Victorian Post-Mortem Photography

century post mortem photography, commonly sent as post cards. Okay I don't know if that's true but if it is its creepy as f

Victorian Post Mortem Tintypes The deceased were immortalized in photographs during the Victorian era. Victorian After-Death Photos Still Ha...

Haunting photographs of the dead taken in Victorian age

Victorian Post Mortem Tintypes The deceased were immortalized in photographs during the Victorian era. Victorian After-Death Photos Still Haunt

Post mortem pics Victorian Era

This is one of the Charles Van Schaick photographs that was used in the book "Wisconsin Death Trip." It's a portrait of deceased twin infants in coffins: Robert and Janet Fitzpatrick were born on July and died April

This was said to be a postmortem. However, a base was used to steady a living person, not to prop up a dead person. Source: Wikipedia.

A lovely young Victorian lass identified as "Miss Ellen Kebert McKnightston, Gettysburgh, PA," circa 1875

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