When dealing with the strange and spooky, one thing’s for certain: you will never, ever, ever be able to say “well, I’ve seen it all.” Case in point, just when I thought I’d heard of every possible place for people to claim they have seen the image of Jesus Christ, along comes Jim Lawry from Northeast Ohio, claiming he can see Christ’s image in a hunk of bird poop on his car windshield.
For your viewing pleasure, all of the images in The Strange and Spooky Museum can now be viewed in high resolution. Just hover over the image of your choice, wait for the Bony Finger to appear, then give it a click. The image will open up in a new window, where you can zoom to your heart’s content!
Why don’t you give it a try now? Below is one of the most popular additions to the Entertainment wing of The Museum: The Haunted eBay Painting. Go ahead and click on the painting to open it in a new window, then click on it again to zoom in, where you’ll be able to see all sorts of creepy little hands hidden in the glass panes.
Pardon the dust, but the time has finally come; The Strange & Spooky Museum is officially open! Just roll over the “The Museum” button at the top of this page to begin your journey! Enjoy and be sure to let me know what you think…or if you have anything I can take off your hands and add to the Museum’s collection!
Well, after years of being hounded to do this, I’ve finally decided to put my years of research into the whole “Paul Is Dead” urban legend online. So when the Strange & Spooky Museum cracks open its virtual doors on Sunday, February 9th, there will be an entire wing devoted to the materials I’ve collected about this fascinating subject.
It has been a long time coming (and thanks for your patience), but the time has finally come: The Strange & Spooky Museum is set to open up this week! It’s still a work in progress, so it will open up a little at a time, with at least 4 “wings” of the Museum to be fully open by this Sunday, February 10th. As the wings open up, you will be able to access them directly simply by clicking on “The Museum” at the top of this page, which will activate a drop-down menu so you can jump right to the wing of your choice.
And with this grand opening, I’m asking all my readers to help grow the Museum. You can do this in one of two ways. First, since the Museum is made up of a collection of items that I have a personal connection with, I want you to share YOUR personal connection to them, too. Let’s face it; I can’t be the only one out there who is obsessed with The Boy with the Boot. And surely, there are many of you who got the chance to ride the ferris wheel at Chippewa Lake Park when it was still in operation. So let me know about it and I will, in turn, add your story to the Museum (giving you full credit, of course). In this way, we’re not only growing the Museum, but also making sure the people and places within are never forgotten.