Other ghost photograph from Conan Doyle’s…

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Other ghost photograph from Conan Doyle’s “psychic” museum: The car ghost.

Caption reads: “Andere Geisterphotograplien oder die geduldige Platte: Das Autogespenst”.

Published in UHU magazine, Nov. 1927 issue.

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Searching for wives

From: https://aeon.co/videos/snap-matchmaking-indian-expats-seek-the-perfect-picture-to-get-a-wife-back-home?utm_medium=feed&utm_source=atom-feed

In Singapore’s bustling Little India stands a small photography studio that specialises in helping young men – primarily migrant workers from India – find brides back home. The hundreds of portraits that cover the shop’s walls are testament to the hope that a just-right photo is the route towards a good marriage. Searching for Wives follows a charming truck-driver named Partha as he poses for his portrait to enchant a potential wife and, perhaps even more important, her family. In an era where seeking a match via a single photo and just a few bits of information has become commonplace, the Bhutanese filmmaker Zuki Juno Tobgye offers a rather different perspective on the intersection between technology and traditional arranged marriage.

By Aeon Video

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Between gods and animals: becoming human in the Gilgamesh epic

From: https://aeon.co/ideas/between-gods-and-animals-becoming-human-in-the-gilgamesh-epic?utm_medium=feed&utm_source=atom-feed

The Epic of Gilgamesh is a Babylonian poem composed in ancient Iraq, millennia before Homer. It tells the story of Gilgamesh, king of the city of Uruk. To curb his restless and destructive energy, the gods create a friend for him, Enkidu, who grows up among the animals of the steppe. When Gilgame…

By Sophus Helle

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