And you played dead?
J-J. Grandville, from Vie privée et publique des animaux (Public and Private Life of Animals), under the direction of P. J. Stahl, Paris, 1867.
for Trends Journal
Dr. Walter Freeman demonstrating his transorbital lobotomy procedure to another doctor, 1941. Freeman was infamous for using icepicks to literally swirl around the contents of the brain, often without anaesthesia. Many of his unfortunate patients were permanently retarded after Freeman performed his “surgery”.