To the uninitiated, The Strange & Spooky Museum was born out of my being something of a pack rat. And while at first glance it may seem as though I collected anything, there was a method to my madness. Simply put, I focused on collecting things that were strange, spooky, and most important of all, could vanish in the blink of an eye. So while you’d expect to find (and you will) things like Bigfoot casts and haunted relics in the Museum, you can also see why memorabilia from roadside oddities like the world’s largest cuckoo clock and even offbeat attractions like Findlay’s Ghost Town make it in, too.
Whenever someone hears about my Strange & Spooky Museum, the very first question they ask is “where can I visit it”? The answer is, sadly, “you can’t right now.” That is, unless you want to come hang out in my guest bedroom, crawl through my attic, and rummage through my garage. Because that’s where, for now, the vast majority of The Strange & Spooky Museum is being stored. But not for long.
Plans are already being discussed to take the Museum on the road. Probably not all at once in the beginning. But don’t be surprised if you swing by my table at some convention in the near future and find yourself looking at such wonderful things like an official Boy with the Boot figurine and a mummified witch’s hand!
Keep in mind I’m always on the lookout for new additions to the Strange & Spooky Museum. So next time you’re cleaning out the garage and come across something a bit odd, drop me a line. Who knows? You might end up with a couple of extra bucks in your pocket and the satisfaction that you’ve helped make me a little stranger and spookier! So drop me a line at email@example.com if you’ve got something to share!
To access The Strange & Spooky Museum, you can use the pulldown menu by clicking “The Museum” tab at the top of this page. Or you can always click on any of the links below to enter a specific part of the Museum.
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