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'Our goal is preservation' - Trading human bones

6 December 2022 - 9 mins
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Jon Pichaya Ferry discovered his love of bones at age 13, while growing up in Thailand. His father gave him a mouse skeleton which, “instead of it being creepy, dark and weird”, it kickstarted his passion, and in time he went from animal bones to selling human bones.

Founder and Owner of JonsBones, Jon Pichaya Ferry joined Sean on the show to discuss...

9 mins

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