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A man with two faces

“Your photo of a “Man with Two Faces” is actually a photograph of sideshow performer Bill Durks. He does not have “2” faces, Bill was born with a condition known as frontonasal dysplasia, a...

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Suicide of Evelyn McHale

This powerful photo taken by Robert C. Wiles was published as a full-page image in the 12 May 1947 issue of Life Magazine. It ran with the caption: “At the bottom of the Empire...

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Bugsy Siegel death photo

On the night of June 20, 1947, as Siegel sat with his associate Allen Smiley in Virginia Hill’s Beverly Hills home reading the Los Angeles Times, an assailant fired at him through the window...

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Rip Torn police mugshot

“State police responded to an alarm at the Litchfield Bancorp building in Salisbury, CT at 9:40 PM last night. Police say they found Torn “with a loaded revolver” and he was”highly intoxicated.” Law enforcement...

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James Brown police mugshot

“Godfather of Soul” James Brown, 70, was arrested by Aiken County cops & charged with domestic violence after allegedly pushing his wife to the floor during an argument at the couple’s South Carolina home....

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Michael Jackson police mugshot

From AP – Trailed by a phalanx of TV cameras, a handcuffed Michael Jackson was booked on suspicion of child molestation Thursday after arriving by private jet to face charges that could finish off...

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Axl Rose police mugshot

This mugshot of 18 year old Axl Rose (then known as William Rose or William Bailey) was unearthed by writer John Jeremiah Sullivan while researching for a GQ article. The nature of the arrest is unknown, although...

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Bill Gates police mugshot

Exactly why Microsoft mogul Bill Gates was arrested has never been made clear. The records manager at the Albuquerque Police Department said that after a thorough search no arrest record was found in connection...

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Mick Jagger police mugshot

The lead singer of the Rolling Stones was brought in when a scuffle broke out between the band’s entourage and a photographer in 1972. All charges were dropped.

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Jane Fonda police mugshot

The star of ‘Klute’ and ‘Barbarella’ was arrested in 1970 after allegedly kicking a police officer when she was found carrying a large amount of pills. All charges were dropped after the pills were...

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Marilyn Manson police mugshot

Singer Marilyn Manson was arrested Dec. 27, 1994, after he allegedly exposed himself on stage at a concert in Jacksonville, Fla. He was charged with violating the local adult entertainment code, which prohibits nudity...

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O.J. Simpson police mugshot

Former Buffalo Bills running back and Hall Of Fame member Simpson was arrested for the 1994 murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman. Simpson was found not-guilty after a...

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Tim Allen police mugshot

Home Improvement, The Santa Clause, and Last Man Standing actor Tim Allen (then known as Tim Dick) was arrested in 1978 attempting to sell cocaine to an undercover police officer. Facing life in prison...

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James Earl Ray police mugshot

Ray was arrested for the murder of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in Atlanta in 1968. He was found guilty and sentenced to 99 years in prison. He later unsuccessfully attempted...

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George Carlin police mugshot

Carlin was arrested in Milwaukee in 1971 at age 35 for public indecency after performing his famous “Seven Words You Can Never Say On Television” routine. A judge dismissed the charges.

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Larry King police mugshot

Larry King was arrested in 1971 at age 38 and charged with grand larceny. The charge was later thrown out due to the statute of limitations running out, but King pleaded no contest to one...

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Parasite escaping a squished spider (video)

Mermithidae is a family of nematode worms that are endoparasites in arthropods. As early as 1877, Mermithidae was listed as one of nine subdivisions of the Nematoidea. Mermithidae are confusable with the horsehair worms...

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Montauk monster

Via Gawker: “This is an actual monster, some sort of rodent-like creature with a dinosaur beak. A tipster says that there is “a government animal testing facility very close by in Long Island,” but unless the government...

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A 6-legged cow

A six-legged Cambodian cow rests near the Cambodian city of Phnom Penh October 7, 2003. The two-month old animal, named Cham Leck which means ‘strange,’ was given to monks at a local pagoda by...

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A sixty point buck

‘Goliath,’ a white-tail deer buck, stands in the field of Rod and Dianne Miller in Knox, PA Tuesday, August 5, 2003. The giant buck with some 50 to 60 points on its antlers and...

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A 3 year old and his best friend – a python

Three-year-old Cambodian boy Oeun Sambat hugs his best friend, a 13.1 feet long female python named Chamreun or ‘Lucky’ in the village of Sit Tbow on May 18, 2003. Superstitious villagers in the impoverished...

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A man swallowed by a snake

This photo comes from a now-defunct site titled The JoshReport. After receiving a previous email from one Andrew Maddox questioning the authenticity of the photo, which we published on this page, Josh himself from the...

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Victim of elephant poaching

In 1979, the African elephant population was estimated to be around 1.3 million in 37 range states, but by 1989 only 600,000 remained. Although many ivory traders repeatedly claimed that the problem was habitat...

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Clint Malarchuck neck injury

During a game on March 22, 1989, between the visiting St. Louis Blues and Malarchuk’s Buffalo Sabres, Steve Tuttle of the Blues and Uwe Krupp of the Sabres became entangled while chasing the puck...

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West Virginia championship shirt typo

West Virginia may have won the National Invitation Tournament, but the Mountaineers’ commemorative T-shirts are less than championship material. They contain a misspelling. The “West Virgina” printed on the shirts players wore after winning the NIT...