Headless Historicals.

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Headless Historicals â„¢ are reworked dolls that were inspired by characters throughout history who died in rather horrible ways. Each doll is dressed according to how they might have appeared during the peak of their success, while their bodies display the manner in which they died.

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I couldn't find King Charles I, but I did find Mary, Queen of Scots and Anne Boleyn. No Edward II either. He met his end in a rather ghastly manner, but it was designed to leave no marks on the body so it would probably make a pretty poor subject for a doll.

I agree with Sid: why the heck would anyone want these in their house?
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I went through their "catalog", which is pretty extensive. The level of detail (exposed spines on the decapitated, brain matter on Jane Mansfield, melted fat & charred flesh on Joan of Arc) is impressive, but pretty repulsive. There must be some twisted "black trenchcoaters" out there collecting this stuff.
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