Sandpunk fiction from 1916 about photography in ancient Egypt and the perils of photographing the KA.
Tales of Heads: Famous and Infamous An article about a gruesome experiment with the consciousness of severed heads reminded me of my file of mummified head stories. Here is a cabinet of mummified curiosities–merely because I am interested in the grim and gruesome. An upcoming post will share stories of hauntings involving disembodied heads.
From about 1898-1908 the latest fad for society women was to be photographed standing in a mummy case, with their faces through a hole in the lid.