Twice Removed Series 2 Episode 1
This episode is not for the faint hearted or the squeamish. Body snatching expert, Suzie Lennox reveals the fascinating history of the Resurrectionists.
How did they go about stealing bodies? What were the bodies worth? How worried were people about their loved ones remains? What theft prevention methods were employed?
Suzie Lennox answers all these questions and more!
Watch Suzie Lennox's Interview Here
Warning: This video contains discussion of dead bodies.
You can view all series and episodes of Twice Removed on the Genealogy Stories YouTube channel.
Listen to Suzie Lennox's Interview Here
The Body Snatchers with Suzie Lennox
You can listen to all series and episodes of Twice Removed on the podcast (of the same name), available on Apple, Stitcher, Spotify and more.
A Spotlight on Suzie Lennox
Suzie is the author of Bodysnatchers: Digging Up The Untold Stories Of Britain’s Resurrection Men and a member of the Crime Writers Association. She has given talks all across the world; from The National Library in Edinburgh, Scotland to The Medical History Society in Auckland, New Zealand.
You can find out more about Suzie and about bodysnatching by visiting her fantastic website: www.diggingup1800.com
More #TwiceRemoved Episodes
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