John torrington

HOMMAGE A JOHN TORRINGTON ( 1825-1846 ), MARIN DECEDE DE L' EXPEDITION FRANKLIN .

HOMMAGE A JOHN TORRINGTON ( 1825-1846 ), MARIN DECEDE DE L' EXPEDITION FRANKLIN .

John Torrington's body as exhumed in the 1980s, one of the doomed crew members of the Erebus and Terror. The explorers died of lead poisoning because of improperly sealed cans. Translated into English here: https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Fdelapulcraceniza.blogspot.com%2F2013_02_01_archive.html&edit-text=

John Torrington's body as exhumed in the 1980s, one of the doomed crew members of the Erebus and Terror. The explorers died of lead poisoning because of improperly sealed cans. Translated into English here: https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Fdelapulcraceniza.blogspot.com%2F2013_02_01_archive.html&edit-text=

Archeologists were giving quite a terrifying shock when they removed the blankets that covered John Torrington's face. John Torrington was literally staring back at them.

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Archeologists were giving quite a terrifying shock when they removed the blankets that covered John Torrington's face. John Torrington was literally staring back at them.

The preserved body of John Torrington in 1984, who had died 138 years earlier in 1846 during Sir John Franklin's lost expedition in the Canadian Arctic. [450x600] - Imgur

The preserved body of John Torrington in 1984, who had died 138 years earlier in 1846 during Sir John Franklin's lost expedition in the Canadian Arctic. [450x600]

The preserved body of John Torrington in 1984, who had died 138 years earlier in 1846 during Sir John Franklin's lost expedition in the Canadian Arctic. [450x600] - Imgur

Lower half of John Torrington of the Franklin expedition, buried in permafrost in 1846, Uncovered for forensic study in modern day. His clothing and skin are almost totally undamaged! I've only ever seen the picture of his face, so this is very interesting to see his clothing and everything.

Lower half of John Torrington of the Franklin expedition, buried in permafrost in 1846, Uncovered for forensic study in modern day. His clothing and skin are almost totally undamaged! I've only ever seen the picture of his face, so this is very interesting to see his clothing and everything.

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The preserved body of John Torrington in 1984, who had died 138 years earlier in 1846 during Sir John Franklin’s lost expedition in the Canadian Arctic.

The preserved body of John Torrington in 1984, who had died 138 years earlier in 1846 during Sir John Franklin’s lost expedition in the Canadian Arctic.

Legs of John Torrington of the Franklin expedition, buried in permafrost in 1846.

Legs of John Torrington of the Franklin expedition, buried in permafrost in 1846.

John Torrington Grave Marker - Preview Image

John Torrington Grave Marker - Preview Image

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