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Laudanum is an alcoholic tincture of opium, sometimes sweetened with sugar and also called wine of opium. The 19th century was marked by the widespread use of laudanum as it was cheaper than a bottle of wine as it was not taxed as an alcoholic beverage. The addictive properties were not known.

Laudanum is an alcoholic tincture of opium, sometimes sweetened with sugar and also called wine of opium. The 19th century was marked by the widespread use of laudanum as it was cheaper than a bottle of wine as it was not taxed as an alcoholic beverage. The addictive properties were not known.

Marilyn in coffin.

Marilyn in coffin.

The rough side of being an Old West prostitute....

The rough side of being an Old West prostitute....

Amano

Amano

The Virtual Absinthe Museum: Absinthe Antiques For Sale - Antique Spoons, Posters, Glasses, Fountains

The Virtual Absinthe Museum: Absinthe Antiques For Sale - Antique Spoons, Posters, Glasses, Fountains

Hannah Still, with doll. Admitted 1858, or Hannah Simmons admitted 1854 or 1857, diagnosed with Chronic Mania with delusions.  Bethlem Royal Hospital.

Hannah Still, with doll. Admitted 1858, or Hannah Simmons admitted 1854 or 1857, diagnosed with Chronic Mania with delusions. Bethlem Royal Hospital.

Rhoda Derry was sent to the Adams County Poor House as she was believed to have been possessed by an evil spirit. For many years she lived in a basket lined with straw and her legs drew up until her knee nearly touched her chin. Her muscles became so atrophied it was impossible for her to move her legs or hips. She scratched at her eyes until she went blind, beat her face until her front teeth were knocked out and she lost her ability to speak. In 1904 she was placed in the Bartonville…

Rhoda Derry was sent to the Adams County Poor House as she was believed to have been possessed by an evil spirit. For many years she lived in a basket lined with straw and her legs drew up until her knee nearly touched her chin. Her muscles became so atrophied it was impossible for her to move her legs or hips. She scratched at her eyes until she went blind, beat her face until her front teeth were knocked out and she lost her ability to speak. In 1904 she was placed in the Bartonville…

Mary Stoate, admitted to Bethlem in 1895 We can find many examples in the Bethlem casebooks of these attempts – by patients and practitioners – to give meaning to self-damaging actions such as face-picking, hair-plucking and self-cutting. In 1889, James Hipwood’s attendant stated that the former had cut his face because “he liked to see the blood that followed.” To his mother, meanwhile, Hipwood said that he cut himself because “he wanted to see if he could feel anything.”

Mary Stoate, admitted to Bethlem in 1895 We can find many examples in the Bethlem casebooks of these attempts – by patients and practitioners – to give meaning to self-damaging actions such as face-picking, hair-plucking and self-cutting. In 1889, James Hipwood’s attendant stated that the former had cut his face because “he liked to see the blood that followed.” To his mother, meanwhile, Hipwood said that he cut himself because “he wanted to see if he could feel anything.”

Creepy vintage tin type l I always wonder what the backstory is

Creepy vintage tin type l I always wonder what the backstory is

A Mermaid - John William Waterhouse

A Mermaid - John William Waterhouse