The Midnight Archive about Les Diableries: Vintage Stereoscopic Pics from Hell

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In der neuen Folge des Midnight Archives erzählt Ron Thomas (der Macher der Serie) von seiner Sammlung „Les Diableries“: alte stereoskopische 3D-Bilder aus dem 19. Jahrhundert aus der Hölle.

a few years back, i'd given my first 'lecture' at the Brooklyn Observatory at the request of my friend Joanna. Assuming nobody would show up, i agreed and was promptly shocked and inspired by just how amazing the turnout had been. All to see my collection of 19th century 3d devil tissues... and more than that - the crowd was a delightful mixed bag. From MENSA to Princeton to the street punks and dregs, from the curious to the satanic... Truly inspiring. And so here is my own entry into the archive - please be kind - i hate being on camera - but - what the "hell"... I'm particularlly proud of the way we treated the slides. The idea was to give more of the 3d/color effect to the diableries than simple scans would give you.

Vorher auf Nerdcore:
Vintage stereoscopic Pics from Hell
The Midnight Archive: Dreams And Nightmares in Wax
The Midnight Archive: Webisodes about the strange Things
The Midnight Archive: Modern Day Mummys
Occult NYC Walking Tour
The Midnight Archive Ep.3: Making Men out of Mice – Anthropomorphic Taxidermy
The Midnight Archive Ep.4: The Automata
The Midnight Archive Ep.6: The Empire of Death
The Midnight Archive Episode 8: The Grand Guignol

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