Remember my post on Rosalia Lombardo? The world’s most beautiful mummy ? Well it’s been said that her eyes sometimes open. It’s pretty creepy but she’s still the cutest thing.
By far the most creepiest thing I have ever witnessed. It’s behind the scenes of the making of Mama. They had to use a puppet type robot as the ghost. The movie itself isn’t as frightening as this.
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HOLY SHIT that was animatronics?!??!?!
no, it wasnt, it was a guy
Damn he’s got skinny arms. I thought Mama was all CG at first. CreeeEEEEpy.
Vladimir Petrovich Demikhov was a Soviet scientist and organ transplant pioneer, who performed several transplantations in the 1930s and 1950s, such as the transplantation of a heart into an animal and a lung-heart replacement in an animal. He is also well known for his transplantation of the heads of dogs. He conducted his dog head transplants during the 1950s, resulting in two-headed dogs, and this ultimately led to the head transplants in monkeys by Dr. Robert White, who was inspired by Demikhov’s work.
The first head transplant was actually done by Professor A. G. Konevskiy of the Operative Surgery and Topographical Anatomy Department of Volgograd State Medical University. The head transplant was not planned. Konevskiy had planned an experimental heart transplant but the puppy was involved in an automobile accident. Not wanting to “waste the sterilized operating table”, the surgeon proceeded with the head transplant.
Bizarre science-fiction turned to life: how a Russian scientist kept a severed dog’s head and kept it alive.
While I am strongly against animals being experimented on so humans can play with the limitations of science and power, I do find this interesting, and a little bit eerie.
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