A scene from D.W. Griffith’s Cloverfield
You would think that the airplane collision in the Empire State Building on July 28, 1945, would’ve create panicked people screaming out their lungs, yet here we can witness a pretty calmed group of people standing and talking casually,
Hitler was a sneaky copycatBefore Hitler had totally stole it, the swastika sign was a symbol for luck (get the irony) for random sports teams that were also called “The Swastika.”
Rebuilding The human Robot
It may look like a guy with a really bad back, but actually is a human robot being remodelled by two German scientists.
Tennis Game in the Clouds
Here are some adrenaline junkies pretending to play tennis on the wing of a place. This pic is taken in 1925, 20 years after the invention of planes.
The Car Vending Machine
Remember the times when you add nickel in the car vending machine to get your T model back, no? – Well the guys from the past done it once again. This pic is taken in 1936 Chicago by photographer John Gutmann. This was a random elevator garage in the 30’s.
The Oil Spill Beach
This was a oil covered beach in California for the hippies.
The president’s Grizzly ChairOh, hello there headless grizzly bear , shell the president Andrew Johnson sit on you? – This chair was a gift to the president by his admirer Seth Kinman who apparently went hunting. We advise the Peta guys to keep calm and not broke anything, this was in the past.
The Surreal Photo Of Salvador Dali
Here is something you don’t see every day. The surreal photo of the most popular surrealist ever, is neither Photoshop nor photo manipulation, it was taken by the photographic genius Philippe Halsman.
The Tallest Man Alive
No matter how tall you are, if you stand next to Robert Wadlow of Alton, Illinois you will probably look and feel like a midget. This is believed to be the tallest man that has ever lived, with 8 feet and 11 inches (271 cm), so Shaquille O’Neal you thought you are tall, right?
The Train That Jumped From Second Floor Window
This obscure floating train from the second floor is a picture of the s the great derailment of the Granville-Paris Express at Gare Montparnasse on Oct. 22, 1895. Even though the train had one hounded passengers inside, only one woman from outside was tragically killed.
The two seats bicycle
If you take a more careful look at this photo, you can notice that the man from behind had no arms. That is Charles B. Tripp of Woodstock, Canada, who was born without arms and was known as ‘arm less wonder.” His friend Eli Bowen of Ohio is born without legs but with feet.
This bad-ass alligator rider
And you though you was a baddies for riding a pony when you were kid? -Well, sorry to disappoint you but unless you’ve rode an alligator as three years old girl, you cannot say much.
This flying horse
Hello, may we talk with Peta, there is a horse being thrown from a bidge!!!
Yeah, some friendly KKK members having a fun ride on the Most Racist Wheel on Earth
Whoah! This is one hell of a racist wheel, right?