1910 Mardi Gras revelers on Frenchman Street, New Orleans photographed by John N. Teunisson, (via Trashy Diva).
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Halloween Parade photographed by Christopher Michel (@ChrisMichel) in New York City, October 31, 2014.
Drew Barrymore lights Stephen King’s cigarette at a 1984 fundraising premiere of Firestarter in Bangor, Maine, photographed by Mimi Cotter.
Mrs. Bates in the fruit cellar as discovered by Lila Crane (Vera Miles) in 1960’s Psycho.
Piggy’s Revenge by artist and photographer Danielle Tunstall, 2011.
“No Hallowe’en Without a Jack-o’-Lantern,” from The Book of Hallowe’en by Ruth Edna Kelley, the first book-length history of the holiday,1919.
Thirteen decapitated soldiers, an early example of trick photography, photographer unknown, 1910 (via This is Colossal and The Metropolitan Museum of Art).
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Candace Hilligoss in still from Carnival of Souls, 1962.