You guys always like the weird stuff I post, so here you go. It doesn’t get a lot weirder than this.
Somewhere between Henry Holiday’s weird paintings for Lewis Carroll and Edward Gorey’s delightfully grim alphabet fall Harry Clarke‘s hauntingly beautiful and beautifully haunting 1919 illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination—a collection of 29 of Poe’s tales of the magical and the macabre.
They are really, really, really disturbing.
You can sate your creepy curiosity here for the full monty. Everyone likes to be scared by Poe, though. Right? I mean, that man invented nightmares.