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Please, no gory or violent photos. The last thread was screwed up because of it.

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This is called "The Crying Boy." The story is this painting survived two house fires. In both fires, it was the only thing to survive.

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This is "The Hands Resist Him." It's story is the boy will sometimes move around, and even leave the painting.

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my grandma had a painting of the crying boy. When all the bad press came out in the newspapers she burnt it in the back garden. It burnt fine out there so I don't really think there was any substance to the rumours of house fires. I think it was a coincidence because it was quite a popular painting at the time.

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"The Hands Resist Him" is pretty scary.

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Edvard Munch: The Scream

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My family had that crying boy painting and there house burnt down.

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Edvard Munch: The Scream

I've always thought that was freaky! :tu:

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St Bernadette has been dead since April 16, 1879. This is the way her

Body looks today. She looks as if she's sleeping.

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St Bernadette has been dead since April 16, 1879. This is the way her

Body looks today. She looks as if she's sleeping.

is wax there involved or something else?

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is wax there involved or something else?

It's a natural process. I forget what it's called though.

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is wax there involved or something else?

As far as I know it's not. This is from what I understand

the way she is naturally. Thats what makes it so weird.

She has not decayed.

Now these pictures below are of Saint Pius and they

involve a Porcelain likeness as skin.

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The Next Picture is taken from the side of the encasing which shows the Skull

under the Porcelain mask.

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pretty both of them....so the first may have been subjected to some porcelain i know you said no before, that the nun is dead for a ...while...

....erhmm....taxidermy maybe??/

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It's not taxidermy saturn. It is natural. I'm still racking my brain trying to remember what the process is called.

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pretty both of them....so the first may have been subjected to some porcelain i know you said no before, that the nun is dead for a ...while...

....erhmm....taxidermy maybe??/

No, as far as I know St. Bernadette's body has

not been altered, She is that way naturally.

Of course I cant confirm that but from

what I understand she has not been altered.

Her body is considered a miracle and a relic of

the Roman Catholic Church. I myself am a

Protestant, so Im not very familiar with

Catholic relics etc...

I do believe that God has the Power

to keep her body from decaying so for

me at least it's not a big leap of faith to

believe she hasn't been touched.

Anyway glad you enjoyed the pictures,

there's a lot of crazy weird stuff out

there. I just added these to the thread

in case some people had never heard of

them. I look forward to seeing others

pictures and learning about new stuff

myself.

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No, as far as I know St. Bernadette's body has

not been altered, She is that way naturally.

Of course I cant confirm that but from

what I understand she has not been altered.

Her body is considered a miracle and a relic of

the Roman Catholic Church. I myself am a

Protestant, so Im not very familiar with

Catholic relics etc...

I do believe that God has the Power

to keep her body from decaying so for

me at least it's not a big leap of faith to

believe she hasn't been touched.

Anyway glad you enjoyed the pictures,

there's a lot of crazy weird stuff out

there. I just added these to the thread

in case some people had never heard of

them. I look forward to seeing others

pictures and learning about new stuff

myself.

Erm could it be saint bernadine? Incorruptibles the church calls them...

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Erm could it be saint bernadine? Incorruptibles the church calls them...

Wow, maybe they'll sanction us Incorrigibles soon?

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this was due to her having an illness before death....atleast according to doctors. They took it out to bathe it and such before putting it into the glasss coffin, so doctors got to have a good look at the body

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You know, folks, all this discussion of the supposed (or not) undecayed saint's body is detracting from this thread.

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Erm could it be saint bernadine? Incorruptibles the church calls them...

Nope her name was Bernadette Soubirous

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So is it too much to start a new thread for your undecayed saint discussion?

Threadjacking is a crime punishable by a good whacking.

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You know, folks, all this discussion of the supposed (or not) undecayed saint's body is detracting from this thread.

Post a picture then so we can all move on. :huh:

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So is it too much to start a new thread for your undecayed saint discussion?

Threadjacking is a crime punishable by a good whacking.

Did your corn flakes have yellow in them this morning or what ?

Kind of silly for people to posts pictures and then have

you complain if someone wants to discuss one of the pictures.

Especially since it's not even your thread.

No-ones thread jacking, the discussion is on the subject

matter of the thread. Im sure you wouldn't feel that

way if someone wanted to discuss Munch's "Scream"

I dont know if you noticed but there is also discussion

on the Crying boy painting and as a matter of fact there's

also a comment on your picture as well. So what exactly

is your problem with people having discussion on the pics

that are posted here ? :rolleyes:

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Did your corn flakes have yellow in them this morning or what ?

Kind of silly to ask people to posts pictures and then complain

if someone wants to discuss one of the pictures.

No-ones thread jacking, the discussion is on the subject

matter of the thread. Im sure you wouldn't feel that

way if someone wanted to discuss Munch's "Scream"

I dont know if you noticed but there is also discussion

on the Crying boy painting and as a matter of fact there's

also a comment on your picture as well. So what exactly

is your problem with people having discussion on the pics

that are posted here ? :rolleyes:

Threadjack away, my stubborn friend. Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!

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It's not taxidermy saturn. It is natural. I'm still racking my brain trying to remember what the process is called.

do you mean Embalming?

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Rosalia Lombardo was an Italian child born in 1918 in Palermo, Sicily. She died on the 6th of December 1920. It is thought that she died from a bronchial infection. She was one of the last corpses to be admitted to the Capuchin catacombs of Palermo in Sicily. Due to a preservation process by Dr. Alfredo Salafia, the child appears as if she were only sleeping, hence receiving the name "Sleeping Beauty" . Rosalia Lombardo's body is kept in a small chapel at the end of the catacomb's tour and is encased in a glass covered coffin, placed on a marble pedestal.

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That Pius dude sure is creepy :mellow:

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