These photos of real circus freaks is a look into a lost world, a part of American culture that still continues to ignite our curiosity.
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Fannie Mills, also known as "The Ohio Big Foot Girl." She suffered from a rare disorder known as "Milroy's Disease" which causes uncontrolled growth in the feet and legs.
Joseph Merrick the "Elephant Man". Victorian freak shows were one of the creepiest aspects of society at the time.