Skeleton London Dungeon

December 5, 2011 by staff 

Skeleton London Dungeon, A skeleton at the London Dungeon’s popular “creepy crypt” exhibit has been found to be real.  The skeleton at the London Dungeons is called ‘Kate’ after model Kate Moss, It is believed that the bones could have been displayed at the attraction since it opened in 1975.

Now the skeleton has been found to be genuine, it must be licensed by the Human Tissues Authority at a cost of 2,000 pounds a year.

The remains, which include a rib-cage and backbone, have been named Kate – after model Kate Moss.  It is thought she might date from the early days of anatomical research when bodies were regularly smuggled in from the Far East

And staff now suspect another skeleton hanging in a gibbet cage might also be real. She is known as Twiggy.

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