FILE - In this April 16, 1997 file photo, the embalmed body of Vladimir Lenin, founder of the Soviet Union, is on display in his tomb on Moscow's Red Square. Lenin is one of several world leaders whose bodies have been preserved and put on perpetual display, as Venezuela's government plans to do with Hugo Chavez. (AP Photo/Sergei Karpukhin, File)
A Vladimir Lenin statue has been transformed into Darth Vader
Vladimir Lenin, the Russian revolutionary and architect of the Soviet Union, died from syphilis caught from a Parisian prostitute and not from a stroke as has always been believed, new research has claimed.
Humans have always has this morbid fascination with death and the dead. Thus, they've always deemed to preserve their dead all through different ages and thousands of years. But what if the preservation was so perfect and flawless that the dead appeared to be completely alive and scare the creeps out of you. Watch out, 'cause you're in for a truly macabre experience.
Lenin’s Tomb....,Lenin's tomb is an attraction of particular historical significance in Moscow. At this mausoleum in Red Square, the embalmed body of Vladimir Lenin has been displayed since his death in 1924. It was an amazing thing to see. The REAL, in the flesh (covered in many layers of wax) Lenin. Strange, and yet mind numbing experience.