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Haunted.For sale: 1750s house, medieval skeleton included. A five bedroom, centrally located town house in charming downtown Visby, capital of the Swedish island of Gotland, has just gone on the market with quite the unique selling point: there’s an exposed skeleton in the cellar, perpetually at slumber in his glass-covered grave. So, any takers?

Washed up: Margaret Flippence, 55, was walking on the Scottish beach with her husband Nick when she found this unknown creature's skeleton

The Museum of Witchcraft, Boscastle, United Kingdom. This is the skull of Joan Wytte, she was born in 1775 in Bodmin, Cornwall. She was sometimes called the “Fighting Fairy Woman” or the “Wytte (White) Witch”. Her bones were disinterred and used for séances and various pranks, then later displayed at the Witchcraft Museum in Boscastle, Cornwall. In 1990 the museum was put in the hands of Graham King, who organized a burial for the skeleton of Joan Wytte.

Skeletons in storage at the Mutter Museum

Jeremy Bentham's mummified body and wax head, with his actual head at his feet.

from Philippe-Frédéric Blandin’s Treaty of Topographical Anatomy, 1834

cat-wings: Beautiful in life, even more so in death. Took this picture last summer(2010) in Colorado. Right outside of a friends Cabin.

A Dodo skeleton - Museum of Natural History, London. Noooooo way! These M-f'ers are extinct.

Creepy: King Henry IV’s partially preserved head, which was separated from its body during the French Revolution, when monarchs’ graves were desecrated.

Victorian mummy - "Incredibly, they would often keep the body of an infant and, once it was mummified, they would dress the baby's body and keep it as a memento. It was the equivalent of the modern day taxidermy of a treasured pet."

This one takes the cake! What the...? - Drakegoodman Flickr Collection