Tuberculosis claimed Veronica Orlovits in 18th-century Hungary. Now her mummified remains, along with those of her husband and infant son, are part of the Mummies of the World exhibit coming to Union Station in June.
Tuberculosis claimed Veronica Orlovits in 18th-century Hungary. Now her mummified remains, along with those of her husband and infant son, are part of the Mummies of the World exhibit coming to Union Station in June. Dylan Buyskes Onion Studio Mummies of the World
Tuberculosis claimed Veronica Orlovits in 18th-century Hungary. Now her mummified remains, along with those of her husband and infant son, are part of the Mummies of the World exhibit coming to Union Station in June. Dylan Buyskes Onion Studio Mummies of the World