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 continues her tour of the museum with creative director Joanna Ebenstein, checking out a two-headed duck, preserved bats, and a fetal possum in this follow-up to our previous episode featuring the institution.
Featured songs in this episode:
“Puffer” by Speedy Ortiz
“Bad Love” by Summer Camp
“Undone” by Son Lux
“Gaunt” by Kiasmos
“Serious” by Sanders Bohlke
Also, check out our first video on The Morbid Anatomy Museum.
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