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Abandoned hearse
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Abandoned hearse

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In the 1980’s Airstream attempted to market its RV as a funeral coach, designed to transport the deceased and family and flowers all at once from the funeral home to the cemetery.

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In the 1980’s Airstream attempted to market its RV as a funeral coach, designed to transport the deceased and family and flowers all at once from the funeral home to the cemetery.

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The ‘Dissected Cake’ made by the cake artists at the Conjurer’s Kitchen

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The ‘Dissected Cake’ made by the cake artists at the Conjurer’s Kitchen

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Hand painted vintage human tooth runes by ESOTERICA on Etsy

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Hand painted vintage human tooth runes by ESOTERICA on Etsy

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Child skull with cutaway exposing primary teeth
Photo credit: adamjb6

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Child skull with cutaway exposing primary teeth

Photo credit: adamjb6

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Amethyst carved skull on stand available at Loved to Death

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Amethyst carved skull on stand available at Loved to Death

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Carleton Villa was designed by architect William Miller in 1894 for William O. Wyckoff, who made his fortune helping the Remington Arms Company develop a market for the typewriter.  The grand estate was originally designed as a summer residence & a spot for large entertaining.  Located on Cartleton Island where Lake Ontario flows into the St. Lawrence River, this was once the grandest estate in the Thousand Islands. Carleton Villa has not been inhabited for more than six decades, but its fading facade remains majestic even set behind a fence and barbed wire, its towering turrets covered in cobwebs, its once stately walls the victim of vandals despite the ‘Keep Out’ signs posted around the property

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Carleton Villa was designed by architect William Miller in 1894 for William O. Wyckoff, who made his fortune helping the Remington Arms Company develop a market for the typewriter.  The grand estate was originally designed as a summer residence & a spot for large entertaining.  Located on Cartleton Island where Lake Ontario flows into the St. Lawrence River, this was once the grandest estate in the Thousand Islands. Carleton Villa has not been inhabited for more than six decades, but its fading facade remains majestic even set behind a fence and barbed wire, its towering turrets covered in cobwebs, its once stately walls the victim of vandals despite the ‘Keep Out’ signs posted around the property

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Bugs created using scavenged animal bones by artist Adam Bissett

Photo credit: Adam Bisett

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Bugs created using scavenged animal bones by artist Adam Bissett

Photo credit: Adam Bisett