The Ressurectionist Symbols & Objects

E. B. Hudspeth
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Fawn boy

This is a preserved corpse of a body that showed goat-like legs and goat-like horns on its head, leading Dr. Black to believe that satyrs were not far off from the evolutionary line human beings ultimately took.

Corpses

These decaying human bodies were dug up for medical research in the mid-1800s.

Harpy

This is a creature composed of a woman with a bird’s wings. It is likely the creature Dr. Black has turned his wife into, through radical surgery.

Darwin’s Beagle

This is a dog with bird’s wings stitched onto its back and offered to the public as a spectacle.

Human Renaissance

This is another traveling show Dr. Black puts together, filled with examples of living creatures he has made. Some are human, some animal, and some a little of both.

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