Broken social scenes are everywhere these days.
And a group on the West Coast of Canada has decided to put a young man back together again, by restoring his severed head to life.
The head was part of a human skull that was found by hunters near B.C. in 2008.
The boy had been struck by a car.
He had died.
The group decided to do a posthumous reenactment to try and resurrect the man.
The project is called Project Tear.
The story of the project started in 2009 when a group from a nearby village decided to bring back a missing member of the family.
The man was the son of a village elder who had died a few years earlier.
When he was found, he was missing and had been decapitated with a knife.
The young boy’s skull had been cut off and the head was then placed back in the tree that was where he had been buried.
The family members decided to restore the head, which was originally a human head, and then try to recreate it.
That’s where the project came in.
They reassembled the skull and reconstructed the body.
The skull was reconstructed using the same method as the previous reconstruction.
The researchers then put the head back in a small wooded area near where the skull had once been.
The research is funded by the British Columbia Department of Natural Resources and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
The first project in the area involved the re-creation of the severed head.
The two other projects involve re-enactments of other missing persons, such as those from the 2011 Vancouver earthquake and the 2016 Halifax train wreck.
The projects will continue to be conducted as long as they are deemed appropriate, according to the project.