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DrNorth
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Lurking about the darker alleys and dungeons of the internet looking for the grim, the gross and the disturbing I stumbled across this amazing site.
Filled with science and medical props, as well as an assortment of bodies in all kinds of decay, bits and pieces, skeletons and organs.
The bizzarest in the darker realm or the horror/Halloween enthusiast will spend a fortune here lol:
http://www.bjwinslow.com/gallery/prop_skeletons Smile
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Some great items here, a really great find.
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Tzaddi93
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BJ is part owner of Dapper Cadaver - a treasure trove of horrific pleasures that was located in Burbank - looks like they moved to Sun Valley.
I've purchased a few items from D.C. - the quality of their work is usually amazing and almost always better in person than how they appear online. Definitely nothing like what you see at a typical "halloween store" that might pop up and then vanish... They also offered the ability to rent almost anything in their inventory - for a day, week, etc.
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On Nov 26, 2014, Tzaddi93 wrote:
BJ is part owner of Dapper Cadaver - a treasure trove of horrific pleasures that was located in Burbank - looks like they moved to Sun Valley.
I've purchased a few items from D.C. - the quality of their work is usually amazing and almost always better in person than how they appear online. Definitely nothing like what you see at a typical "halloween store" that might pop up and then vanish... They also offered the ability to rent almost anything in their inventory - for a day, week, etc.


Looking at your avatar, I think you forgot to return your rental. Smile
Tzaddi93
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It does explain why people kept asking me "how much" while I was doing my own shopping.... Smile
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Here, is another check it out site ...

www.steltercreative.com

Thought, I would add on to DrNorth's thread. Smile
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I came across this also if people are just looking for a bone part to age themselves
I was a Haunter long ago before becoming a magician, the term "bucky" are cheaper versions of skeletons that may have a minor flaw (sometimes so minimal you can't see it) but makes it unacceptable as a "perfect' sold to dr's or schools
http://sale-fire.com/Bucky%20Skeleton?p=......odTCsAWg
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Dr Spektor
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Dapper Cadaver is one of my go-to places - I'm the guy who got BJ to start creating peruvian/inca mummies before 2012 hit Smile - I have a nice Rascar Capac-esque replica designed to my specs... and various other goodies from him. Very good fellow to work with... in fact ol' Rascar is in BJ's gallery here as the Shaman Mummy (as I didn't want an exact Rascar)...

http://www.bjwinslow.com/gallery/prop_mu......mummy_32

Ain't he cute? My daughters like to put hats on him though.

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It is hard to find good prop-meisters - he is one you should consider if you need some pseudo-deathly simulacra!
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Tzaddi93
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That's a Gorgeous piece Dr. Spektor!
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