Grady Stiles III

An Interview With Grady Stiles III (The Son Of ‘Lobster Boy’ Grady Stiles Jr)

Welcome to our fascinating interview with Grady Stiles III, the son of the famous sideshow freak Grady Stiles, Jr., also known as Lobster Boy (June 26, 1937 – November 29, 1992).

Related article: Images of rare human deformities

What is Ectrodactyly?

What is Ectrodactyly?

An X-ray of a 12-year-old girl in 1907.

Ectrodactyly (also known as as split hand/split foot malformation (SHFM), cleft hand or lobster claw) is a rare congenital anomaly caused by human gene defects. It affects about 1 in 90,000 births.

The limb malformation involves the deficiency or absence of one or more central digits of the hand and/or foot. read more

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The Amazing Horror Sculptures Of Steven Vlad Navarro

If you’re looking for the coolest and weirdest horror sculptures online, you will want to check out the work of artist Steven Vlad Navarro. His products would make a unique gift for a friend or loved one. Find out how you can buy a bizarre cell phone case, It coffee mug and more!

Related article: Oddities For Sale: A Collector’s Guide To The Oddest Products Online

It Movie Phone Case

It movie phone case

This is a spooky cell phone case of the clown from the supernatural horror film It.

iPhone 11 Pro Max Case

iPhone 11 Pro Max Case

Here are 2 images of another horror cell phone case with incredibly amazing detail. read more

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Shrunken Heads (History & How You Can Buy One Of Your Own)

Shrunken heads are becoming a popular topic in today’s oddities business. More and more people are seeking them for purchase. Without a doubt, a head would make a great addition to a collection of curiosities. However, if you’re looking for a real shrunken head, finding it is not so easy. This doesn’t mean they are not out there. You just have to look hard to find one.

real shrunken heads Ripley's

Several real human shrunken heads from Ripley’s Believe It or Not! The image was taken at a Oddities & Curiosities Expo in Denver, Colorado (October 2019). In the middle is a real child shrunken head.

In this post, we will talk about their up and coming industry and history. We will go into the details of how they were made in the past. Our featured image shows a man by the name of Horatio Gordon Robley. He is sitting proud with his large collection of severed and preserved heads back in 1895. Robley was an artist and collector of Mokomokai (preserved heads of Māori people). Although the heads are severed and not shrunk, we thought we would share this amazing image with you. Of course, to many, the picture can be extremely creepy and very difficult to look at. read more

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5 Gore Sites With Videos That May Cause Nightmares

The following gore sites contain material that may cause severe nightmares. If you’re not a fan of disturbing dreams, it may be best to just view another article. You have been warned!

If you read our post on seven of the most offensive sites, you will likely be able to handle reading this entire post. However, it does contain even more websites about death, terrible brutality, murder (including gruesome beheadings), suicide and other extremely shocking stuff.

Warning: Web Pages Contain Material That May Cause Anxiety

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This article was created for educational purposes only. We do not condone any of the acts shown in the gore videos on the following sites. These are some of the scariest places you can find on the Web.   read more

Insane Plastic Surgeries

5 Most Insane Plastic Surgeries You Will Ever See

Today, the plastic surgery industry is a multi-billion-dollar industry that continues to rise in popularity. For some people, having these plastic surgery procedures becomes an addiction: consider Michael Jackson (MJ) and Joan Rivers. It is easy to see why facial plastic surgery procedures can become addictive, especially for someone like Joan Rivers, who was trying desperately to address the signs of aging and for MJ, who was trying to eliminate the issue (i.e., big nose) that his father tormented him about throughout his adolescence. read more