Five emblematic stories of the "freak show" during its heyday, between the late nineteenth and mid-twentieth century. Through these anecdotes, the moral and ethical dilemma of exposing people with deformities in freak shows is exposed. We want to lead the reader to reflect on the social and historical context of freak circuses in the West, where the protagonists are linked to ugliness, the different or the grotesque, and not the skills or virtuous abilities. That is why the purpose of this book is to demystify the "Freak show" through its stories. This book is composed of 5 stories based on real events, each one of 26 pages in color.