The Gruesome Tale of Burke and Hare

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In the 19th century, among other times throughout history, it was very difficult for universities to get human bodies for students to dissect so they could train in surgical techniques and, in general, just learn about the human body. The only ones that could legally be acquired by universities at this point were those from executed convicts.