Things are about to get strange. In recent days, we've shared mug-shot roundups featuring intimidating images, celebrities and notables, tattoos and women. But now, here are the weirdest shots 2011 has had to offer. And as those who lived through it know, it was a mighty weird year.
Give the photos the once-over below, and click on their links to check out our original coverage.
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