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Medical Oddities And More At The Mütter Museum
The Mütter Museum The Mütter Museum is best known for its unique collection of medical oddities and anatomical specimens such as a wax model of a 19th-century Parisian woman with a six-inch a horn growing out of her forehead. The … Continue reading
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Andrew Ucles Catches More Than Wild Rabbits Using Snakes
This morning I accidentally can across the following video on YouTube that was made by a young Australian, Andrew Ucles, who epitomizes the modern day sideshow freak. After watching this video, I would describe Andrew Ucles as a young, wilder … Continue reading
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