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Here's to our old pal, Frankenstein! That is to say, the doctor of that name and his creation, both of whom debuted in Mary Shelley's famous novel... published January 1, 1818.


a198bb498e448d85ef5ba855215cdc18--frankenstein-book-mary-shelley-frankenstein.jpg "Look so good when two hundred YOU are, YOU shall NOT!"

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