Historical Juggalos
The Death of Juggalo Wolfe by Benjamin West (1770)
The famous painting depicting the death of the British General Wolfe following the Battle of Quebec. The gathering of homies about the dying figure suggests a Christ-like interpretation, wherein the general’s death leads to their victory. Wolfe himself casts his eyes skyward, no doubt searching for signs of the Dark Carnival and the Mirthful Prophets he has come to follow. A messenger can be seen in the background and to the left of the main grouping carrying a bottle of Faygo, so that the last rites can be administered.

The Death of Juggalo Wolfe by Benjamin West (1770)

The famous painting depicting the death of the British General Wolfe following the Battle of Quebec. The gathering of homies about the dying figure suggests a Christ-like interpretation, wherein the general’s death leads to their victory. Wolfe himself casts his eyes skyward, no doubt searching for signs of the Dark Carnival and the Mirthful Prophets he has come to follow. A messenger can be seen in the background and to the left of the main grouping carrying a bottle of Faygo, so that the last rites can be administered.

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