Glass Eyes

"An old woman living on the shores of Loch Rannoch is credited with the gift of second sight. Her daughter describes her as often sitting for hours, deaf and blind to all around her. She is still consulted as to the whereabouts of drowned bodies."

— Excerpt From: Folklore Society (Great Britain). “Folklore.” London, Folk-lore Society (via charlottesarahscrivener)

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Jane Morris by John R. Parsons

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bartleby-company:

Mont Saint Michel, Marazion, Cornwall.

source

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madame-psychosis:

French Mortuary

madame-psychosis:

French Mortuary

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viα my-little-time-machine: Victorian girl and her doll.

viα my-little-time-machine: Victorian girl and her doll.

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viα lostinancientPatrick Street. Cork, Ireland | ca. 1867

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sisterwolf:

Alfred Guillou - Adieu, 1892

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realityayslum:

Hand grasping a beautiful young woman’s long, dark hair. c1910

(thnx to chagalov for the link)

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"The sadness will last forever."

Suicide note of Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890)

(Source: fyeahlastwords)

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