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Encuentran tres entierros de «vampiros» en Polonia

'Vampire' Burials Have Been Uncovered in Poland

The Shuffle Festival is returning to Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park - on the program: artists, musicians, scientists, circus performers, comedians, live music, talks, tours, a three-course meal in a treehouse restaurant and outdoor film screenings. >> http://www.shufflefestival.com/2015-programme

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Dexter Memorial - Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati #famfinder

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These creepy brain cupcakes are what every mad scientist wants at his Halloween Party. Tutorial for how to frost the cupcakes and a simple DIY Halloween cupcake topper.

Brain Cupcakes

These creepy brain cupcakes are what every mad scientist wants at his Halloween Party. Tutorial for how to frost the cupcakes and a simple DIY Halloween cupcake topper. Easy cake recipes for beginners

10 Science Discoveries to Be Thankful for | Greatest Discoveries & Advances in Science | LiveScience

10 Science Discoveries to Be Thankful for

The effects of sleep deprivation go beyond a groggy morning. Live Science asked sleep doctors about some of the scarier side effects of not getting enough sleep.

King Richard the Lionheart's heart was removed and put in a reliquary when he died in 1199. Recent forensic evidence shows that his heart was embalmed with herbs such as mint as well as frankincense. This was previously not thought to be done in the Christian world because embalming was a Pagan practice.

They called him Lionheart — a name that has become the epitome of courage in battle. More than eight centuries after the death of black caucasian looking King Richard I of England, forensic scientists have now revealed the secrets of his most feted organ.

The Mummies of Venzone  For hundreds of years, a mystery surrounded the cathedral of Venzone, a small city in the province of Udine, Italy. Instead of decomposing normally, bodies buried in the tombs beneath the cathedral were perfectly preserved and still recognizable decades later, a fact which led the townspeople to periodically retrieve and commune with their dead loved ones

For hundreds of years, a mystery surrounded the cathedral of Venzone, a small city in the province of Udine, Italy. Instead of decomposing normally, bodies buried in the tombs beneath the cathedral.

RECOLETA CEMETARY, Buenos Aires, Argentina  RECOLETA CEMETARY    La neighbourhood of Buenos Aires,

RECOLETA CEMETARY, Buenos Aires, Argentina RECOLETA CEMETARY La neighbourhood of Buenos Aires,

Cat mummies from ancient Egypt. Cats were thought to represent the goddess, Bastet. From 332 B.C. to 30 B.C. animals were raised for the specific purpose of being mummified.  They were sold to people on the way to worship a god, as an offering to be left at their temple.

In Ancient Egypt, many animals were thought to be the embodiment of certain gods and goddesses; cats were believed to represent the Egyptian Goddess Bastet

Black Death victims found under what is now the Royal Mint in London. DNA was extracted from the skeletons and scientists were able to recreate the genetic code of the Black Death bacterium © Museum of London Archaeology

Medieval Black Death victims found under what is now the Royal Mint in London. DNA was extracted from the skeletons and scientists were able to recreate the genetic code of the Black Death bacterium © Museum of London Archaeology

A monument to lab rats used for DNA research. Novosibirsk, Russia

A monument to lab rats used for DNA research. Novosibirsk, Russia

To honor the contribution of Lab Rats to science, this monument was created to commemorate lab rats used for DNA research, Novosibirsk, Russia. The statue stands six feet tall and sits near the Institute of Cytology and Genetics in Novosibirsk, Russia.

Scientists Solve Mystery of Iron Strap and Buckle Unearthed in #Medieval #Cemetery

Ancient Origins Archaeologists digging at Gloucester Cathedral, UK, have unearthed a strap for a medieval “false leg.” The metal pieces.

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