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But we can't do it alone so please make a difference. When you have been around as long as Harvard, and your library contains 15 million books, you are bound to have a few that are bound in human flesh.
Knowing what I know about how much work it is, I imagine using human skin must have been a labor of... Yes, an interesting article by Samuel Jacobs in The Crimson from 2006 got resurrected recently.
But if authentic bizarre anthropodermic bindings are really your thing, go over the bridge to the Boston Athenaeum. Subscribe to the newsletter. View the discussion thread. Odd, right? At Science 2. If you're worried about activists using media to promote fear and doubt about science and medicine,you're in the right place.
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It detailed what librarians would rather not become an object of morbid fascination - that some of their books are bound in human skin.
No Necronomicon? I imagine using skin is no different than any other hide, if you get by the cultural creepiness. About I founded Science 2. Hank Campbell.