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08th Apr 2015

Dr. Pembroke’s Clinic: Electrifying Medicine – The Electric Kiss!

Onyxfeld, Late Winter 1872 We’re in a dimly lit room, with finely dressed house guests either sitting or standing around, rapt with anticipation, while an attractive young lady sits primly on...

01st Apr 2015

Dr. Pembroke’s Remedies – Galvanic Viagra of the 1850’s

Join Dr. J.D. Pembroke as he explores the many curious, ridiculous and sometimes downright confusing medical methods by which mankind has sought to heal itself over the years… Imagine if you...

25th Mar 2015

Dr. Pembroke’s Clinic: Electrifying Medicine Pt. 4 – Memory Loss

Onxyfeld, Late Winter 1872 Last week we witnessed first-hand the electric ‘resurrection’ of George Forster in 1803. This gruesome act was performed by a charismatic, exuberant scientist named Giovanni Aldini, hell-bent...

11th Mar 2015

Dr. Pembroke’s Clinic: Electrifying Medicine Pt. 3 – Reanimation

The date is the 18th of January, 1803. The place: the Royal College of Surgeons, London. Giovanni Aldini prepares to demonstrate a curious new science on the body of the...

04th Mar 2015

Dr. Pembroke’s Clinic: Electrifying Medicine Pt. 2 – Italian Frog Legs

Onxyfeld, Late Winter 1872 Welcome to the Enlightenment! A time period where we learned the mass of the earth, invented the steam engine, and most importantly, played around with the...

25th Feb 2015

Dr. Pembroke’s Clinic: Electrifying Medicine Pt. 1 – Stingrays and Storms

  Onxyfeld, Late Winter 1872 Many of you are familiar with the lamentably popular 1818 piece of pulp named Frankenstein. Unknown to most, what it actually chronicles is how at the turn...

18th Feb 2015

Dr. Pembroke’s Remedies: Blowing Vapours

Join Dr. J.D. Pembroke as he studies the many curious, ridiculous and sometimes downright confusing medical methods by which mankind has sought to heal itself with over the years. It’s...

28th Jan 2015

Dr. Pembroke’s Clinic – The Resurrection Men, Pt 4 – Execution

Up the close and doun the stair, But and ben wi’ Burke and Hare. Burke’s the butcher, Hare’s the thief, Knox the boy that buys the beef. —19th-century Edinburgh skipping...

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