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February 08, 2013
A skull belonging to bandit "Gasaparone" is pictured at Lombroso Museum in Turin January 28, 2013. Hundreds...
Turin, Italy
A skull belonging to bandit "Gasaparone" is pictured at Lombroso Museum in Turin
A skull belonging to bandit "Gasaparone" is pictured at Lombroso Museum in Turin January 28, 2013. Hundreds of wax-covered heads line the shelves, some with the words "Thief" or "Murderer" written underneath, all part of 19th century Italian physician and psychiatrist Cesare Lombroso's research into the nature of criminal behaviour. Many of the body parts on display in the museum were taken from prisons without any permission from family members. Now hundreds of years later some distant relatives and local communities are saying it is time to get the body parts back. Picture taken January 28, 2013. REUTERS/ Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY)
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