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Tuesday May 18th, 2021 10:56AM

LISTEN: A trip through the world's most bizarre, gross and taboo science

By AccessWDUN staff

Journalist Erika Engelhaupt joins the show to discuss "Gory Science," a collection of grisly true science stories collected over the years.

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