That's not a mummy, that's the actual skeleton of someone who died with Mannequin disease: every injury you get heals over with bone instead of flesh. Eventually joints turn to bone and you cant move. Here's your true living death.
Fibrosis Occificans Progressiva. Mutter museum now has two skeletons of them.
Hospitals have morgues that the deceased are stored in until, you know, funeral arrangements are put into action, or in case there needs to be a criminal investigation, or even so that organs can be harvested from an organ donor.
Crap, that didn't cross my mind at all while writing that post.Hospitals have morgues that the deceased are stored in until, you know, funeral arrangements are put into action, or in case there needs to be a criminal investigation, or even so that organs can be harvested from an organ donor.
They did an amazing job in coiling up the poor bastards innards, though! Afaik they don't normally stay that nicely packed together once the gut-pouch is unzipped by trauma, especially that severe, yet they look nice enough for the butcher shop! Kinda makes me wonder the priorities, but then like you said. It was pretty obvious dude wasn't gonna live, might as well make it easy for the mortician.
Never EVER try to unjam a wood chipper with a limb! Just tapping a foot on a stuck piece of wood one minute can turn into getting sucked into one by the grinders the next
Oh man, I remember this. I loved the Archie Mega Man comics. While I wasn't a big fan of the crossovers, the regular comics were usually pretty good. Too bad they've been put on "indefinite hiatus", aka discontinued. I think a ton of people, myself included, would've loved more comics based on the X or maybe even the Zero series.