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Remembering that skulls tend to be widely used in art schools as practice for learning the underlying anatomy, I once dragged one home from the forest to use for life drawings.
And back home, the disturbingness factor went through the roof. Suddenly, I had a decapitated piece of a corpse, the remnants of a once living being, a dead creature's mind's cradle under my roof.
Of course, the creepiness disspiated within a few days. Now it calmly sits on my windowsill, staring at my drawings. Judging them. Silently.