mickeyandcompany:

Villains Week: Day 7 - Overall favorite villain

Maleficent

gorimbaud:

Skull decorations of the coffins in the Imperial Crypt in Vienna, Austria

Scandinavian folklore (special focus on Norway)

Pictures:
Nøkken, Valemon, and Draugen by Theodor Kittelsen
Dragon, Huldra, Trolls, Elves, (first picture), by John Bauer
Fossegrimen by http://birgitte-gustavsen.deviantart.com/art/Fossegrimen-160045627
Kraken by Bob Eggleton

secretcinema1:

Overlooking the Thames at Night, London, 1903, Benjamin Lloyd Singley

secretcinema1:

Overlooking the Thames at Night, London, 1903, Benjamin Lloyd Singley

Evil is a part of all of us, you have to admit that.

Ville Valo (via cravingfordeliverance)

evilsupplyco, Ville Valo is ready to accept his inner villain. 

rasluka17:

Own photo prints

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gothiccharmschool:

Yes, I will always reblog this collection of images. I adore it.

maleficent-fans:

beautiful 

maleficent-fans:

beautiful 

mszombi:

mortem-et-necromantia:

Ermine moth infestation in an Australian cemetery.

This looks so ghostly and beautiful

dichotomized:

Set in woody grounds in Lancashire, the now-decaying Whittingham Asylum was at one stage the largest in Britain. Built in 1869 from the designs of Henry Littler, by 1939 its main building and annexes housed 3533 patients and 548 staff. In 1968 the Hospital Management Committee announced an inquiry into allegations of corruption and abuse, which led to the early retirement of both the Head Male Nurse and the Matron. Two male nurses were convicted of theft and in a separate incident another nurse was jailed formanslaughter after an elderly patient he had assaulted later died. The asylum was abandoned and left to decay in 1995.