Imagine a collection of your worst nightmares put on display as specimens in front of you. What does it make you think of. An evil scientist's hidden laboratory? A torture chamber? Alien abduction?

Guess again. The Siriraj Medical Museum in Bangkok, Thailand is where you would be. Also popularly known as the Museum of Death.

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"But why?"

I'm glad you asked. One of the prime purposes of the Siriraj Museum is to collect disease-identified specimens for medical research. That's what they claim it's for, at least. The owner might just be a fan of Lovecraft. Why don't you take a look for yourself and decide?

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And I didn't even show you the weirdest stuff in there yet.

So which side of the fence do you fall on- disgusted or interested? Personally, I belong to the latter so if you happen to be as weird as I am you can find out more here.

To the rest, I bid you adieu. Sleep well tonight, guys.