Was Frankenstein's monster a man of many parts?
- marsLv 79 months agoFavourite answer
Yes, it kept Frankenstein in stiches...
- JackolanternLv 79 months ago
No. Actually the story arose from facts that involved the Frankenstein family in Germany many years ago when a chemist named Johann Conrad Dipple took over the Frankenstein castle after the Frankenstein family died out and had left it vacant. He had grown up in the castle as a child before going to a university in Germany to become a priest, but ended up a chemist instead. He was interested in the possibility of re-animating dead bodies and dug up all the Frankenstein families bodies buried in the family cemetery that he could experiment on. he was warned from the neighbors that no bodies outside the castle walls were to be exhumed. When he ran out of corpses, he began experiments on himself and the neighbors found him dead in his laboratory from taking something toxic. Mary Shelly heard of the story when she and friends traveling through the area and camped out in the castle and wrote the story of Frankenstein's monster. The creation himself never had a name. This is actual history and can be looked up as fact! The true story is as fascinating as the monster story itself.
- Weasel McWeaselLv 79 months ago
Yes, but when the villagers finally caught him, he went to pieces.
- Harley LadyLv 79 months ago
Yes, it made it difficult to check his ancestry!
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- martinLv 59 months ago
WEwill never be sure ,cause it could have been a woman ,named after Victoria
- pollyLv 79 months ago
Yes,it made him a real ampbeauty
- Big KahunaLv 79 months ago
Yes,that one part from an elephant made him very popular.