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Forensics reveal 19th century killer's face

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The face of a 19th century killer has been recreated using forensic techniques and is on display in a new exhibition.

John Howison—known as the Cramond murderer—brutally killed an Edinburgh woman and was hanged for his crimes in 1832. His body was donated to Edinburgh Medical School for dissection, where his skeleton has remained on display in the University's Anatomical Museum.

https://phys.org/news/2017-08-forensic-team-reveals-19th-century.html?utm_source=menu&utm_medium=link&utm_campaign=item-menu

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Woe befall upon anyone that bears some resemblance to that rather handsome chap ...

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