Image: Julia Pastrana the Mexican bearded woman (1834-1860). She suffered from congenital hirsutism combined with gingival hyperplasia. Displayed in the US as a circus attraction and the result of union between a woman and a bear, her manager made her pre
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NBCNews.com   |  February 13, 2013

Hometown burial for ‘Ape Woman’ from Mexico

The remains of an indigenous Mexican woman who joined the circus in 1854 as the “Ape Woman” are buried in her hometown of Sinaloa, Mexico. NBCNews.com’s Dara Brown reports.

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