Post mortem

Learn why conducting a post mortem analysis is crucial for improving future outcomes. Explore how to effectively evaluate and learn from past projects or events.
Ideas, Art, Strange History, Historical Photos, Haunted History, Old Photos, Death, Gothic Aesthetic Victorian, Post Mortem Photography

TwinsConjoined twins.Boy posed to appear sleeping.Two ladies - you can see the standsThe mother is supporting her deceased child.Victorian lady.A young child posed seated.A photographer with a "posed" subject.A rare picture of a Down's Syndrome child.Man posed upright in a chair.Subject in casket.

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Katherine Koptilin
"Long exposures when taking photographs meant that the dead were often seen more sharply than the slightly-blurred living, because of their lack of movement" - https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-36389581 Saved from: https://imgur.com/gallery/se5bp

"Long exposures when taking photographs meant that the dead were often seen more sharply than the slightly-blurred living, because of their lack of movement" - https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-36389581 Saved from: https://imgur.com/gallery/se5bp

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Tracey Mallaby

These photographs of 'spirits' are taken from an album of photographs unearthed in a Lancashire second-hand and antiquarian bookshop by one of the Museum's curators. They were taken by a controversial medium called William Hope (1863-1933).

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Amélie Dupuy