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Creepy Collectibles

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Missing for over a century, two fingers and a tooth extracted from the body of Galileo Galilei have been rediscovered. The relics were part of a larger haul of "souvenirs" taken by fans of the legendary scientist when his body was moved in 1737. The recently discovered digits and dentile were passed down by one family for generations until being lost in 1905. More on the story here, including a look at one of the other pilfered fingers on display at a museum in Firenze, Italy.

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