17 November 2018

Morbid exhibits of UCL's Pathology Museum

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Dating back to the 1800s the UCL’s Pathology Museum has more than 2,000 specimens of human remains. reports citing BBC.

Among the macabre collection are a sword swallower’s esophagus and a plaster cast of a hand belonging to a man that had acromegaly and was 8ft 9in (2.6m) tall.

The museum is normally closed to the public but for one weekend in September, it opened its doors as part of Open House London.

2018.11.06 / 15:53
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