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Oh, Just an Abandoned Hobbit Castle Built for Sheep


(c) Palisade via: Oh, Just an Abandoned Hobbit Castle Built for Sheep was published by Messy Nessy Chic.

Only Photographs Remained of the First Flying Man, Until Now…


“Sacrifices must be made…” were reportedly Otto Lilenthal’s last words following the fatal accident that saw him plunge to his untimely death from an altitude of 50 feet (15 meters) in his glider. Okay, so this might not sound like the most “uplifting” story so far, but for anyone who’s ever had in interest in collecting old photos, there’s something a little magical ahead… What could have been?

Your Ticket Aboard the World’s First Cruise Ship


SS Prinzessin Victoria Luise Launched in 1900, let’s take a cruise through history (see what I did there) aboard the SS Prinzessin Victoria Luise, credited with having been the first purpose-built cruise ship, a German passenger ship of the Hamburg-America Line.

Welcome to the Messy World of Jerry’s Junk


Staring out at you from behind those rusty gates; thousands of tightly packed, unwanted objects from the past sit in an eerie silence, almost as if they might just come alive as soon as you turn your back.

A Penguin Love Story in Paris


If you’re in the dog house for missing Valentine’s Day, this might just crack a smile. We just had a little fun filming with our office penguin, Pete, who always looked a little lonely sitting in the corner.

13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. CCXIX)


1. A Bank in Rock River Wyoming For Sale at $80,000 This property is listed on the National Historical Register.

All Aboard the Ghost Ship Hotel of Koh Chang


Source: Reddit / All Aboard the Ghost Ship Hotel of Koh Chang was published by Messy Nessy Chic.

Lost to the Iron Curtain: The Avant Garde Artist the World Forgot


Kavkazski’s Workshop, St. Petersburg, 1915 Paris may have been the artistic hub of Europe’s cultural life and modern ideas at the beginning of the 20thLost to the Iron Curtain: The Avant Garde Artist the World Forgot was published by Messy Nessy Chic.

Lost to the Iron Curtain: The Avant Garde Artist the World Forgot


Kavkazski’s Workshop, St. Petersburg, 1915 Paris may have been the artistic hub of Europe’s cultural life and modern ideas at the beginning of the 20thLost to the Iron Curtain: The Avant Garde Artist the World Forgot was published by Messy Nessy Chic.

The Obscure World of Kitschy Christian Vinyl


Bob Dylan nearly crossed over to the Christian music industry in the late seventies. He had just announced his conversion to Christianity in ’79 and proceeded to release a total of three albums based on his newfound faith.

The Obscure World of Kitschy Christian Vinyls


Bob Dylan nearly crossed over to the Christian music industry in the late seventies. He had just announced his conversion to Christianity in ’79 and proceeded to release a total of three albums based on his newfound faith.

She’s been Drawing her Road Trips in Sketchbooks for 20 Years


There’s something about art and travel that goes so well together, something that’s more romantic about taking out a moleskin notebook and drawing the view than simply snapping it with your phone.

She’s been Drawing her Road Trips in Sketchbooks for 20 Years


There’s something about art and travel that goes so well together, something that’s more romantic about taking out a moleskin notebook and drawing the view than simply snapping it with your phone.

No Wild West Road Trip is Complete without a Stop at this Ghost Town Saloon


(c) RAM “If you stay here long enough, the world will come to you,” said Paul, a regular of the Genoa Bar and Saloon in Genoa, Nevada, USA. Give me a few minutes and this quote will start to make sense.

Inside an English Pub Buried for a Quarter of a Century


Our favourite local hangouts sometimes come and go sadly, you just have to be hopeful that something better might come along in its place.

The Dark and Twisted History of Valentine’s Day Cards


The Vintage Valentines Museum has recently become one of my most fascinating rabbit holes on the web.

13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. CCXVIII)


1. Victorian Portraits of Women Breastfeeding It may seem strange that the Victorian era with its heavily layered clothing and modesty would have not decried these photographs as obscenity, so it’s important to consider the personal meaning of a daguerreotype.

Terrifying Breast Enhancers of Yesteryear


Allow me to translate for you … BREAST FIRMING via fast, pressurised cold water affusion that showers the breast without getting wet, making the muscular fibers of the mammary glands contract, without touching the delicate tip.

French Swag on Stilts


I assumed the impossible practice of walking on stilts was solely for the circus or a merry band of vagabond street performers.

Mona (Marilyn) Monroe, the $10-an-Hour Pin-Up Model


In 1946, a nineteen year-old aspiring actress in Hollywood was in need of a job, and fast. Born Norma Jean Dougherty, destined to become Marilyn Monroe, but in between, for those not-so-squeaky-clean modelling jobs, she preferred to go by Mona– with a going rate of $10 an hour.


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