The Morbid Anatomy Museum in Gowanus, Brooklyn, aims to present death and other morbid subjects in a beautiful and welcoming context, in order to get people to rethink any negative views they might hold on the topics. BreakThruTV’s Johanna Botta tours the museum with the its creative director, Joanna Ebenstein, and checks out a phrenological death mask, post-mortem photographs, and a diaphonized stingray, among other things.
Featured songs in this episode:
“Digging My Own Grave” by Future Bible Heroes
“Crying Lightning” by Arctic Monkeys
“You Don’t Know Me” by Son Lux
“HAHA” by The Garden
“Everlasting” by Summer Camp
“Bloom” by Eternal Summers
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