26 Freaky historical facts from the series "Nichosi!"

• 26 Freaky historical facts from the series "Nichosi!"

There is a misconception that life used to be safe and secure. Of course, this is just a misconception. Each historical period can boast a host of strange social habits, traditions and beliefs. Some of them - are really useful for the standards of the time, but it still may seem absolute savagery for us.

In our selection of 26 most Freaky photos about the strangeness of the past.

26 Freaky historical facts from the series 26 Freaky historical facts from the series

Patricia O`Kif, young bodibilder weight of 30 kg, carries on the back of 90-pound man. 1940.

26 Freaky historical facts from the series

In 1973 in Amsterdam, car driving was banned because of the fuel crisis. But the solution was found.

26 Freaky historical facts from the series

In 1939, the United States, began supplying flour mills in colorful bags. This was done to ensure that when the poor could sew their own clothes from Meshkova tissue.

26 Freaky historical facts from the series

The photo - dvuhsotkilogrammovy perch fisherman Edward Llevellen which alone was able to catch this monster. By the way, his record is not beaten to this day.

26 Freaky historical facts from the series

In 1938, a school teacher Helen Hyulik was sentenced to five days' imprisonment for what was to be tried in his trousers. This kind of viewed as contempt of court.

26 Freaky historical facts from the series

The German soldiers photographed dog in 1940.

26 Freaky historical facts from the series

1969, the Niagara Falls is temporarily shut down for "restoration".

26 Freaky historical facts from the series

In the period from 1939 to 1945, British engineers have often found such "mini-tanks." They were used by German soldiers to undermine the bottom full-size military vehicles.

26 Freaky historical facts from the series

US President Lyndon Johnson liked to impress his guests and roll them into an amphibious car in the lake.

26 Freaky historical facts from the series

There is nothing unusual. Members of the organization Ku Klux Klan ride on the Ferris wheel. 1925.

26 Freaky historical facts from the series

An elephant helps load the food in an American plane in 1945.

26 Freaky historical facts from the series

During the filming of the movie "Dr. No," Sean Connery gave autographs to the fans a little coconut to Jamaica. ! 962 years.

26 Freaky historical facts from the series

So ​​in 1890 appeared a system of 5,000 telephone lines in Stockholm.

26 Freaky historical facts from the series

Do you want to learn how to swim, but the water far away? The solution came up as early as 1920.

26 Freaky historical facts from the series

Wacky animal pictures began to do more in 1875.

26 Freaky historical facts from the series

Field, Friday, 1910 (just kidding - just in 1910).

26 Freaky historical facts from the series

The period from 1941 to 1945.

26 Freaky historical facts from the series

In 1930, the ponies were for girls and wimps. And all these men rode exclusively on wild boars.

26 Freaky historical facts from the series

Macy Shop often hired detectives to prevent theft. In 1948 all the "dummy" workers can take group photos, but did not disclose his identity.

26 Freaky historical facts from the series

Chariots - it's cool. Motorcycles - that's cool too. South Wales Police has decided to combine all this coolness in one vehicle.

26 Freaky historical facts from the series

The most beautiful legs in 1930 chose that way.

26 Freaky historical facts from the series

1950, the Russian tanker feeds the polar bears.

26 Freaky historical facts from the series

Ann Hodges and her doctor, Moody Jacobs show press bruise on the body of Anne left a fragment of a meteorite that fell in 1945.

26 Freaky historical facts from the series

The horrors of war. Soldiers use gas masks to peel onions.

26 Freaky historical facts from the series

But the winner of "Miss Perfect Posture" in the Convention chiropractors in 1956.

26 Freaky historical facts from the series

Test football helmet in 1912