A LIVE autopsy was watched by more than 1,000 people at Halesowen College.

The college on Whittingham Road hosted the Post-mortem Live show to give visitors the chance to experience the incredible work of the post-mortem and forensic processes.

Over fourteen-hundred visitors attended across six showings at the college, with organ specimens dissected and observed to demonstrate the science used behind forensics and pathology.

The interactive exhibition offers participants an invaluable opportunity to gain insights into the fascinating world of pathology and forensic science.

Zoe Hamblin, Science, Forensic and Access Tutor at Halesowen College said: "Working alongside Post-mortem Live has been a fantastic opportunity, the hands-on experience was incredibly valuable, so we were delighted to bring the real science to Halesowen College.”

Sam Piri, CEO and Founder of Post Mortem Live said it "is an invaluable tool for contextualizing the learning of anatomy and physiology, benefitting both current healthcare professionals and the general public fascinated by human anatomy."