A Discordant Symphony

NON OMNIS MORIAR

metalonmetalblog:

Serafino Macchiati, Le visionnaire. Musée d’Orsay, Paris Date: 1904

metalonmetalblog:

Serafino MacchiatiLe visionnaire. Musée d’Orsay, Paris Date: 1904

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metalonmetalblog:

Richard Müller

metalonmetalblog:

Richard Müller

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nocturnal-slayer:

The Memoirs of Dolly Morton, Georges Joseph Grassal (1867-1905)

nocturnal-slayer:

The Memoirs of Dolly Morton, Georges Joseph Grassal (1867-1905)

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heracliteanfire:

‘Sacer, Gottfried Wilhelm - ‘Sacrum Beatissimis’, 1680 [HAB]’ 105 (by peacay)

heracliteanfire:

‘Sacer, Gottfried Wilhelm - ‘Sacrum Beatissimis’, 1680 [HAB]’ 105 (by peacay)

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metalonmetalblog:

Bernard le Nen
plaisirsdefendus:

E. Klem - L’Educatrice passionnée, 1937.

plaisirsdefendus:

E. Klem - L’Educatrice passionnée, 1937.

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metalonmetalblog:

Souichi Bandou

unexplained-events:

Room 322 in Hotel Zaza is a very strange room.

For one, it is not listed as a room in the Hotel’s website. It is also a third of the size as the other rooms. There is no carpet, the bed is held up with chains. This is also the only room with a brick wall as well. The mirror on that brick wall leads to the idea that it might be a two-way mirror.

322 is also the number for Skull and Bones Secret Society which explains the numerous skull pictures and stuff. There are other creepy pictures in the room as well, like the two girls in the pink dresses and dead eyes. Also, a picture of Jay Comeaux, who is the Pres. of Stanford Group Company.

Why does this room exist? What purpose does it serve?

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dichotomized:

In 1962, a small fire in a city of Pennsylvania called Centralia caught up with an exposed vein of anthracite coal located underground. The flames on the surface were extinguished, but the coal under the town continued to burn for many years, and in 1984 the fire forced people who lived there to evacuate the city. Currently, this town is an abandoned and deserted place, and the fire which is still burning beneath the town, has enough coal to feed it for other 250 years more. 

dichotomized:

In 1962, a small fire in a city of Pennsylvania called Centralia caught up with an exposed vein of anthracite coal located underground. The flames on the surface were extinguished, but the coal under the town continued to burn for many years, and in 1984 the fire forced people who lived there to evacuate the city. Currently, this town is an abandoned and deserted place, and the fire which is still burning beneath the town, has enough coal to feed it for other 250 years more. 

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