Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Miss Cellania's Links

Fantastic Frights From The Purge: Fear Night.

The Faces Behind Disney's 11 Princesses.

Was Jack the Ripper an American?

24 Extraordinary Photos Of The Making Of The Atomic Bomb. The brain power, teamwork, and secrecy of the Manhattan Project is still impressive 70 years later.

A curious cat decides to investigate a moving set of windshield wipers. And then it gets weird.

A Brief History of Fake Blood.

Why Do Our Favorite Horror Fiction Monsters Still Frighten Us? Because if they didn't have a connection with our deepest fears, they wouldn't be our favorites.

Horrific Tales of Potato Poisoning

Photographer Carli Davidson caught wet dogs in mid-shake in goofy photos and in slow-motion video. She calls the distortion the "moment dogs turn into monsters."

Historic Werewolves. The legends were formed to explain horrific real events in which people acted like animals.

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