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HOMMAGE A JOHN TORRINGTON ( 1825-1846 ), MARIN DECEDE DE L' EXPEDITION FRANKLIN .

HOMMAGE A JOHN TORRINGTON ( 1825-1846 ), MARIN DECEDE DE L' EXPEDITION FRANKLIN .

Humans are fascinated with the preservation of their dead. From Rosalia Lombardo to John Torrington and the Wet Mummies of China, here are the world's best preserved examples.

World's Best Preserved Mummies

Humans are fascinated with the preservation of their dead. From Rosalia Lombardo to John Torrington and the Wet Mummies of China, here are the world's best preserved examples.

Archeologists were giving quite a terrifying shock when they removed the blankets that covered John Torrington's face. John Torrington was literally staring back at them.

World's Best Preserved Mummies

Archeologists were giving quite a terrifying shock when they removed the blankets that covered John Torrington's face. John Torrington was literally staring back at them.

John Shaw Torrington (1825-1846) est un marin, pompier et explorateur britannique de l'Arctique. Participant à l'expédition Franklin sur la recherche du Passage du Nord-Ouest, il est mort lors de celle-ci et fut enterré par ses compagnons sur l'île Beechey à côté de deux autres morts. Son corps a été exhumé en 1984 pour déterminer les raisons de sa mort. Il est l'un des exemples les mieux préservés de corps dans la glace depuis l'Homme de Tollund.

John Shaw Torrington (1825-1846) est un marin, pompier et explorateur britannique de l'Arctique. Participant à l'expédition Franklin sur la recherche du Passage du Nord-Ouest, il est mort lors de celle-ci et fut enterré par ses compagnons sur l'île Beechey à côté de deux autres morts. Son corps a été exhumé en 1984 pour déterminer les raisons de sa mort. Il est l'un des exemples les mieux préservés de corps dans la glace depuis l'Homme de Tollund.

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Shipwreck, Cannibalism, and Mummies Frozen In Time: A Look At Franklin’s Lost Expedition

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John Torrington: The Frozen Mummy of the Franklin Expedition

John Torrington: The Frozen Mummy of the Franklin Expedition

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The preserved body of John Torrington in 1984, who had died 138 years earlier in 1846 during Sir John Franklin's lost expedition in the Canadian Arctic. [450x600] - Imgur

The preserved body of John Torrington in 1984, who had died 138 years earlier in 1846 during Sir John Franklin's lost expedition in the Canadian Arctic. [450x600]

The preserved body of John Torrington in 1984, who had died 138 years earlier in 1846 during Sir John Franklin's lost expedition in the Canadian Arctic. [450x600] - Imgur

World's Best Preserved Mummies

World's Best Preserved Mummies

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John Torrington Grave Marker - Preview Image

John Torrington Grave Marker - Preview Image

A photo I took of the grave of John Torrington on Beechey Island

A photo I took of the grave of John Torrington on Beechey Island

The Franklin Expedition Mummies: Hoping to find the Northwest Passage in 1845, an expedition of over 100 men set sail for the New World. Five years later, after no word from the men, the remains of three individuals (John Torrington, John Hartnell, and William Braine) were discovered buried on Beechey Island in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago of Nunavut, Canada......... (click picture for more info)

The Franklin Expedition Mummies: Hoping to find the Northwest Passage in 1845, an expedition of over 100 men set sail for the New World. Five years later, after no word from the men, the remains of three individuals (John Torrington, John Hartnell, and William Braine) were discovered buried on Beechey Island in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago of Nunavut, Canada......... (click picture for more info)

The Arctic Mummification Of John Torrington And The Franklin Expedition

The Arctic Mummification Of John Torrington And The Franklin Expedition

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