Autopsy Photos and Famous Corpses
Paul Walker "Dead Body Photos" Real or Fake? - Low Ram
"Burking." The process of killing poor people and selling their bodies for medical study in 19th century London. (The body is in the basket on the man's shoulder). Occasionally the medical men they delivered too would perceive the body as being too fresh (never buried...grave robbing was one thing, murder another) and alert authorities.
L0023228 Examination of the skull and brain. Credit: Wellcome Library, London. mailto:images@wel... images.wellcome.a... Copyrighted work available under Creative Commons by-nc 2.0 UK, see images.wellcome.ac.uk/indexplus/page/Prices.html Examination of the skull and brain, method of removing the brain after it is severed from the body.
Arterial embalming begins by injecting embalming fluid into an artery while blood is drained from a vein or from the heart. The two gallons or so needed is usually a mixture of formaldehyde or other chemical +water. In the case of certain cancers, some diabetic conditions or because of the drugs used prior to death (where body deterioration has already begun), a stronger or waterless solution is likely 2 b used 4 body preservation. Chemicals r also injected by syringe into areas of the body
arterial embalming. :)
Over three thousand people perished that day, but the photographs from 9/11 do not show mangled corpses and bloody carnage. There was an agreement among print media and television broadcasters not to show any corpses in connection with the attacks, and when the above picture by Todd Maisel, titled “The Hand, 9/11″ appeared in the New York Daily News, it was roundly criticized.
The fingerprinting of a decomposed corpse sometimes requires the medical examiner to remove the deceased’s fingertips and slip them over their own gloved fingertips, which then allows them to take the prints.
The 21 Steps of an Autopsy The dead body arrives at the morgue. The body’s identity is confirmed, assigned an identification number, and given a toe tag, which is a cardboard ticket with all of the corpse’s pertinent information written on it. This tag is tied to the big toe. The body is photographed from head to toe, front and back, in the clothing it was wearing when it arrived at the morgue.....