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Real human skeleton for sale! This is a male of Indian origin and was purchased from the University of Toronto in the 1980s. It was used for anatomical reference.

We can ship this skeleton worldwide, wherever human bones are legal. Price is in Canadian dollars and payment plans are available!

Buy it now on or email for additional information.

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Take a guided tour through the glorious and grisly detritus of Kill Joy’s Kastle: A Lesbian Feminist Haunted Housefrom October 17 – 30, as this haunted house becomes an immersive art installation. Kill Joy’s Kastle will be open each day from 4 – 8 pm (or by appointment) and groups are welcome, especially the unruly kind. This ground-up, maximalist, not-to-be-missed haunted house—nailed, knit, tie dyed and glued by a coven of dedicated feminists over the course of the past six months—provides a rare glimpse into Allyson Mitchell’s legendary craftivist world-view.

To book viewing appointments or class tours please contact: Emelie Chhangur at or Allyson Mitchell at

Join us at Kill Joy’s Kastle for two special events:

October 17, 8 pm: A musical performance by Berlin-based The Jolly Goods

October 17, 7:37:42 pm, The Full Hunter’s Moon arrives, accompanied by a penumbral lunar eclipse. Renowned Cursevoyant The Barreness von Haag (Alex Tigchelaar) invites you for a psychic reading of your menstrual cup and/or used menstrual products. Bring yours in for a detailed evaluation of your romantic, professional and political lesbian feminist future. The Barreness’ special friend Ms. Sheela Na Gig provides cunt fortunes. Worship before this pre-puritanical fertility and sex goddess and behold your destiny in her sacred and profane abyss.

Allyson Mitchell’s Lesbian Hell House is “fearfully” brought to you by the Art Gallery of York University (AGYU). AGYU is a university-affiliated public non-profit contemporary art gallery supported by York University, The Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Arts Council, the City of Toronto through the Toronto Arts Council, and our membership.