Results of a new study will certainly have some library-goers at Harvard University judging a book by its cover.

Experts have confirmed that a 19th century French book at one of the Ivy League school’s libraries is indeed bound with human skin.

Harvard’s student newspaper had alleged back in 2006 that three books were actually bound with human material, but further tests struck down those two other claims.

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