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Brace Yourself for Some Very Creepy, 
Weird, Scary, Macabre, Morbid Jewelry... 

From Barbie fingers, to taxidermy bling, to some 
terrifying creations, here's a collection of strange,
bizarre, odd, quirky, anatomical, uniquely gruesome  
jewelry designs. 

There's horror, road kill and serial killer jewelry, 
body parts and animal parts jewelry, but possibly 
the last entry here is the most alarming, though 
don't miss a single shiver from all of these wildly 
outlandish jewelry creations assembled here which 
may distress, perplex, frighten, or please you. 

Don't be afraid. Try to remember, that just like other things in life, 
jewelry is not immune to causing a stir when it's weird and creepy.

So, what actually gives us the creeps? 

It's a sensation we've "enjoyed" since 
humans walked upright. It can be that tingle up your spine, a feeling of looming
unpleasantness, an eerie sense that something looks or feels weird, an unsettling 
sensation. And feeling creeped out owes its "scientific" moniker to no other than 
Charles Dickens, who in his "David Copperfield" novel  used the word "creepy" 
to describe a strange yet familiar uncertain feeling we feel of a possible threat.

Whether it's  graveyards, creepy dolls, clowns, night creatures, zombies, mummies, 
a stranger invading your personal space in a big way, endless inexplicable laughing,
or something else that's our of the ordinary, we all respond when our bodies and 
brains make us aware that something seems wrong, that we could be in danger, so 
there's an unmistakable feeling of uneasiness. All of our senses go on high alert. 
It's the unpredictability of that moment, some odd behavior, any strange omens that 
make us concentrate more intensely on that precise moment and place.  


Maybe the situation is potentially threatening. So we're uncomfortable, maybe 
scared, but we're also guarded and ready to act, if we have to. Our brains are wired 
for self-preservation that way -- ready to evade or confront. Fight or flight.

And yet, because we are what we are, we sometimes actually seek out the weird, 
creepy, morbid. Well, experts say it seems we look at other people's misery for 
an evolutionary reason - that empathy helps us create strong bonds and that's 
what humans need to survive.

Some experts think morbid movies or creepy experiences actually stimulate empathy -- 
which translates to connection. Humans need to feel connected. In other words, 
thinking about death or corpses or mass disasters, the grim or morbid actually 
translates to a visceral, evolutionary sensation of feeling alive.  


So we are all, to some extent, naturally attracted to weird, morbid, even violent 
things. Experts say it's due to this natural curiosity which actually helps humans 
prevent real dangers in life, or be able to deal with unpleasant feelings or situations.  

So that means there is, and will always be, a part of us that actually loves to be 
creeped out. It's in our DNA. Because we love feeling alive!

What's different right here and now is that you are in no danger whatsoever. 
Although you will be discovering images of weird, creepy, morbid, macabre, 
grotesque and scary jewelry.

I shudder at the thought. You have been warned. So enjoy, and feel alive!

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Here's some quite unique, though pretty "Frightening Finery". Take a look at 
"50+ Macabre Jewelry Creations" covered by Web Urbanist. Some are really, 
truly amazing, creepy, scary, disturbing, bizarre...

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There's contact lens and breast milk jewelry, human teeth and roadkill jewelry, 
a lot of creepy bling -- pretty weird jewelry for the bravest fashionistas:

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More really creepy stuff, these morbid jewelry pieces are part gothic and part 
Alfred Hitchcock, featuring blood-weeping accessories, to bizarre necklaces 
that  feature eyeballs and anatomical structures, and anatomical pendants, 
gruesome  grotesque adornments, serial killer lockets, all a little frightening...

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How weird can jewelry get - asks a jewelry industry magazine. Well, the dew 
drop necklace and wall nose are unique show stoppers. What a trendy collection. 
Give them a glance:

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They do feature the human teeth rings here too, but also list jewelry made of 
former creatures. Like bird's head jewelry, snake fetus in a vial, and a few 
more to gasp about. Here's some shocking, horrifying taxidermy jewelry:

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Let's change the pace a little -- here are 33 quite unusual, quite original, very 
imaginative and odd ring designs which include Alice in Wonderland, scrabble, 
a gas mask ring, and other innovatively macabre ring jewelry.

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Here's a selection of creepy and contemporary upcycled jewelry cleverly made 
of discarded doll parts.

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Who's been longing to find THE perfect dung beetle necklace? It's heeeeeeeere.
Plus more taxidermy trinkets.

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Lastly -- here's a disturbing, quite creepy jewelry innovation in development - 
"living" jewelry that crawls all over you. Literally. Accessories that "roam" 
around your body. OMG. Sure makes MY skin crawl. From MIT, only for the 
brave-hearted and adventurous, there's more info here:

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You made it back! Thanks for being so brave...

Please note that this weird and creepy jewelry blog is intended purely for  
entertainment and informational purposes only. Be sure to check out my 
Jewelry Blog links below, including the Most Cursed Most Jinxed Jewelry,
How-To Jewelry Care & Cleaning Guide, History of Jewelry, and more...

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