11 powerful images that may change your mind about abortion


From February through April of 1987, the bodies of little children who were victims of abortion were discovered at Michigan Avenue Medical Center. Their war-torn remains – little arms and legs, ribs, organs, and other identifiable body parts – were picked up and photographed before they were buried in St. Mary’s Cemetery in Evergreen Park, Illinois.

Today, the facility is closed, but abortionists are using the same procedures — D&E and D&C abortions — to destroy children in the womb. Former abortionist Dr. Anthony Levatino describes a D&E abortion procedure below:

The images are archived by Pro-Life Society at The goal: to give a face to the over 58 million preborn children who have been killed by abortion, and to expose the brutality and violence abortion inflicts on the almost 3,000 children who are being killed inside America’s abortion facilities today.

Warning: the images below are very graphic and may be disturbing to some readers.

Hand of baby aborted at 21 weeks

Foot of aborted baby at 21 weeks

Baby aborted at six months

Foot of a 21-week-old aborted baby, killed by D&E abortion procedure

Aborted baby at 24 weeks

Hand of aborted baby at 21 weeks

Rib cage of 12-week-old aborted baby with arm and hand intact; aborted by suction D&C procedure

Hands and feet of 21-week-old aborted baby

Aborted baby at 10 to 12 weeks; face, skull tissue, eyes, spinal column, and ribs can be clearly seen.

Face of a preborn child with feet, hand, rib cage, blood and placenta. Aborted at 21 weeks using the D&E abortion procedure.

Face of aborted baby at 21 weeks (D&E procedure)

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