MummificationDue to his interest in mummies & Egyptology, Friedrich Heinrich Johann von Fahrenheid decided to have all his deceased family members mummified. Currently there is no information available on the mummification process used for the Fahrenheid mummies. Unfortunately the Fahrenheid mummies were badly damaged by Soviet soldiers, as they broke into the family's mausoleum near the end of World War II and mutilated the Fahrenheid mummies.
The mausoleum is also a fairly humid environment, causing even more rapid decay of the bodies, although they are said to remain partially mummified. The Fahrenheid mummies in the Rapa Pyramid mausoleum to this day. It has now been barred and bricked off in order to prevent any further disturbance of the dead of the Fahrenheid family.
The Fahrenheid mummies appear to be unstudied by scientific experts. We do know that the mummies were stored in coffins, however we also know they were seriously damaged by Soviet Soldiers.
Pathology on the Fahrenheid mummies is not available, as they have not been the subject of proper scientific or archaeological study.
AdditionalThe Rapa Pyramid was built in Eastern Prussia (A state within Imperial Germany prior to World War I), which is located today in Rapa, Poland as a result of post WWII border changes. The Rapa Pyramid mausoleum is 15.9 meters high and 10.4 meters wide.
Additional information about the Fahrenheid family and the Rapa Pyramid can be found through the external links below.
AdamTKincaid. (n.d.). Rapa Pyramid: A peculiar family mausoleum built by a German nobleman captivated by the occult. [web log comment] Retrieved from https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/rapa-pyramid
Adam, C. (2010, February 22). The pyramid of Rapa (Kleinangerapp). [web log comment]. Retrieved from http://vergessene-orte.blogspot.ca/2010/02/die-pyramide-von-rapa-kleinangerapp.html
Janericloebe. (2012, August 16). File:Rapa Piramida 005.JPG [Pyramid in Rapa]. Retrieved November 13, 2017, from https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=11273472
Mzopw. (2010, August 16). File:Rapama.jpg [Mummy from the pyramid in Rapa.]. Retrieved November 13, 2017, from https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=17267
Pyramid in Rapa. (n.d.). Retrieved November 10, 2017 from Wikipedia: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyramide_in_Rapa
Sapere Aude. (2014, January 27). Former East Prussia/Ostpreußen/ Rytų Prūsija/Prusy Wschodnie/ Восточная Пруссия. Places & heritage . Message posted http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1540294&page=70