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Real or fake, the sight of blood can make you scream, squeal, faint, slip into shock, or even refuse to look away. Few things have such power over us. We head to a special effects studio to see how Hollywood satisfies our blood perversion, and somewhere amid the fleshy rubber limbs and squirting scalpels, things get a little...real. Then, we meet a provocative artist, Barton Benes, who took our spooky fascination with blood to another level when he created Lethal Weapons, a series so shocking, health authorities were called in and his pieces of art wound up being cooked to 160 degrees.


Inger Hägglund Tornberg, Joseph Lovett, Laurel Reuter and Christien Tinsely

Comments [2]

Jorge from Delray Beach, FL

Video, please! I mean come on!

Aug. 01 2013 03:58 PM
Will Rogers from Richmond, VA

I want to see the video!!

Aug. 01 2013 02:41 PM

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