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Published on Jun 5, 2014
Harvard scientists confirmed a book contained in the school's Houghton Library is bound in human skin. Anthropodermic bibliopegy, the practice of using human flesh to bind books, was common in the 16th century. The book's title, somewhat appropriately, is "Destinies of the Soul." RT's Ameera David has more on the gruesomely awesome book.