The remains of "fairies", "werewolves" and "aliens" were found during clearance in London, England. The liberated mansion house is owned by a mysterious collector from the 19th century.
This creepy collection features skeletons reminiscent of mythical creatures, housed in jars and frames in terrifying poses.
The corpses of the "fairies" were rotted, their wings were nailed to the backboard, and the bodies of the "alien" were found.
The corpses of the "fairies" were rotting, the wings were nailed to the backboard
Builders also found hearts and other organs believed to be human preserved in jars and a handwritten diary.
This grisly collection is attributed to Thomas Theodore Merrylin, a wealthy aristocrat and biologist of the 1800s.
An article about the finds said: "In 1960 in London, the time to clear the old sites for the construction of a new residential area, the abandoned villas of Thomas Theodore Merrylin were demolished. In the basement of a house, builders discovered several thousand small wooden boxes that were sealed.”
"Imagine their surprise to find inside the boxes are the corpses of mystical creatures that seem to exist only in fairy tales."
What's left of "fairy", "werewolf" and "alien" in a sealed box
The shocking artifacts were revealed by artist Alex CF. He said that Merrylin's diary included "all the cutting-edge ideas, which did not exist at the time, such as quantum physics and the multiverse theory."
Besides, his diary also includes scientific explanations for many mythical creatures.
Artist Alex CF, who claims to be the curator of the collection
Alex CF says that he is the curator of the collection and that people can view it online. But this story also raises many doubts.
One commenter named James Campbell wrote: "If these specimens are indeed found, the British Museum will take them up".
Another, Trey Wait, added: "Obviously they're all fake but still impressive. I'd be happy to own them too."
Inside the boxes are the corpses of mystical creatures that seem to exist only in fairy tales
This collection is attributed to Thomas Theodore Merrylin, a wealthy aristocrat and biologist of the 1800s.
His diary also includes scientific explanations for many mythical creatures
Many people think this collection is fake, but still very impressive