12 Gruesome Exhibits From A Medical Museum in Thailand


The Siriraj Medical Museum in Thailand, also known as the Museum of Death, displays the history of medicine. Many of the exhibits are the bodies or body parts of humans who have died of rare diseases. Some of them go back to the 20th century. Doctors look at them to understand the human body better and to learn from the past; however, it’s not for people who are easily scared.

#1 A Preserved Fetus

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#2 Preserved Children’s Bodies

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#3 Abnormal Deaths

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#4 Crooked Bones

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#5 The museum is believe to be haunted

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#6 Visitors leave candles and offerings to the ghosts

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#7 Conjoined Twins

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#8 Death By Rickets

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#9 Hydrocephalus

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#10 One Body, Two Heads

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#11 Half A Baby

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#12 Rare Conditions

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