يا إلهي ذهب ليبيع الفأر و السلحفاة فخدعوه ثم قتلوه و باعوا جثته لكلية الطب
The above illustration depicts Carlo Ferarai, a street urchin who traveled about London displaying trained white mice and a turtle in exchange for coins. On November 4, 1831, he was lured into a boarding house with the promise of a job and murdered by three London burkers, John Bishop, Thomas Williams, and James May.
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يا إلهي ذهب ليبيع الفأر و السلحفاة فخدعوه ثم قتلوه و باعوا جثته لكلية الطب

The above illustration depicts Carlo Ferarai, a street urchin who traveled about London displaying trained white mice and a turtle in exchange for coins. On November 4, 1831, he was lured into a boarding house with the promise of a job and murdered by three London burkers, John Bishop, Thomas Williams, and James May.

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