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We all have souvenirs -- items that remind us of a place we visited or thing we did. But what happens when, instead of remembering your trip to [[SouvenirLand Happy Fun Land]], you want to remember the time you murdered some orphans or decapitated your mortal enemy?

The Creepy Souvenir is a sufficiently morbid item that is kept to show off the horrible thing(s) a character has done. Mostly, it's human body parts -- heads, teeth, skulls, skin, fingers -- for obvious reasons. Sometimes, other personal items are taken, like dogtags, but the general rule is the bloodier, the better.

For extra bonus points, taxidermy it, because TaxidermyIsCreepy. The character might have an entire TrophyRoom of such things. Particularly disturbed individuals may carry the items around with them wherever they go.

Related to, but distinct from ALoveToDismember. Even most collectors of human trophies [[EvenEvilHasStandards don't go so far]] as to "[[ILoveTheDead use]]" the body parts.

Crosses over occasionally with SkeletonsInTheCoatCloset, GenuineHumanHide, ShrunkenHead and HavingAHeart. Compare BattleTrophy, CollectorOfTheStrange, StalkerShrine, KitschCollection, DecapitationPresentation.

Note that this is different from using body parts for [[HumanResources religious, medical, magical, or other purposes]], although that's no less creepy.

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[[folder:Comic Books]]
* Mr. Zsasz from the ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' comics carves a tally mark into his body every time he kills someone. His whole body is covered in them.
* One ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'' short story centered on a man trying to become famous by growing the world's largest nose -- and falling afoul of a collector of body oddities, who wanted to mount the nose on a plaque. Eventually, Judge Dredd finds his hideout, with an extensive collection of heads, arms, and other parts, each one notable in some way -- and each one taken forcibly and likely fatally.
* Perhaps the strangest example is consul Enshu Atsukau from ''ComicBook/{{Sillage}}'': he uses his telepathy to seduce females of various species. The addition to his harem is marked by a connection to a machine that links their neural systems to his in a permanent empathic link -- which requires one of their eyes to be replaced by a cybernetic implant. The machine is surrounded by row upon row of small jars with their removed eyes floating inside.
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[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* Captain Love in ''Film/TheMaskOfZorro'' keeps his enemies' body parts in jars of alcohol and [[IAmAHumanitarian drinks from them]], supposedly to gain insight on their strategies. This becomes much creepier when he invites Alejandro to drink from the jar containing ''his own brother's head''.
* In ''Film/Cube2Hypercube'', a man who's been in the hypercube for some time starts killing and [[IAmAHumanitarian eating others]] and wearing their watches/dog tags as souvenirs.
* The Franchise/{{Predator}} collects skulls from its prey, including intelligent ones. We get to see a very impressive display at the end of ''Film/{{Predator 2}}'', including the elongated skull of a [[Franchise/{{Alien}} Xenomorph]], laying down the foundation for the ''Franchise/AlienVsPredator'' franchise, and the Predators give Harrigan a flintlock pistol.
* In ''Film/AlienResurrection'', Ripley [[TongueTrauma pulls out an alien's head-bursting tongue]] and gives it to Call as a souvenir, who is disgusted.
* ''Franchise/StarWars'':
** General Grievious carries a collection of lightsabers from the Jedi he has killed.
** Boba Fett kept Wookiee scalps on his belt as trophies of his kills.
* ''Film/UniversalSoldier'' starts out with a rogue soldier killing Vietnamese civilians -- to emphasize his insanity, he wears a necklace of human ears.
* The main villain from ''Film/BattleBeyondTheStars'' collects limbs from people he killed - and use them to replace his own. This comes back to bite him when one of his victims was a member of a hivemind who could still control the arm and tried to strangle him.
* Narrowly averted in the Holocaust drama ''Film/{{Amen}}'', when the [[MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate SS Doctor]] shows up at Kurt Gerstein's house and offers to show his children a "genuine Judeo-Bolshevik skull". Gerstein is horrified and tries to stop him, though he turns out all he's carrying is an [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain ape's head]] made of chocolate. But by this point of the film, neither Gerstein nor the audience would have put it past him.
* In ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd'', when Captain Jack Sparrow asks his father "How's mom?", Captain Teague presents him a shrunken head. "She looks... great!"
* ''Film/DriveAngry'':
** Jonah King has a cane partially made out of a human femur, which he reveals belonged to Milton's daughter.
** [[spoiler:Milton keeps Jonah King's skull as a souvenir after delivering on his promise that he would drink from it.]]
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[[folder:Gamebooks]]
* ''Literature/LoneWolf''
** In ''The Chasm of Doom'', book 4 of the series, Lone Wolf can fight against a large Vassagonian warrior wearing [[http://www.projectaon.org/en/xhtml/lw/04tcod/ill1.htm a necklace of shrunken heads]].
** The south gate of the Darklands city of Kaag is adorned with the huge skull of Nyxator (the CrystalDragonJesus figure of Magnamund), and covered by the dragon's preserved hide, as a trophy for the Darklords.
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[[folder:Literature]]
* ''Literature/TheBoneCollector'' is about a murderer whose SignatureStyle involves removing bones from each of his victims.
* The famous French short story "La Main" ("The Hand") by Creator/GuyDeMaupassant is about a hunter who cut off the arm of his enemy, dried it in the sun, and hung it in his living room. Later, the man is found dead, with marks on his neck showing he was strangled... and [[HelpingHands the hand in the living room is missing]].
* In ''Literature/FalseMemory'' by Creator/DeanKoontz, [[PsychoPsychologist Dr. Ahriman]] has his father's eyes. Literally. He seems to have some kind of twisted fetish for eyes and tears.
* In one short story, an assassin kills a man who turns out to be a serial killer (which is a part of a larger plot between gods -- Loki has survived to modern times and uses serial killers to gather human nails that he needs to build his ship) -- the assassin enters the man's house and starts retching when he finds a whole wall of jars full of eyeballs staring at him.
* In ''Savages of Literature/{{Gor}}''/''Blood Brothers of Gor'', the Red Savages (FantasyCounterpartCulture to Plains Indians) regularly scalp their enemies.
* Bennat Ladradun in Creator/TamoraPierce's ''[[Literature/CircleOfMagic Circle Universe]]'' keeps a shelf full of mementos that he takes from fires in which he makes a difference (he is a semi-professional firefighter). However, [[spoiler:excepting one (his dead wife's hand, complete with matching melted ring), they are actually mementos from the fires that he set]].
** And over in her Tortall-verse there's George from TheSongOfTheLioness books who often cheerfully references his collection of ears. Unusually for the trope he's one of the good guys - indeed he's one of the romantic leads [[spoiler: and the man our protagonist ends up marrying]].
* ''Literature/TheSilenceOfTheLambs''. Buffalo Bill collects parts of the skin of his victims to make a woman suit. This is actually lampshaded when Clarice mentions that most {{serial killer}}s keep souvenirs of their victims.
-->'''Lecter:''' I didn't.\\
'''Clarice:''' No. No, [[ImAHumanitarian you ate yours.]]
* Goth and Throbb, the cannibal antagonists in ''Literature/{{Silverwing}}''. They eat a whole group of bats and wear their metal bands as trophies.
* In the ''[[Literature/TheWitcher Witcher]]'' novels, PsychoForHire Leo Bonhart keeps a collection of witcher talismans.
* ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'':
** The Tattered Prince is a mercenary leader known from wearing a cloak stitched from rags of cloaks of his defeated enemies.
** One of the barbarian leaders wears a necklace of ears from defeated enemies. Unusually for the trope, all of them had been left alive -- they can come back to challenge her and get their ears back if they ever find the courage.
** The House of Bolton has a notorious reputation for [[FlayingAlive flaying their enemies alive]] and wearing cloaks made out of their skin.
* In ''Literature/SixteenThirtyTwo'', Gunther Achterhof of the Magdeburg Committee of Correspondence was said to carry around the ears, noses, and [[GroinAttack private parts]] of two soldiers he had killed before joining the [=CoC=], in revenge for the killing of his family by an army passing through the area.
* In the ''Literature/WarriorCats'' series, members of [=BloodClan=], a group of vicious strays in the city, collect teeth from cats and dogs they have killed, wearing them as SpikesOfVillainy on their collars. (This started when their leader, as a young cat, attempted to use a loose dog tooth he found to try getting his collar off, only to get the tooth stuck. When others asked about the tooth, he claimed he killed a dog and took the tooth as a trophy, and from there the idea took off and became true.)
* In ''Literature/HarryPotter'', Voldemort has this trait. A flashback shows that he did it even as a child, stealing keepsakes from children he had magically tormented. [[spoiler: This habit results in a minor NiceJobFixingItVillain moment, as it allows Dumbledore and later Harry to deduce the locations and identities of Voldemort's Horcruxes.]]
* In the ''Literature/{{Redwall}}'' series, the vixen Silvamord wears a skirt made of the tails of other creatures. This would be roughly the ''Redwall'' world's equivalent of wearing a skirt made of people's arms or something. Her [[UnholyMatrimony husband]] wears a wolf skin, which is just as bad, and a few other characters wear their enemies' skins or teeth.
* Referenced in ''Discworld/TheFifthElephant'':
-->''"There had been that... bad business with that little girl and those men over at Dolly Sisters, and when Sam had broken in to the men's lodging he found one of them had stolen one of her shoes, and [Lady Sybil had] heard Detritus say that if he hadn't been there, only Sam would have walked out of the room alive..."''
* Played with in ''Literature/TheKaneChronicles''. You'd expect a goddess known for HuntingTheMostDangerousGame to keep something a bit more gruesome than pockets torn out of her victims' clothing, [[FridgeBrilliance but then again]] [[ComboPlatterPowers she's also the goddess of crafts]].
* In ''[[Literature/VorkosiganSaga A Civil Campaign]]'' Miles is showing his fiance around Vorkosigan House when he finds a collection of Cetagandan scalps that had been presented to his grandfather Count Piotr by his guerilla followers during the Cetagandan war. Miles says he doesn't know what to do with them (the option of throwing them away probably would have been perceived as a gratuitous insult to the Dendarii hillmen's loyalty), and muses that TheEmperor might use them as a TakeThat to Cetagandan diplomats but otherwise they would just have to stay in the attic.
* The AlternateHistory novel ''Resurrection Day'' by Brendan [=DuBois=] takes place in a United States where the Cuban Missile Crisis turned into WorldWarIII. The US is a military dictatorship ruled by General Ramsey "Rammer" Curtis. While looking around his house, the protagonist is disgusted to find a melted brick from Moscow's Red Square, embedded in several inches of glass with radiation warning signs.
* In "The Golden Spinning Wheel" from ''Literature/ABouquet of Czech Folktales'', the heroine's wicked step-mother and her step-sister murder the poor girl and keep her legs, arms and eyes. The step-sister looks just like the heroine and takes her place as a nobleman's bride. They later trade the human remains for parts of a precious golden spinning wheel.
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[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* ''Series/{{Dexter}}'':
** Dexter keeps blood sample slides of all his victim in his apartment, hidden in a box in his air conditioner. In the books, he keeps them on his [[HiddenInPlainSight bookshelf]]. The idea is that, as a serial killer, he can't stop himself from taking a trophy, and the tiny, easy-to-hide, easy-to-get-rid-of slides are a pretty good idea. [[spoiler:Even in their "convenient to hide" form, the trophy box bites him in the ass when Doakes finds it...]] In season 7, [[spoiler:when his sister Debra finds out about him,]] he decides to get rid of them.
** The Ice Truck Killer from season 1 was killing prostitutes. He exsanguinated their bodies and staged their chopped up body parts to taunt the police. He stored the blood in the freezer, but it was later subverted -- he used it for another staged crime scene.
** In season 3, Miguel Prado tries to take a ring from his victims, and he takes one from Ellen Woolf.
** The Trinity Killer from season 4 kept plaques from various places all over the USA [[HiddenInPlainSight on the wall in his living room]]. They marked houses he built for a charity organization, but also each cycle of his murders. [[spoiler:Also, a small boy was buried in the concrete foundations of the houses.]] He was sending postcards to his daughter from those places as well.
** The rape gang members from season 5 apparently indulge in this trope. Boyd, the killer of the women and the last link in the chain, keeps numbered strands of their blonde hair. Another member took a piece of their jewellery. They made videos of torturing and raping them, and kept the numbered [=CDs=], and finally, their leader Jordan Chase has a vial with blood of their first victim and wears it around his neck as a pendant.
** A serial killer nicknamed Tooth Fairy from season 6 has a tin box with his victims' teeth.
** Louis Greene, a wannabe serial killer (or just a really weird guy) acquires the prosthetic hand that belonged to the Ice Truck Killer.
** Speltzer from season 7 was a very disturbing serial killer who would persuade young women to come to see him... to houses and buildings he tailor-made as mazes to chase them there while wearing a creepy Minotaur-like mask. When he killed them, he took their earring and put it on display in a mausoleum in a local cemetery.
* In the season 8 finale episode of ''Series/NewTricks'' "Tiger Tiger", the team discover that their victim [[spoiler:was the first victim of a SerialKiller, who collected parts from his victims and stored them in old VHS tape boxes.]] To add to the creepiness factor, the bad guy kept the body parts in {{Punny Name}}d video cassette boxes too. The fingers were kept in a box marked "''Goldfinger''".
* [[NoNameGiven The unnamed]] hitman in "Battleground" (adapted from the short story by Creator/StephenKing) collects trophies from his victims, usually a personal item from their room. When he murders a toymaker, it's implied that this habit enables his witch mother to track the hitman to his apartment.
* From ''Series/{{Angel}}'': Connor, upon returning to Earth from a hell dimension, carries around bits and pieces of demons he's killed. At one point, after a fist fight with a drug dealer, he cuts the guy's ear off to add to his collection.
* Ronon Dex of ''Series/StargateAtlantis'' has the handle of his faithful RayGun wrapped in Wraith hair. A DeletedScene also has him showing Carter a necklace made from the fingerbones of Wraith he killed.
* ''Series/TheXFiles'':
** A mutant serial killer who appeared in "Squeeze" and "Tooms" took small trophies from his victims, e.g. a coffee mug, an ornamental snowstorm globe or a hairbrush. Agents Mulder and Scully find this kitschy collection in his apartment.
** "Irresistible": A necrophiliac who started to look for living victims had a hair and nail fetish. He took some fingers from dead bodies and also from a prostitute he killed. The FBI found a pillow stuffed with human hair in his bedroom and a box in his freezer that contained [[BreadEggsMilkSquick ice, Brussels sprouts, and a human finger with fingernail, painted bright red]].
** "Our Town": The town of cannibals kept victims' heads in a cabinet. They were found at Mr Chaco's, but the whole town was guilty.
** "Paper Hearts": John Lee Roche was a serial killer who murdered sixteen little girls. He cut a piece of fabric in the shape of a heart from their clothes. He placed the cloth hearts in a copy of ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'' and kept the book in his car, thus being the 'carrying the trophies by himself' variety.
* ''Series/{{Firefly}}'': It was said about Reavers that they skinned people alive, raped them repeatedly, ate their flesh and ''then'' murdered them. They kept the skins as trophies and their spaceships were covered with blood. They even tied whole corpses to the front of their ships. [[spoiler:Mal used this piece of knowledge to trick them while Dressing as the Enemy in the BigDamnMovie, giving Shepherd Book the "honour" of being centre on Serenity's nose. They later gave him a proper burial on Mr. Universe's planet.]]
* Subverted in one episode of ''Series/MurdochMysteries''. A suspect was seen talking with a victim on a train and he admitted he liked her a lot. They found he has home-made jewellery made of human hair of multiple people, and the victim's hair is among them. However, she gave it to him voluntarily while she was alive. Jewellery from human hair was still seen as very weird, but he was not her murderer.
* Comes up a few times in ''Series/{{Hannibal}}'', where it's noted that a common part of SerialKiller pathology is collecting trophies from their victims.
** The Behavioral Sciences team theorise that the Chesapeake Ripper, a serial killer who removes organs from his still-living victims, is keeping the organs as surgical trophies. [[ImAHumanitarian The audience knows what the Ripper is REALLY doing]].
** The presence of human remains in home-made fishing lures -- specifically, bits of tissue, bone and hair from the known victims of a serial murderer -- is the smoking gun which convinces the Behavioral Sciences team that [[spoiler:Will Graham]] is an active serial killer. [[spoiler:It's a frame-up, and by the time Graham is seemingly exposed as a killer, the audience knows who's really responsible.]]
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[[folder:Music]]
* Music/TomLehrer's song "I Hold Your Hand in Mine":
-->''I hold your hand in mine, dear, / I press it to my lips.\\
I take a healthy bite from / Your dainty fingertips.\\
My joy would be complete, dear, / If you were only here,\\
But still I keep your hand as / A precious souvenir.\\
The night you died I cut it off. / I really don't know why.\\
For now each time I kiss it / I get bloodstains on my tie.\\
I'm sorry now I killed you, / For our love was something fine,\\
Until they come to get me / I shall hold your hand in mine.''
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[[folder:Pinball]]
* In ''Pinball/ScaredStiff'', [[Creator/ElviraMistressOfTheDark Elvira]] is seen using a hollowed-out skull as a popcorn bowl.
* One of the ingredients that players must collect in the ''[[Pinball/GilligansIsland Gilligan's Island]]'' pinball is a shrunken head.
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[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}''/''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'':
** Champions of Khorne collect skulls from their victims. These are usually piled up in some sort of a shrine, though many a champion carries a couple of favourites with himself, often by skewering them on some SpikesOfVillainy.
** Many warriors from ''Warhammer''. The most prominent among those are Gorthor, who wears a fur cloak made of [[GenuineHumanHide the skins of beastmen shamans]] he killed (showing his badassitude, as well as his belief that gods are with him - he can freely kill a shaman and suffer no curse for it), and the ratmen warlord Queek headtaker who, showing courage unharacteristic for his race, loves single combat and goes to battle with an actual trophy rack on his back.
** Inverted for the Slaaneshi champion Lucius the Eternal in ''Warhammer 40000''. Lucius is blessed with an ability to "always triumph" -- allowing him to reincarnate in the body of his killer, as long as they feel at least a bit of satisfaction over the deed, fusing them into his suit in the process. So every screaming face on his armor is someone who managed to beat ''him'' in the past.
* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' module G1 ''Steading of the Hill Giant Chief''. One chest has some dwarf and elf ears, presumably taken from victims the giants killed.
* Jaqueline Montarri, a cursed villain from ''TabletopGame/{{Ravenloft}}'', collects the [[AndIMustScream animated still-conscious]] heads of women she's decapitated.
* In ''TabletopGame/LegendOfTheFiveRings'', there is an ogre who fancies himself a sort of a samurai -- his symbol is a collection of mons from samurai he killed, stitched together.
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[[folder:Video Games]]
* In the Meet the Medic video for ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'', [[MadDoctor the Medic]] is revealed to be keeping the living head of a Blu Spy in his refrigerator. He also has several still-beating hearts in there.
* ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'' champion Rengar uses this as a game mechanic. He can purchase an item called the Bonetooth Necklace that gives him trophies on a kill or assist. The necklace gives various bonuses depending on how many trophies he's stacked up. More explicitly morbid is the ultimate upgrade it can recieve, the Head of [[TheRival Kha'Zix]].
* In ''VideoGame/GrimFandango'', Hector [=LeMans=] owns a greenhouse surrounded by a seemingly endless field of flowers. That by itself doesn't sound bad... except in this game plants are a symbol of [[DeaderThanDead death within death]], and all of that green beauty is actually the remains of people who have been killed by Hector over many years.
-->'''Manny:''' (looking at the water tanks outside the greenhouse) Hector supplies water to keep the flowers alive? Does he see them as a memorial, or as trophies?
* It's hard not to get this vibe off some of the costume outfits in ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'' and ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}''. Raider sadist armor has a pair of severed hands hanging off the hip, and the Merc adventurer outfit has a necklace of teeth.
* ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'':
** In the Adventure mode of the game, humanoid bosses often wear creepy items like "elf bone earring" or "human nail crown". It is not mentioned directly, but, with the extensive killings lists and overall badassery of the owners, the game strongly implies that these items are made from the remains of their previously slain enemies.
** There's one player who ''modded in genitals'' for humanoids so he could have his character cut them off his kills and carry them around in a sack, and then he started ''using the sack as a weapon''. Thankfully, at some point he had a moment of clarity and asked himself, "''[[MyGodWhatHaveIDone What the fuck am I doing?!]]''" and deleted the save file.
* Somehow done unintentionally in the ''VideoGame/PacManAndTheGhostlyAdventures'' LicensedGame -- Pac collects ''the eyeballs of the ghosts he defeats.'' The dialogue introducing this mechanic briefly lampshades its strangeness, but it ends up painting Pac as a deranged serial killer of some kind.
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[[folder:Web Comics]]
* ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'':
** At one point, Belkar beheads Yikyik the kobold and wears his head as a hat. He later uses the head of Yokyok, the son of the first kobold, as a tortilla bowl.
--->'''Belkar:''' [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0835.html You know, I sort of have this running joke going where I turn the head of the Linear Guild's kobold-of-the-day into something wacky.]]
** Roy Greenhilt initially wanted to wear Xykon's teeth as a necklace in case of a victory, but after the lich was blown to bits, he settled on Xykon's crown.
** Gannji the lizardfolk mentions that keeping a Creepy Souvenir is common amongst ogres. So, when his friend Enor (an ogre/blue dragon hybrid) is forced to kill him, Gannji suggest he keep his tail as trophy in order to resurrect him later.
* In ''Webcomic/TheGreatestGift'', Astra and Mars find a locked box formally owned by the second BigBad, Venus [[spoiler:(actually Jupiter, Astra/Venus' twin sister who stole her name)]] who's a SerialKiller. The contents aren't as bloody as one would expect, but none the less creepy, not to mention traumatic for [[spoiler: Astra.]] The contents are [[spoiler:the severed head of Astra's doll (which Jupiter beheaded just for spite), a piece of the tea pot she used to permanently scar Astra's head, and (most befitting of this trope) the rope Jupiter used to ''strangle their mother to death'' while Astra was ForcedToWatch.]] As if we needed another reminder that Venus was a psychopath.
* In ''{{Homestuck}}'', after Tavros' [[spoiler:atrophied legs]] are sawed off, [[{{Yandere}} Vriska]] decides to keep them. She wasn't the one who sawed them off. She ''was'' responsible for [[spoiler:the incident that left Tavros crippled and unable to walk]], but that's another story. And after [[spoiler:Tavros']] death, Gamzee cuts off his head and [[ALoveToDismember makes out with it.]] That boy just can't catch a break, can he?

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[[folder:Web Original]]
* ''Website/SFDebris'': A review of "Winter Is Coming" from ''Series/GameOfThrones'' has a hilarious InUniverse DrinkingGame: take a shot for every severed head and for every naked girl. One head fallen off was presented as this trope: "Here's a souvenir for some lucky fan!"
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[[folder:Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'': Lockdown's habit of taking body parts from his victims is a combination of this and robot OrganTheft. If he sees something he likes, he either adds it to his wall of trophies or [[TheAssimilator integrates it into himself.]]
** Rattrap brags in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/BeastWars'' that he has been collecting pieces of the Predacons that are blown off during battle. He claims that he can completely reconstruct [[TheChewToy Waspinator]] from the parts he's found.
** Wheelie of all bots is shown wearing a necklace made of Sharkticon teeth in a children's book, "The Story of Wheelie, the Wild Boy of Quintesson."
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', a robot named Atlas kidnapped Beast Boy, Starfire, Raven, and Cyborg and challenged Cyborg to a match and said that he would keep the other Titans as trophies if Cyborg lost. Thankfully, Cyborg won.
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{SpongeBob SquarePants}}'', Spongebob and Patrick accidentally unfreeze Manray, who was Mermaidman and Barnicleboy's worst enemy, kept in frozen tartar sauce as a souvenir.
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'', we learn that Bullock likes to collect human fingers, a habit he claims he started when he was in Vietnam. He then explains that he was only in Vietnam a few years ago.
* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' had a clone who collected droid fingers from battles. In-universe, it was considered contraband and downright creepy.
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