Photos Of Unusual Brains Left Behind In A Mental Hospital
WHEN patients at the University of Texas Mental Hospital died, their brains were removed.
In the 960s, they were stuffed into jars and stored. And forgotten.
Photographer Adam Voorhes and journalist Alex Hannaford recorded the organs drenched in formaldehyde for his book Malformed: Forgotten Brains of the Texas State Mental Hospital.
Spotter: Washington Post