Books of Flesh: Anthropodermic Bibliopegy

Anthropodermic book created by EC Steiner. Courtesy of EC Steiner

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The libraries of horror fiction typically offer many a dark tome bound in human flesh, but do books like the ‘Necronomicon Ex-Mortis’ of ‘Evil Dead’ really exist? They do, and the true story of skin-clad literature will chill you. Join Robert and Christian as they crack open the history and science of anthropodermic bibliopegy.

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Topics in this Podcast: horror, books, history