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Pictures from the Indiana Medical History Museum in Indy

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That was really neat, thanks for sharing :)

PS; The examing tables weren't so comfortable back then! Haah.
You're welcome! I was really amazing there. The building was an old pathology laboratory. The grounds that its on is used to be an insane asylum. The old asylum is now gone but the one built in the 70's is still there, plus many of the old buildings. They're really quite pretty.

The one table with the red flooring and holes in it is actually an autopsy table!
Oh, and the skeletons are real. The one on the right is a womans and it is over 6 ft tall. The male is on the left. Both were bought at the time of construction making them over 100 years old.