12 Most Disturbing Vintage Ads

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A Hair dryer ad from 'Teen Mag, December 1972. (Photo)


A Scotch Hair Set Tape ad from Mademoiselle Mag, April 1970. (Photo)


No Dead Temps at Yonge and Eglinton I guess... (Photo)


Very creepy vintage ad for Douglas DC-8 airplane. (Photo)


This is of course a classic ad with a catchy phrase in the 60s and 70s. Though the slogan is enduring, the dark circles under the people's eyes still are pretty creepy. (Photo)


This 1960 vintage ad for a sun lamp shows a mom frying her baby. (Photo)


This creepy vintage ad shows how an uptight dad stopped beating his child after switching to decaffeinated Sanka. (Photo)


A Bewitched Hairspray from Mademoiselle Mag, September 1965. (Photo)


This kid scares the hell out of me. A Canada Dry ad from the 30s. (Photo)


A bizarre vintage ad for Pears Soap. (Photo)


Mama, please DO NOT give your baby another glass, it's root beer! (Photo)


If the headline and image don't convince you to buy your tot a gun, perhaps the copy will: "Every live, healthy boy wants a 'King' AirRifle. It's boy nature to want a gun; to want to get out in the fields and woods, nearest to nature, and enjoy youthful life to its fullest extent. Get your boy a 'King' Air Rifle. It will mean health and boyish happiness -- and steady nerves, keener eyesight and well-developed powers of observation." (Photo)


Supporters: View vintage drug ads online.

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