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Shipwreck, Cannibalism, and Mummies Frozen In Time: A Look At Franklin’s Lost Expedition

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The preserved body of John Torrington in 1984, who had died 138 years earlier in 1846 during Sir John Franklin's lost expedition in the Canadian Arctic. [450x600] - Imgur

The preserved body of John Torrington in 1984, who had died 138 years earlier in 1846 during Sir John Franklin's lost expedition in the Canadian Arctic. [450x600]

The preserved body of John Torrington in 1984, who had died 138 years earlier in 1846 during Sir John Franklin's lost expedition in the Canadian Arctic. [450x600] - Imgur

The face of John Torrington after 130 years frozen in the permafrost of Canada.

John Torrington: The Frozen Mummy of the Franklin Expedition

The face of John Torrington after 130 years frozen in the permafrost of Canada.

Petty Officer John Torrington The Lost Franklin Expedition (1845) Honstly he diosent look bad after beeing frozen a qouple hunderd years and defrosted.One of the other mummys looks even better.

Petty Officer John Torrington The Lost Franklin Expedition (1845) Honstly he diosent look bad after beeing frozen a qouple hunderd years and defrosted.One of the other mummys looks even better.

John Torrington: The Frozen Mummy of the Franklin Expedition

John Torrington: The Frozen Mummy of the Franklin Expedition

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Humans are fascinated with the preservation of their dead. From Rosalia Lombardo to John Torrington and the Wet Mummies of China, here are the world's best preserved examples.

Humans are fascinated with the preservation of their dead. From Rosalia Lombardo to John Torrington and the Wet Mummies of China, here are the world's best preserved examples.

John Torrington - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

John Torrington - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In 1845, the Royal Navy ships HMS Erebus and HMS Terror embarked on an expedition to explore the Canadian arctic. Both ships and all 129 crew members vanished. Search parties and scientific expeditions throughout the last 169 years have turned up evidence of lead-poisoning-fueled madness and cannibalism, including disarticulated skeletal remains unearthed in 1981 with cut marks in the bone. The preserved bodies of crewmen John Torrington, John Hartnell and William Braine were exhumed from…

In 1845, the Royal Navy ships HMS Erebus and HMS Terror embarked on an expedition to explore the Canadian arctic. Both ships and all 129 crew members vanished. Search parties and scientific expeditions throughout the last 169 years have turned up evidence of lead-poisoning-fueled madness and cannibalism, including disarticulated skeletal remains unearthed in 1981 with cut marks in the bone. The preserved bodies of crewmen John Torrington, John Hartnell and William Braine were exhumed from…

The mummified body of John Torrington, a sailor aboard the doomed Franklin expedition to the arctic, discovered on Beechy Island. The expedition was meant to traverse the last unnavigated section of the Northwest Passage. After a few early fatalities, the two ships under the command of Franklin became icebound in Victoria Strait near King William Island in the Canadian Arctic. The entire expedition complement, including Franklin and 128 men, was lost.

The mummified body of John Torrington, a sailor aboard the doomed Franklin expedition to the arctic, discovered on Beechy Island. The expedition was meant to traverse the last unnavigated section of the Northwest Passage. After a few early fatalities, the two ships under the command of Franklin became icebound in Victoria Strait near King William Island in the Canadian Arctic. The entire expedition complement, including Franklin and 128 men, was lost.

John Torrington's body as exhumed in the 1980s.

John Torrington's body as exhumed in the 1980s.

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