The skull in Dr. Bill Bass’ study is from about 100 years ago. It has hinges that open to show sinus cavities and other details. The skull’s original owner, actually second owner when you count the donor cadaver, was a local doctor who used it as a teaching tool. The inside of the cranium is painted with a representation of arteries and veins.
Susan Seals from BoneZones.com asked me to come to the Bass home to record an introductory video that could be shown at some of his speaking engagements. In it, I ask the questions he hears most often. By answering them on-camera, he can spend more time on the specific topic of the lecture.