briannathestrange:

… and TADAAAAAAAA! (x)

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The Art of Disney Golden Books (x)

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insidesanity:

FUCKING FINALLY

insidesanity:

FUCKING FINALLY

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alliebirdseed:

Inktober day 9 - My favorite witch!

alliebirdseed:

Inktober day 9 - My favorite witch!

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timetravelnow:

Bob’s Ember Glo Motel - The Glo Room
El Centro, California

timetravelnow:

Bob’s Ember Glo Motel - The Glo Room

El Centro, California

irreverentpsychologist:

Boys at a county fair in El Centro, California, 1942, by Russell Lee. See also the case of two curious men. 

Boys at a county fair in El Centro, California, 1942, a photo by Russell Lee

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irreverentpsychologist:

Boys at a county fair in El Centro, California, 1942, by Russell Lee. See also the case of two curious men

Boys at a county fair in El Centro, California, 1942, a photo by Russell Lee

ohdangitsshane 0.0 !! It’s el centro

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horroroftruant:

Classic Horror Movie VHS Box Covers

Oh, horror movie VHS covers. Before the age of the internet, horror fans scoured the isles of their local video store, renting whatever flick had the best cover art. The boxes were gory, creepy, and oftentimes absurd. They were decorated with blood, guts, gore and half naked women, each box trying its hardest to stick out from the rest and earn the curious horror fan’s dollar. They especially intrigued younger viewers, offering a brief voyeuristic glimpse into the kind of adult entertainment that was otherwise hidden from their eyes. In this post I take a look back at some of the most striking horror movie VHS box covers from the video store days.