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The owl and the cat ones are really sad, poor things :(

I always feel really sad when I see a dead pigeon with all his old mates still living nearby, sometime move them away so their pigeon family and friends don't need to look at their fallen friend all day.. maybe I'm a little too soft when it comes to animals lol

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On 10/11/2015 at 7:04 PM, coolboyslim said:

Interesting. Got this from winstanly hall. No bloody idea what it is but deffo creepy lol.

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Mate that is awesome :thumbLooks like a crypt lurking Nosferatu. A great share. 

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Been meaning to get something up on here for a while. Here is some from my travels.

Bassenthwaite Station

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Am 16.12.2017 um 00:06 schrieb Dubbed Navigator:

 

 

What the hell is that all about?? :eek:

To be honest... I really don´t know.... It was a pretty sick find. I only know that the former owners used to breed dogs. So it was probably food for their dogs. Still weird. 

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While I was looking for photos for the thematic "door-thread", I also found some pictures of dead animals. Poor creatures ... 

 

 

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On 5/1/2018 at 8:03 PM, obscureserenity said:

An interesting thread and some great photos! Here's my contribution, a small ossuary in the UK featuring around 1,000 human skulls from the 13th century. 

 

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I reckon this chap went out with a headache!

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