Headless Portraits from the Victorian Era on i09

Headless Portraits from the Victorian Era on i09

The Creepiest Headless Portraits from the Victorian Era

We all know that people messed around with photos long before there was Photoshop. But you might not have realized how crazy the Victorians were about headless portraits. They literally lost their heads over this trend. Check out the absolute creepiest examples below.

Photographs of William Henry Wheeler, Oxford, 1875

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A decapitated man, ca. 1875

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Around 1900

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A woman keeps his head down

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Not a rugby ball

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Happy family

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It can be weirder.

(via courroiedetransmission, elisandre-librairie-oeuvre-au-noir, International Center of Photography and Dictionary of Sydney)

 

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