Growing up in the 1990s, with the Internet floating into my home through the dial-up tubes starting in 10th grade, my only exposure to fatal car accidents was the hyper gruesome pictures to be found on websites like the now defunct Ogrish.com. The pictures were grotesque and horrifying. It was only in college that I became interested in accident photos from the 1950s, usually sourced from newspaper archives. They are almost art, delicate — they indicate horror but.
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