I’ve heard tales of cultures where you collected body parts as trophies but what do we make of this? A search of a recently deceased South Bend Indiana abortion doctor’s home revealed over 2200 medically preserved fetuses.
I collect, stamps? I’ve always had a thing for sports cards. Hey, I collect plaque on my arteries. That’s weird, Dr. Klopfer, what about you?
“I like to bring my work home with me. Heh. Hehe …. ” (Cue thunder and lightning.) He didn’t. Bring his work home. At least that’s what the police and coroner say.
But it was clearly Dr. Ulrich Klopfer’s passion. So, committed was he to ending human life in the womb that,
His medical license was suspended in 2015 after he was accused of failing to report an abortion on a 13-year-old girl.
That baby needed killing and somebody had to do it.
Any chance we’ll find those gruesome remains somewhere in Herr Doctor’s collection? Not clear. There’s no mention of how they were preserved (mason jars with rusty lids?) or if they were labeled or marked in any identifying way.
His family found them, by the way, when they arrived to deal with his things after his passing.
Can you imagine?
My dad was a bit eccentric. Really, how so?
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