You know what they say ”” two heads are better than one!
(They were wrong, though. Very, very wrong.)
Before Ctrl C and Ctrl V were invented, people had to use literal scissors and literal paste in order to manipulate photos. Like a bunch of barbarians!
Back in 1937, giant grasshoppers apparently roamed the plains of Montana. But what did they eat? I'm glad you asked...
They ate giant vegetables, obviously. What else?
And before you ask how the giant veggies were harvested, please simply direct your attention to the above picture. That's right. Giant soldiers.
Little-known fact: The first Ferris wheel was actually just a bunch of guys named Ferris horsing around on a building. Maybe.
This is actually the great-grandmother of the lamp featured in A Christmas Story.
Back in the 1920s, people liked to create the illusion that they were headless by posing with their head hidden, and another person's head appearing (seemingly disembodied) next to them. This was called "horsemanning."
Those who were really committed to the bit would actually remove their heads! (I assume. How else would these pictures be possible?)
Whoa. Who is in charge of cleaning the stairs in this establishment? They just left that guy's head right in the middle of a step for someone to trip over! How inconsiderate.
Looking for a room with a view for your next vacation? Well, look no further!
This poor woman was obviously haunted by a number of ghosts. Although they were very fancy ghosts, which is probably what you hope for as far as ghosts go, right?
What do you think Lincoln is whispering to Mary Todd in this picture? I bet it's probably something like "I told you I didn't want to go to the play. But would you listen? Noooooo."
50% cat, 50% woman. 100% scarier than the Batman villain.
Wait, is this actually an optical illusion? Or is this just a set of twins? Because one answer is significantly less confusing than the other.