This Mysterious Winged Tiny Human Skeleton Was Discovered In The Basement Of An Old House In London!


Preserved 'remains' of fairies, werewolves and other otherworldly creatures were supposedly discovered in an old house owned by mysterious 19th century collector.

This Mysterious Winged Tiny Human Skeleton Was Discovered In The Basement Of An Old House In London!

The ghastly exhibit was supposedly the collection of a “Thomas Theodore Merrylin” – a supposedly “rich aristocrat and biologist in the 1800s".

Indeed, his collection features the skeletons of werewolves, vampires, aliens and winged fairies. These artifacts were supposedly discovered in the basement of his old house in London.

This Mysterious Winged Tiny Human Skeleton Was Discovered In The Basement Of An Old House In London!

This gruesome collection features intricate framed skeletons as well as jars and cases of mythical creatures in gruesome poses. 

Remains of fairies with their wings nailed to boards are put on display alongside the remains of strange aliens and human-like creatures.

This Mysterious Winged Tiny Human Skeleton Was Discovered In The Basement Of An Old House In London!

This Mysterious Winged Tiny Human Skeleton Was Discovered In The Basement Of An Old House In London!

The collection, looking like it comes straight from a horror film, also featured the sketches of infamous serial killer Jack the Ripper’s victims: Catherine Eddowes and Elizabeth Stride.  

Supposed human hearts and other organs can be found preserved in jars.

A blog post about the alleged find claimed: "In 1960 in London at the time of clearing the site for construction of a new residential neighborhood, the old long-abandoned mansion belonged to Thomas Theodore Merrylin was set for demolition.

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