Cult of Weird

Cult of Weird is an online museum of oddities and curiosities, exhibiting the strange and obscure from medical mishaps, anatomical atrocities, sideshow freaks and art, taxidermy creations, historical mysteries, bizarre inventions, antiques, offbeat art and more.



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A 1913 talk and touch human anatomy session for the blind.
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A 1913 talk and touch human anatomy session for the blind.

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