Antarctica's ice,

Photos discovered frozen in block of ice…

Photos discovered frozen in block of ice… Alexander Stevens on the Aurora, 100-Year-Old box of negatives photos, discovered frozen in block of Antarctica's ice,

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33 Signs You Went To An All-Girls Public School

Complete Guide to Skirt Length - How Long Should I Wear My Skirt? Leg Ruler ---- hilarious jokes funny pictures walmart humor fails

16 of the most magnificent trees in the world

16 of the most magnificent trees in the world

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20 Rare Historical Photos That Will Leave You Stunned

20 Rare Historical Photos That Will Leave You Stunned

I really hate the one with the poor bear. 20 Rare Historical Photos That Will Leave You Stunned

Mr. and Mrs. Al Tomaini.  In 1949, Tomaini, an 8 ½' tall giant with a 22-inch shoe size retired from the road and settled in Gibsonton, FL.  Al and his two-foot tall wife, Jeanie, billed as “The Half-Girl,” adopted two daughters & started a restaurant and trailer park they called “The Giant’s Camp.”

Mr. and Mrs. Al Tomaini. In 1949, Tomaini, an 8 ½' tall giant with a 22-inch shoe size retired from the road and settled in Gibsonton, FL. Al and his two-foot tall wife, Jeanie, billed as “The Half-Girl,” adopted two daughters & started a restaurant and trailer park they called “The Giant’s Camp.”

The Mutter Museum in Philadelphia was originally opened in the 1900s for medical students to see in person extremely rare conditions, as well as the effects of diseases that had been cured or eradicated. It still stands today as the best place for medical students to get ”hands on” experience, as well as a popular attraction for locals and tourists alike.

The Mutter Museum in Philadelphia was originally opened in the 1900s for medical students to see in person extremely rare conditions, as well as the effects of diseases that had been cured or eradicated. It still stands today as the best place for medical students to get ”hands on” experience, as well as a popular attraction for locals and tourists alike.

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