In 1846, John Torrington perished during an expedition to find…

In 1846, John Torrington perished during an expedition to find the Northwest Passage. When his corpse was exhumed 138 years later, it was almost perfectly preserved—eyes wide open, clothing intact, and limbs so flexible that moving him felt like moving someone unconscious rather than dead.

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