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Horrible Real-Life Frankenstein Experiments

Filed under: Halloween — Laura Moncur @ 5:00 am

This is a video demonstrating the work of Sergei Bryukhonenko, who created a heart/lung machine and connected it to the disembodied head of a dog.

All I could think of while watching this video is about the poor dog. Why do we need horror movies when real-life stuff like this exists?

Via: Mad Science: Eight Real-Life Doctor Frankensteins Who Pushed the Boundaries of Life and Death



  1. Ahh! I know that this kind of research has saves many lives – but it was gruesome to watch!!

    Comment by Stacey Vest — 10/24/2008 @ 11:49 am

  2. What kind of fucked up erson would do this to a dog, I hope this “Sergei Bryukhonenko” BURNS IN HELL FOR TORTURING THIS DOG. HORRIBLE MAN. Poor Dog.. <:'(

    Comment by Concerned Person — 2/13/2009 @ 9:50 pm

  3. its not real… the head cant twitch away from a hammer with no spine and the tongue cannot move etc etc.

    Comment by lol — 7/20/2009 @ 6:44 pm

  4. Its not real. You do need the spine. So whey you gullable gooons. This is some sick idea that some sick people have made up because thier sick of thier own lame lives. End of.

    Comment by geektrons — 1/3/2010 @ 4:17 am

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