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  • Mummies travel to St. Luke's Hospital for CT scan

    Two mummies on display at Union Station were transported before dawn Wednesday to St. Luke's Hospital in Kansas City to undergo CT scans. The human remains, in fetal positions and wrapped in grass baskets, belong to the Kansas City Museum, but are currently on display as part of the “Mummies of the World” exhibit at Union Station.

Two mummies on display at Union Station were transported before dawn Wednesday to St. Luke's Hospital in Kansas City to undergo CT scans. The human remains, in fetal positions and wrapped in grass baskets, belong to the Kansas City Museum, but are currently on display as part of the “Mummies of the World” exhibit at Union Station. Tammy Ljungblad and Matt Campbell The Kansas City Star
Two mummies on display at Union Station were transported before dawn Wednesday to St. Luke's Hospital in Kansas City to undergo CT scans. The human remains, in fetal positions and wrapped in grass baskets, belong to the Kansas City Museum, but are currently on display as part of the “Mummies of the World” exhibit at Union Station. Tammy Ljungblad and Matt Campbell The Kansas City Star

The mysteries of these South American mummies are unraveling at St. Luke’s Hospital

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