This is what a 19th century British assassin looked like

The skull belonging to British assassin John Bellingham has been used to create a digital reconstruction of the killer's face.

Bellingham shot British Prime Minister Spencer Perceval in the lobby of the Palace of Westminster on May 11, 1812. Four days later, after being convicted of the crime, Bellingham was hanged.

As was customary for someone accused of such an atrocious act, Bellingham's body was "anatomized", meaning his remains were studied by medical scientists.

Eventually, his skull ended up at the Queen Mary Pathology Museum in London, England, where it's currently on display.