/r/oldschoolcreepy

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Here You Can Submit Creepy Pics Of Old People.

There Are Only Few Rules.

  • Post Here The Pics Which You Think Are Just Creepy and old.

  • If You Had Any Creepy Past Then Share That With Us.

  • No Personal Attack.

  • Please Use NSFW Tag If Your Post Belongs To NSFW

  • You can Repost Here From Other Subreddits But The Post Should Be Creepy And Old.

  • Creepy old pictures relating to your family legend(s) and/or backstories are allowed. You may go into detail.

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/r/OldSchoolRidiculous

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Serial killer Eugen Weidmann is walked to the guillotine in Paris, 1939. This was the last public executions in France.

8 Comments
2024/06/06
10:03 UTC

181

The 'Brown Lady' of Raynam Hall, Norfolk, UK. Photo captured by Country Life magazine in 1936.

5 Comments
2024/06/03
13:47 UTC

54

Carved ivory Japanese netsuke of a human skeleton posing on a skull, c. 1750-1850.

1 Comment
2024/05/26
02:42 UTC

45

"A man suffering from attack by blue devils; representing depression or mental illness. Coloured etching after R. Newton, 1795."

1 Comment
2024/05/16
01:49 UTC

224

Jimmy Savile Meets the Beatles

13 Comments
2024/05/11
19:13 UTC

33

Painted memento mori wooden snuff box featuring images of skulls, c. 1700-1900.

2 Comments
2024/04/17
23:53 UTC

31

Plaster phrenological bust, English, 1821.

1 Comment
2024/04/04
23:14 UTC

60

The last picture of Vladimir Lenin before he died in Gorki on May 15, 1923. Beside him are his sister and one of his doctors.

2 Comments
2024/03/24
21:19 UTC

75

Those poor children

Imagine your mother buying these to “decorate” your room. These would be terrifying at night. 😳

5 Comments
2024/03/16
21:08 UTC

47

Halloween Costume in 1905

1 Comment
2024/03/15
03:25 UTC

66

A newspaper clipping from Harper's Weekly. Jefferson Davis is portrayed with deathly eyes, reaping plants with skulls on them with a sickle. Underneath him is a snake and above him is a twisted bare tree with a vulture perched on it and a noose hanging from it. 10-26-1861

1 Comment
2024/03/10
03:37 UTC

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“Allegory of vanity; men and women looking at the skeletal remains of beauty.” Print by Abraham Allard.

1 Comment
2024/03/03
23:59 UTC

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Hedy Pfundmayr with Elektra-mask, by Rudolf Koppitz, c. 1928

0 Comments
2024/02/20
08:02 UTC

56

Oil painting depicting a quack doctor examining a woman's urine flask, 1549.

4 Comments
2024/02/20
02:00 UTC

193

My Father, Halloween, 1940s

5 Comments
2024/02/15
02:22 UTC

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“Skull Wearing a Wreath of Flowers.” Oil painting by Thomas Satterwhite Noble, c. 1874.

2 Comments
2024/02/14
23:59 UTC

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"His & Hers" mannequins from the 1972 Neiman Marcus Christmas Catalog

3 Comments
2024/02/13
09:47 UTC

126

"A man and a woman riding a motorbicycle on a mountain pass, being diverted by Death off the road and into the valley below. Pen and ink drawing, 1929."

4 Comments
2024/02/05
23:31 UTC

69

"The angel of death (a winged skeletal creature) drops some deadly substances into a river near a town; symbolising typhoid. Watercolour, 1912, after R. Cooper."

2 Comments
2024/02/02
20:01 UTC

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A young woman writing a thank you note to her boyfriend in the Navy for the skull of a Japanese soldier that he sent, 1944

30 Comments
2024/01/29
13:43 UTC

37

"A seated man looking through a camera obscura at half a skeleton suspended upside down from a tripod as two men look on. Etching."

2 Comments
2024/01/27
21:48 UTC

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Photo of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer at high school with a fellow student.

29 Comments
2024/01/22
13:43 UTC

254

‘Fatso and Thin Man’—a circus act from around the 1890s

17 Comments
2024/01/21
14:02 UTC

105

Playboy Jorge Guinle making Kim Novak uncomfortable during the early 1960s.

16 Comments
2024/01/19
16:09 UTC

84

Books that read YOU

3 Comments
2024/01/17
17:35 UTC

36

Brighella Puppet, Italian, c. 1700-1750.

1 Comment
2024/01/15
22:58 UTC

56

A monkey barber-surgeon's establishment. Oil painting after David Teniers the Younger, c. 1600s.

4 Comments
2024/01/09
03:09 UTC

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"No Substitution." The January/February page from the Antikamnia pharmaceutical company's calendar from 1900. Lithograph by Louis Crusius.

1 Comment
2024/01/04
04:01 UTC

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