Disney World is one of my favorite places on the planet and I can’t get enough of the the behind the scenes construction photos that just surfaced.
Let’s pull back the curtain and take a look back at some of history’s rarely seen corners.
Sweet Jesus, the 1980’s were a magical time of shoulder pads and gigantic hairdos. Please take me back to the days of Corn Dog 7 and Wicks and Sticks!
After Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation outlawed slavery, thousands upon thousands of men and women found themselves freed. These historical photos show former slaves after the emancipation.
British photographer William Hope took these “spirit photos” in the 1920’s as a way to dupe believers out of their money. He later admitted that the photos were simple double exposures.
In 1908, sociologist and photographer Lewis Hine traveled to the town of Eastport, ME after he was hired by the US National Committee of Child Labour, to explore the difficult conditions in which children toiled before the child labor laws were passed.
Wow… Christmas used to be terrifying.
You need to learn some history, stupid, and get less stupid. Idiot.
Jesus, did these people ever see a cat in their lives!?
With election day in the US, it’s important for women to remember that their right to vote came only after a long and bitter struggle.