Weird History Museums Used Twitter To Share Their Creepiest Possessions, And The Results Are Terrifying  

Lowe Saddler
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While viral challenges by the masses are always fun, it's extra fascinating when specialists share their finds on social media. In 2017, museum curators took to Twitter and revealed their creepiest museum relics

People who searched #Museum101 got a taste of history's most macabre moments. Weird dolls popped up a little too often, and a few museum vaults even included infested intestines. Looking at these images proves history can be just as cool, creepy, and revolting as the present.

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Fly Infestation In An Animal Intestine


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Human Face Fragment


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Self-Portrait Made Of Human Blood


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Revenge Doll


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