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In Tomares, Spain, whilst digging ditches and laying pipes, workers unearthed treasure trove.

It seems that sometime in the past, one person (or several people) buried nineteen jars filled with Roman coins in what would become Zaudin Park. Naturally after the find, all work on the park has been halted for now.

Experts consider the discovery as unique. Nine of the nineteen jars (or amphoras) were intact — although several broke during excavation — and all of the jars contained thousands of bronze and silver-coated coins.

This collection of memories and behind the scene glimpses into Hollywood’s history have us completely smitten with the past. It feels like just yesterday when "Who's the Boss?" was still on the air and it’s so strange to think that groundbreaking musician David Bowie and mogul Hugh Hefner are no longer alive. Come daydream away with this batch of goodies from pop culture history.

When making historical movies, the smallest detail is crucial as this can change the image, the importance, and the role of a particular historical figure.

One of the many things the director and his team have to consider is the actor’s similarity to his real life counterpart. Have you ever wondered if an actor actually looked like the person he was portraying?

Halloween costumes that are meant to be genuinely scary is now as scarce as hen’s teeth, given today’s preference for cute, more whimsical outfits. But a hundred years ago, when halloween time comes, people mean business - every costume they create is specially crafted to scare the living daylights out of unsuspecting neighbors.

Here now, are 30 of the creepiest vintage Halloween photos we could find. Enjoy!