Five Stages(of decomposition) cookie by Claire Ratcliffe to be served at Delicious Decay: The Edible Body Farm. This event is meant to engage the public with delicious desserts alongside the fascinating topic of death

Five Stages(of decomposition) cookie by Claire Ratcliffe to be served at Delicious Decay: The Edible Body Farm. This event is meant to engage the public with delicious desserts alongside the fascinating topic of death

Signs and Symptoms of Strangulation - Training Institute on Strangulation Prevention

Signs and Symptoms of Strangulation - Training Institute on Strangulation Prevention

Autopsies link spinal dysfunction to organ dysfunction, possibly confirming efficacy of Chiropractic theory

How Autopsies Proved the Miracles of Chiropractic

Autopsies link spinal dysfunction to organ dysfunction, possibly confirming efficacy of Chiropractic theory

This humorous autopsy report reminds me of the Gravediggers in the play. The Gravediggers provided comedic relief to an otherwise tense plot. It is fitting that this is a picture of an autopsy report because the Gravediggers were contemplating the cause of death for the body they were burying.

This humorous autopsy report reminds me of the Gravediggers in the play. The Gravediggers provided comedic relief to an otherwise tense plot. It is fitting that this is a picture of an autopsy report because the Gravediggers were contemplating the cause of death for the body they were burying.

Mortuarium Schoonselhof, Antwerp, Belgium    "Exploring the morgue and autopsy room gave us a bit of a morbid feeling,” says the photographer who took these pictures. “This morgue was abandoned some years ago; they left all tools and chemicals in its place. We found autopsy instruments untouched for years (we hope). There were some needles and sewing materials, a strainer scooper and some electric bone saws. In the window was a chalkboard for recording examination data."

Mortuarium Schoonselhof, Antwerp, Belgium "Exploring the morgue and autopsy room gave us a bit of a morbid feeling,” says the photographer who took these pictures. “This morgue was abandoned some years ago; they left all tools and chemicals in its place. We found autopsy instruments untouched for years (we hope). There were some needles and sewing materials, a strainer scooper and some electric bone saws. In the window was a chalkboard for recording examination data."

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