2012: 54 brains being stored at a Harvard-affiliated research laboratory rendered useless after their storage freezer malfunctions.
1907: Phrenology aficionado Walt Whitman’s brain the subject of dispute and intrigue—was it stolen? Was it studied? Was it, as conventional science of the time believed it should be, larger than the brains of less accomplished men?
This is my favorite Deja Vu so far.