Frederick Drimmer

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Frederick Drimmer (August 7, 1916 – December 24, 2000) is the author of The Elephant Man, a book about Joseph Merrick, who suffered from Proteus Syndrome. He is also the author of Very Special People, about famous sideshow people and the deformed, and Until You are Dead..., concerning the history of executions in the United States.