Von Hagen's Store in Germany is a "Supermarket of the Death"

By: Holger Mohr - Published: Jun 1, 2010 • References: bild.de & shortnews.de
German anatomist and plastinator Gunther von Hagen
has opened what some are calling a "Supermarket of the Death."

Von Hagen, referred to as "Dr. Death" and well known for his "Body Worlds," decided to open up a shop in
Guben (Germany) after receiving requests from visitors of his exhibitions to buy his pieces.

The prices range between €80 to €57,000 (for a whole body). A smoker's lung is offered at €3,600.

Von Hagen's "Supermarket of the Death" is definitely controversial, but the success of his exhibitions shows that millions of people are very interested in his special work regardless. Stats for Body Part Boutiques Trending: Older & Average
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