Praise for "Electrified Sheep" "A strangely compelling look at some of the bizarre, outlandish and peculiar experiments that have been attempted in the name of science."--Penny Le Couteur, coauthor of "Napoleon's Buttons: How 17 Molecules Changed History""" ""Electrified Sheep" quite brilliantly explains some of the more bizarre experiments performed in the name of scientific discovery with lashings of intellectual humour and a surprising amount of quality storytelling."--"Chemistry World "(UK)"" "Perfect summertime reading--preferably with a friend nearby who can be constantly interrupted with unsettling facts." --"The Daily Mail" (UK ) "Laugh out loud funny."--"Publishers Weekly"
About the Author
Alex Boese holds a master's degree in the history of science from the University of California, San Diego. He is the author of Hippo Eats Dwarf and Elephants on Acid - a fascinating tour through the weirdest science experiments ever conducted - and is the creator and curator of www.museumofhoaxes.com, which receives over a million page hits every month. He lives in San Diego.