Dead shit! These are real mammal organs in jars with a Voices of the Dead logo on the cover. If there's an organ you don't see listed here that you want let us know, we can most likely get it. We are temporarily out of stock for dead animals with the exception of field mice.

Brain $15

Heart $15

Out of Stock

Eye $5

Out of stock

Kidney $5

Out of stock

Currently none of these are for sale as they are prototypes sort of. We come across a lot of dead animals in our journeys so let me know if there is something in particular you'd like. If you have a dead animal you'd like removed or would just like to donate to our collection, email me. I will not kill any animals, nor will I accept any animals that were killed, harmed or mistreated in any way.

I've had a lot of people who eat meat tell me what I'm doing with these dead animals is wrong and disgusting. I would have to agree to an extent, which is why I don't eat animals or animal products. There is enough food on the planet for us to all survive without eating meat. In fact, it is healthier to omit all animal products from your diet. Animal protein of any sort(dairy included) encourages cancer growth. People say there is no veganism in the animal kingdom(entirely untrue) and that we have been surviving this way for thousands of years. I would again have to agree partially. Even if there were no veganism in nature, why is it that all of a sudden we are modelling our behavior after animals? We possess something they dont; higher intellect. With this higher intellect we have learned to evolve from hunting and gathering to farming. If it were a matter of death or survival(as in the case of animals), then I would encourage one to eat meat for survival. That is far from the case for the vast majority of the United States. To address the other arguement "We've been surviving this way for thousands of years," how is this a valid retort? What other aspect of our culture and habits haven't changed for thousands and thousands of years? The point of life is evolution. Anyone can relate. Think about how quickly our technology transforms. For example, 3 years ago I bought a 500 gb hard drive for $80. I bought an identical model this year, for the same price with double the storage. With such rapid evolution of our god damned cell phones and computers, is our diet really exempt? Industrial agriculture is one of the most harmful aspects of our society in regards to our environment. The animals are mistreated, abused, tortured and killed all so your viewpoint on the world doesn't need to change and you can continue ignoring the problem. If you have a problem seeing dead animals, or killing an animal yourself, why is it ok for it to happen behind closed doors? If it upsets you, you shouldn't be eating meat. It's hypocritical. That feeling of discomfort or of rejecting the things I'm saying could quite possibly be cognitive dissonance; a psychological conflict resulting from incongruous beliefs and attitudes held simultaneously. An example of something causing cognitive dissonance is knowing that it's sad and wrong for animals to die for your food, but it's what you have been conditioned to believe via your subconscious through the media, your parents, peers, society in general and therefore continue to eat meat and ignore where it comes from. This is why they call dead cows beef, and dead pigs pork. Why not call it cow or pig? That's too graphic and doesn't allow you to forget that those slabs of beef were a baby cow, or that pork was once a pig who have higher intellects than that of a dog. The subconscious works from a place of efficiency. It deteremines how you will react to any future situations long before you reach adult hood. Here's an example of how our way of life hurts us in ways we generally don't consider.

"It's dinnertime but there's no food in the house, so you get in your car and drive to the grocery store. You walk the aisles browsing for something to buy. You pick up chicken and a pre-made salad, then return home to enjoy your meal. Consider the ways your seemingly simple trip to the market affected the environment. Driving to and from the store contributed carbon dioxide to the atmosphere. The electricity required to light the store was powered by coal, the mining of which ravaged an Appalachian ecosystem. The salad ingredients were grown on a farm treated with pesticides that washed into local streams, poisoning fish and aquatic plants (which help keep the air clean). The chicken was grown on a massive factory farm a long distance away, where animal waste produced toxic levels of atmospheric methane. Getting the goods to the store required trucks, trains and more trucks -- all of which emitted carbon. Even the smallest human actions initiate environmental change. How we heat our homes and power our electronics, how we get around, what we do with our garbage, where our food comes from -- all of these put a strain on the environment beyond what it's designed to support. Taken at a societal level, human behavior changes the environment in dramatic ways. The Earth's temperature has increased by one degree Fahrenheit since 1975 [source: National Geographic]. The polar ice caps are shrinking at a rate of 9 percent a decade [source: National Resources Defense Council]. We hurt the environment in more ways than you could possibly imagine. Misguided construction, irrigation and mining can deface the natural landscape and disrupt important ecological processes. Aggressive fishing and hunting can deplete entire stocks of species. Human migration can introduce alien competitors to native food chains. Greed can lead to catastrophic accidents and laziness to environmentally destructive practices."