Here are five interesting things I got to see in the Mutter Museum:
1. Slides of Albert Einstein's brain, along with information about how his brain differed from the average human's.
2. The tallest skeleton in North America, of an individual afflicted with gigantism. If I remember correctly, it is 7 feet 6 inches tall.
3. A wax replica of a woman who had a horn growing from her forehead (there were other similar models of individuals with horns growing from other body parts.
4. A malignant tumor removed from President Grover Cleveland's hard palate.
5. A large collection of conjoined twins, including the conjoined liver of the famous Chang and Eng Bunker.
I've wanted to go for so long, I'd say this counts for checking off a bucket list item.
Linked today with Willy Nilly Friday.
Readers, would you also be fascinated by a museum like this?