In honor of Halloween, Trace looks at 5 real life mad scientists, whose work are both awesome, and kind of terrifying.
Galvanic Reanimation of the Dead
The exploits of nineteenth century scientists with electrical batteries and corpses.
"In 1803 Giovanni Aldini (Galvani`s nephew) performed experiments, in public, upon the severed heads of "malefactors" despatched in Bologna and at Newgate, London. A few accounts of these horrific demonstrations..."
Is It Possible to Reanimate the Dead?
"In 1999, a Swedish medical student named Anna Bagenholm lost control while skiing and landed head first on a thin patch of ice covering a mountain stream."
9 Real Life Mad Scientists
"Are we too hard on mad scientists? After all, many of the world's greatest discoveries were made using experiments that would make the average citizen run screaming from the room."