Andrew Crosse was a British amateur scientist who was born and died at Fyne Court, Broomfield, Somerset. Crosse was an early pioneer and experimenter in the use of electricity. He became widely known after press reports of an electrocrystallization experiment he conducted in 1836, during which insects “appeared”. Wikipedia
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