Gargoyles were originally used as drainpipes during the Middle Ages, and some old buildings such as Notre Dame still have these stone creations that have operated for more than six hundred years. Imagine if, instead of modern drainpipes, every building had these conspicuous creatures looming over as you walked down the street. Now that would be a real Halloween.
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Gargoyles of NYC Fashion and Notre Dame de Paris
Gargoyles of Oxford • Gothic Romance Gargoyle Necklace
The Gypsy Esmeralda’s Macabre Gargoyle Choker • Gargoyles, Notre Dame de Paris
Gargoyles of NYC