Do you have a Strong Stomach? Dinner & Dissection Tour Headed To The UK

Horror fan with a strong stomach? This is historical horror experience might just be for you. Anatomy Lab LIVE is back for Halloween 2019 re-opening the Whitechapel Murder case asking the age-old question of who was Jack the Ripper?

Guests will visit the cobbled streets of Victorian London, take part in a dissection-based analysis of Jack the Ripper’s victims while an expert team explore the clinical evidence and apply modern anatomical understanding to solve this dark puzzle.

The experience will see those quick enough to grab tickets enjoy a two-course meal in a Whitechapel dining room complete with a cobbled street and Victorian buildings. The room will plunge to blackout before the five victims are discovered mutilated in the positions as they were found. An expert team will explore the original post mortem reports, applying modern medical techniques and some good old British suspicion to establish just who may have been behind these brutal killings. Broadcast to live screens you’ll see the Anatomy Lab LIVE team take the scalpel to the victim’s chests to reveal the extent of the injuries sustained, establish the exact cause of death and identify whether this was the work of a more sinister doctor. Each table will transport guests back to Victorian London and promises to be a truly immersive experience.

Working on real specimens using real pathologist’s tools to discover the intricate structures of each victim’s body and how they functioned to keep you alive. At this 2019 special event you’ll also have a go at dissection techniques to develop your knowledge of the human body.

Each guest will be provided with real clinical overalls including a full surgeons gown, hat, mask and gloves. They use real surgeons scissors, scalpels, clamps and kidney dishes to intubate and explore the anatomical specimens. After taking part guests can claim an exclusive Anatomy Lab live CPD certificate. There will be an exclusive Anatomy Lab LIVE merchandise kiosk where you can buy notebook packs, organ transplant lunchboxes, brain texture coffee cups, anatomy lab live blood bag hot water bottles plus much more.

The event delivers in-depth content aimed at those studying anatomy, physiology or pathology at undergraduate level and for those who are already practicing healthcare professionals as well as those fascinated by the mystery of Jack the Ripper. The event is also a great experience for any person who is interested in the human body, disease or medicine on the whole. The wider general public are also encouraged to attend.

You can find out more about the UK tour on the official website.