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Man o’ War in his coffin. The most famous Thoroughbred died on November 1, 1947 at the age of 30 of an apparent heart attack. He was the first horse to be embalmed, and his casket was lined in his riding colors. The funeral was broadcast internationally over the radio and over 2,000 people came to pay their final respects.

The Boob Washer - Here we have a strange gizmo for women, who for some reason incomprehensible for the rest of us, wanted to wash their breasts without the inconvenience of washing the rest of the body.

Crochet Dissected Mouse - this is grossly fascinating.

Hunter S Thompson, John Cusack & Johnny Depp with a blow up doll... Your argument is invalid!

Remains of a pregnant Bosniak (Bosnian Muslim) woman and her unborn baby excavated from the mass grave Suha in Srebrenica region, near Bratunac. Baby's undeveloped head, fingers, and legs are clearly visible. The massacre was committed by Serbs around Srebrenica in 1992, more than 3 years before the Srebrenica genocide. The mass grave Suha contained bodies of 30 Bosniak women and 8 children with the youngest child being 2 years old.

Kynstkamera. St. Petersburg, Russia. "It is said that this Museum of Medical Oddities was started by Peter the Great in 1714 in an effort to bring Russia out of the dark ages of superstition"

The Gnome of Girona is the name given to the remains of an animal found near Girona, Catalonia Spain in 1989. It was captured by campers and supposedly lived for a few days before being preserved in formol by parapsychologist Angel Gordon and shown all over Spanish television. It's body is bluish, hairless, with little spots in the neck and face. It's length is 12 centimeters and It shows a protuberance in the forehead , elongated ears, reddish eyes and it's fingers show interdigital membranes.

Wally Hanson, a retired Albany New York policeman, got an unexpected surprise. While visiting his dentist for a routine check up, a mysterious object was discovered in a tooth. “It’s weird as hell.” He said. ”It’s a tiny electronic implant of some sort. I have no idea how it got there. It wasn’t there when I had my teeth X-rayed a year ago.” His dentist, Dr. Fred Wallington said. “I've never seen anything like this. There is no opening anywhere near the implant. No scarring or filling."

In June 1836, five boys were hunting for rabbits on Arthur's Seat in Edinburgh, & found 17 miniature coffins hidden inside a cave. Each coffin, only 95mm in length, contained a wooden figure, carved with painted black boots and custom-made clothes. They're now stored in the National Museum of Scotland.

Mike the Headless Chicken -- "Promoter Hope Wade holds Mike the headless chicken's formerly useful noggin, as if attempting to reintroduce the bird to its lost self, in 1945. (Some reports, however, claim that the Olsons' cat ate Mike's head, and that another rooster's head stood in for Mike's during his brief brush with fame.)"