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Death, Science and the Invisible Tonight, join Morbid Anatomy at Caveat for a night devoted to death, science and the invisible. We’ll welcome Mike Zohn of Obscura Antiques and TV’s Oddities whole will tell us about the fascinating history of the Ouija board illustrated by genuine antique pieces from his own collection. We’ll also host professional forensic scientist Jay Stahl-Herz, who will educate us on the how and why of autopsies. Finally, mathematics professor Michael Carlisle will illuminate the surprising morbidity of the popular narratives of famous mathematicians’ lives, with a marked tendency to obsess on obscure abstraction, toil in isolation, and die young and/or in very unpleasant ways. Featuring Mike Zohn (co-star of TV’s “Oddities” and co-owner of Obscura Antiques) Jay Stahl-Herz, MD (a board-certified forensic pathologist) Michael Carlisle (a math professor and writer) Doors: 6:30pm Show: 7:00pm Tickets: $12 online and at the door ALL EVENTS ARE 21+ Please note this is a mixed seated and standing venue. Please arrive early for the best seats. This event is part of Reimagine End of Life NYC. Reimagine End of Life is a community-wide exploration of death and celebration of life through creativity and conversation. Drawing on the arts, spirituality, healthcare, and design, the weeklong event sets out to spark dialogue, break down taboos, and bring diverse communities together around one universal topic. Mike Zohn–co-star of TV’s “Oddities” and co-owner of Obscura Antiques–is a long term DeMoulin enthusiast and collector. Jay Stahl-Herz, MD is a board-certified forensic pathologist working full-time as a medical examiner and independent forensic consultant. He holds academic appointments at New York University School of Medicine and SUNY Downstate College of Medicine. He has several published journal articles and book chapters and has presented at various national meetings and training courses. He is a fellow of the National Association of Medical Examiners. He has consulted for the United Nations and worked in many other nations. Michael Carlisle is a math professor and writer based in New York, whose work floats around the fields of probability, memory, computing, pop culture, and interdisciplinary uses of mathematical notation. Don’t get him started on Thanos. REFUND POLICY: Tickets maybe be refunded up to 24 hours before the event. Within 24 hours we may take exchanges for other events at our discretion. No refunds after the event.