The two of them met when she was brought to this place.  String held tightly in hand forging a link in the furnace of paranoia. Year after year she stayed in that room of doom & gloom never moving not more than a pace or two.  She prayed one day the girl would let go so she could float up to the sun.

String held tightly in hand forging a link in the furnace of paranoia. Year after year she stayed in that room of doom & gloom never moving not more than a pace or two. She prayed one day the girl would let go so she could float up to the sun.

Pina Bausch

design-is-fine: “Pina Bausch, Folkwang School, Photographer: unknown. “I loved to dance because I was scared to speak. When I was moving, I could feel.

Ph. Lucia O’Connor-McCarthy

This picture shows great contrast because one woman is in white and the other is in black. Seriously Ruined: MARY ELIZABETH & MAXINE ANASTASIA // By Lucia O'Connor McCarthy

This photos are so dark and mysterious. I love every one of them. ❤️

This photos are so dark and mysterious. ❤️ They really remind me of the intro to American Horror Story: Coven

vintage everyday: Amazing Vintage Photography Collection

eff the stork. I always told Donnie the stork was bad because he bit him between the eyes! (his little stork bite)

12 Books That Are Just as Twisted as American Horror Story

18 Books That Are Just as Twisted as American Horror Story

. Halloween Makeup #halloween #makeup

Simple Halloween Look! Weeping Nun Makeup

Most of these were clearly an inspiration for American Horror Story:Freak Show... I knew people w/the issues existed, didn't know they were part of an actual show together

Freak Show: 19 fotos antigas de artistas de circos

Most of these were clearly an inspiration for American Horror Story:Freak Show. I knew people w/the issues existed, didn't know they were part of an actual show together

slobbering: Visual from the 1977 German expressionist dance performance of Blaubart (Bluebeard) choreographed by Pina Bausch. It was the inspiration for scenes of American Horror Story: Coven.

Pina Bausch, Blaubart, 1977 (performance still)
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