Trivia: Where did 19th-century resurrectionists do their work?
Correct Answer: Cemeteries
So why is this answer correct? : In the 19th century, doctors hoping to study human anatomy would illicitly purchase and dissect bodies stolen from cemeteries by resurrectionists. Also known as body snatchers, resurrectionists would raid graves by night and earn a decent living on the black market until legal reforms increased the availability of cadavers and rendered their jobs obsolete.