1. Greg Halparth

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    I visited the Bodies exhibit in Atlanta some time ago and decided to take a few pictures.. Before you know it, one of the workers tracked me down and started berating me for taking pictures because I should “have some respect because they were people once too.” She demanded that I delete them. I feigned a few taps on my phone, and told her they were deleted. Even so, I have mightytext, so they were instantly uploaded online anyway.Anyway, I take a few steps out of that room, and what do I see on the wall but an advertisement to have to picture taken with one of the exhibits (the basketball player) complete with a family cheesily posing by his side! That holier than thou attitude of ‘respecting the dead’ disappears quick when a couple of bucks is hitting their bottom line, doesn’t it? Not to mention the various gift shop accoutrement such as keychains that bear the images of the exhibits beikng sold for not- so-paltry-sums. Your patrons are not the one grossly profiteering off of these men and women turned curiosity. If you have such an aversion to people taking an interest in your exhibit, then don’t sell tickets to it; return these men and women to their home and families instead.Go see something else. The Atlanta aquarium has something similar but with fish. And you’re allowed to take pictures of them without someone screaming in your ear about how they were fish once too.

  2. Kelly Parry

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    There is no better way to understand about the human body than to see it in this exhibit. The amazing construction and processes of our bodies are very thoughtfully shared here. A great place to take students who are struggling to get engaged with biology.

  3. Marty Gold

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    Very interesting. A Must See!

  4. kendric maciel

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