CIRCA 1950s: Portrait of woman surrounding by flowers. (Photo by George Marks/Retrofile/Getty Images)

This young woman might look like she’s enjoying a lovely day in the spring sunshine, but that’s a misperception. You are looking at someone surrounded and indeed trapped by an encroaching enemy. That enemy just happens to take the deceptive shape of flowers.

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Look into this woman’s eyes and tell me she’s not in the fight of her life.

circa 1935: Marjorie Weaver (1913 - ) the Hollywood film actress and star of ‘Three Men and a Girl’ which she made with the ‘Ritz Brothers’. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Oh God—they’re behind you!

CIRCA 1950s: Woman standing by tree in bloom. (Photo by George Marks/Retrofile/Getty Images

Can this woman climb to safety????

CIRCA 1950s: Woman outside of home, nr hydrangea bush. (Photo by George Marks/Retrofile/Getty Images)

They’ve got her surrounded. It’s too late. She’s a goner.

CIRCA 1950s: Woman standing in park with daffodils. (Photo by George Marks/Retrofile/Getty Images


But she will be avenged.

15th January 1953: Fine patterned rib cardigan with cap sleeves, pearl buttons to a round neck and a deep, ribbed welt. (Photo by Chaloner Woods/Getty Images)

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