Ah, what do we have here? Why just a young 1970s couple viewing the preserved head of Italian criminologist Cesare Lombroso (1835-1909) at an exhibition in Bologna. The photo itself is by acclaimed Italian photographer Romano Cagnoni.
Lombroso advocated anthropological criminology, meaning that he believed one's criminal nature was an inherited trait -- and that criminal humans also possessed more bestial, simian features than their law-abiding brethren. The theory was thoroughly discredited in the years to follow, but Lombroso insisted his head be preserved so that his skull could be measured accordingly.