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Haunted Museums

A Virtual Online Tour

STORY BY YANCEY BRILEY

Talk, tales and urban legends about real Haunted Museums are nothing new. But is it the actual buildings location that is haunted? Or the many treasured items and attractions that are really possessed by ghosts and spirits?

Strange museums are nothing new, witchcraft museums, UFO's, and the down right weird and strange. Many will chill you to the bone others leave you with more questions then when you went in to explore.

Haunted America Tours actually features it's ever expanding Haunted Virtual Museum on line. It features Ghost Photos haunted works of Art, Strange places and Cryptids from around the world, And Some Photos of Very Haunted Dolls. It also features a haunted Museum online store.

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THE HAUNTED MUSEUM: ENTER  IF YOU DARE!

Can inanimate real objects such as paintings, a doll or a pile of bones be really haunted? Strange images appear in haunted paintings, Skulls are said to scream and strange looking items disturb us. Some spend the day browsing through but would you spend the Night at the Museum? www.hauntedamericatours.com/museum/hauntedmuseum.htm

ALSO SEE: HAUNTED AMERICA TOURS ~~ GHOST PHOTO GALLERY ENTER HERE, HAUNTED ART GALLERY ENTER HERE, HAUNTED DOLLS GALLERY ENTER HERE, HAUNTED MUSEUM GALLERY OF ODDITIES ENTER HERE, And The Haunted Museum Store Please Visit it Here.

Troy Taylor's- Ghosts of the Prairie - Welcomes you to the Haunted Museum - Ghosts of the Prairie's Chronicle of Ghost Research, from the Heyday of Spiritualism to the Modern Era. www.prairieghosts.com/museum.html

Museums around the world have always collected and cared for objects of scientific, artistic, or historical importance and make them available for public viewing through exhibits that may be permanent or temporary. Large museums are located in major cities throughout the world and more local ones exist in small cities. And sometimes many items are reputed to be cursed or haunted. And yes Ghosts travel with their exhibits or that is what many in the paranormal field believe.

We all know Museums can contain ghosts and cursed items. Just consider the Hope Diamond as one point of reference housed at the Smithsonian. Also the the Mutter Museum is a weird view into a world rarely seen by those outside the medical profession. It is truly an incredible collection of medical displays, recording the ravages of various diseases and malformed humanity. There is a thorough study of diseases, particularly plagues and epidemics, as well as disturbing harbingers of potential diseases of the future. In other words... it has lots of freaks in jars and body parts on display.

The Voodoo Museum www.voodoomuseum.com in New Orleans is said to house many haunted and cursed items dating back to the legendary Marie Laveau.

The Voodoo Museum is filled with Voodoo dolls, Curio's, and an actual haunted painting of Marie Laveau. Some locals tell of it's Founders ghost, Charles Gandolfo, haunting the building. The New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum is believed to be the only museum in the world dedicated to Real Voodoo.

There are very many types of normal and reported haunted or just plain weird museums, from very large collections in major cities, covering many of the categories below, to very small museums covering either a particular location in a general way, or a particular subject, such an individual notable person. Categories include: haunted fine arts, applied arts, craft, archaeology, anthropology and ethnology, history, cultural history, military history, science, technology, children's museums, natural history, numismatics, botanical and zoological gardens and philately.

The Museum of Witchcraft in Boscastle, Cornwall, 81.144.190.71/about_mow.php houses the world's largest collection of witchcraft related artifacts and regalia. Also the Salem Witch Museum /www.salemwitchmuseum.com- Salem, Massachusetts tells the tale of the famous witch trials of the 1600's.

The Museum in Hólmavík, In Hólmavík, the largest town in Strandir, the history of the witch-hunting's in 17th century Iceland is presented as well as various aspects of magic from younger sources. The exhibition deals with the people involved, who they were and what were they accused of, and what were the punishments. On display are also examples of grimoires, some from the period of burnings and others copied as late as the early twentieth century, and some of the feats sorcerers were supposed to accomplish according to folklore.

Each of the four exhibitions in Strandir region will present different aspects of 17th century history and why the people of Strandir have long been regarded as more knowledgeable in the occult than other Icelanders. www.vestfirdir.is/galdrasyning/exhibition.php

Even the Roswell UfO Museum comes to mind. Since the opening, the UFO Museum has outgrown two downtown locations landing it in the old Plains Theater on North Main in Roswell. The number of visitors continues to be the envy of many other tourist attractions in the state and requires continued growth. www.roswellufomuseum.com

A museum is a "permanent institution in the service of society and of its development, open to the public, which acquires, conserves, researches, communicates and exhibits, for purposes of study, education, enjoyment, the tangible and intangible evidence of people and their environment". But Many Haunted and strange or weird museums just fill peoples curiosity for the morbid, The unknown and the just plain strange. And others walk away from their visit with a new open mind.

The Louvre Museum www.louvre.fr/llv/commun/home.jsp?bmLocale=en in Paris, one of the largest and most famous museums in the world. Many Say the Ghosts of the old masters often walk the dark halls at night.

Winter Palace in Saint Petersburg, home of the Hermitage Museum www.hermitagemuseum.org, from the Palace Square. Is said to be haunted by ghost included in the many items in their vast collections.

The Ghosts of The Tower of London www.toweroflondontour.com, a museum of sorts holds many secrets and phantoms of a few famous ghosts, ranging from Thomas à Becket and King Edward V, to Tudor Queen Anne Boleyn and Lady Jane Grey. A ghostly rifleman and even a bear have also been spotted. The Tower of London historical site is one of Britain's most popular travel destinations.

The English "museum" comes from the Latin word, and is pluralized as "museums" (or, rarely, "musea"). It is originally from the Greek mouseion, which denotes a place or temple dedicated to the Muses (the patron divinities in Greek mythology of the arts), and hence a building set apart for study and the arts, especially the institute for philosophy and research at the Library established at Alexandria by Ptolemy I Soter c280 BCE This was considered by many to be the first museum/library.

History museums cover the knowledge of history and its relevance to the present and future. Some cover specialized curatorial aspects of history or a particular locality; others are more general. Such museums contain a wide range of objects, including documents, artifacts of all kinds, art, archaeological objects. Antiquities museums specialize in more archaeological findings. And whose to say these items are not haunted. A few well Known Paranormal Investigators believe it is the actual spirits or ghosts that lead people to their many haunted archaeological finds.

A common type of history museum is a historic haunted house and usually they are very haunted by previous owners and servants. A historic house may be a building of special architectural interest, the birthplace or home of a famous person, or a house with an interesting history. Historic sites can also become museums, particularly those that mark public crimes, such as Tuol Sleng or Robben Island. Another type of history museum is a living museum. Consider Hull House and the tales of the Devil Baby. And Many of the haunted Battl field Museums across the many States of America.

A living museum is where people recreate a time period to the fullest extent, including buildings, clothes and language. It is similar to historical reenactment. And as reported ghost sightings are more then just common place.

Many Paranormal Investigators usually over time set up their own personal collections of reported haunted items to investigate. Such was the case of the famous Warrens. It began with Annabelle: The Haunted Doll and progressed to extensive collection of possessed and haunted items.. Annabelle: The Haunted Doll In the 1970's a mother strolling along the street walked into a hobby store, and purchased a large Raggedy-Anne doll as a present for her daughter's birthday. Thus begins one of the most unusual cases of a possessed object on record. Annabelle's antics were so bad, she is now locked inside a protective glass case in an occult museum to keep her at bay.

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America's Real Haunted, Strange and Weird Museums

Ripley's Believe It or Not! www.ripleys.com is a franchise which deals in bizarre events and items so strange and unusual that readers might question the claims.

The Believe It or Not franchise started in 1918 as a newspaper cartoon panel featuring unusual and startling facts from around the world.

Conceived and drawn by Robert Ripley, the panel proved popular and was later adapted into a wide variety of formats, including radio, television, a chain of museums, a book series and a pinball game (produced by Stern Pinball, Inc.).

The Ripley collection includes 20,000 photographs, 20,000 artifacts and more than 130,000 cartoon panels. With 50-plus attractions, the Orlando-based Ripley Entertainment, Inc., a division of the Jim Pattison Group, is a global company with an annual attendance of more than 12 million guests. Ripley Entertainment's publishing and broadcast divisions oversee numerous projects, including the syndicated TV series, the newspaper cartoon panel, books, posters, games and mobile phone content. H.P.I and Haunted America Tours Own Ghost Writer Paul Dale Roberts was featured in A ripley's article once for his disco dancing skills. See: 20 QUESTIONS WITH Paul Dale Roberts

When Ripley first displayed his collection to the public at the Chicago World's Fair in 1933, it was labeled Ripley’s Odditorium and attracted over two million visitors during the run of the fair. That successful exhibition led to trailer shows across the country during the 1930s, and Ripley's collections were exhibited at many major fairs and expositions, including San Francisco, San Diego, Dallas and Cleveland. In New York, the famed Times Square exhibit opened in 1939 on Broadway. In 1950, a year after Ripley's death, the first permanent Odditorium opened in St. Augustine, Florida.

As of August 2006, there are 29 Ripley's Believe It or Not! Odditoriums around the world. Odditoriums, in the spirit of Believe It or Not!, are often more than simple museums cluttered with curiosities. Some include theaters and arcades, such as the one in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Others are constructed oddly, such as the Orlando, Florida Odditorium which is built off-level as if the building is sinking. The first one was opened in Chicago in 1933, where, in an apparent promotional gimmick, beds were provided in the Odditorium for people who "fainted" daily.

California

Hollywood, California OdditoriumSan Francisco - There is a Ripley's Museum located near Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco.
Buena Park, California - This Ripley's Odditorium is located in Buena Park's E-Zone district on Beach Boulevard. It is within close distance of Knott's Berry Farm as well as the now-closed Movieland Wax Museum.
Hollywood - There is a Ripley's Museum on Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California.

Florida

Orlando, Florida Odditorium St. Augustine - Ripley's oldest Odditorium, located in the Castle Warden, was purchased shortly after his death in 1949 and opened in 1950. Prior to becoming home to Ripley's vast collections from his many travels, "The Castle" as it is known, was once a hotel which played host to many famous guests, including Ripley himself and author/owner Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings. "The Castle" was originally a Moorish Revival style mansion, built in 1887 by millionaire William Warden as a winter home. The popularity and success of this museum led Ripley's associates to open new establishments throughout the United States and the world. But "The Castle" remains the permanent home of Ripley's personal collections and is the flagship of the Odditoriums. Perhaps not surprisingly, it is also rumored to be haunted. Segments of the most recent Ripley's TV series were filmed here, including the opening credits. Among the attractions here are a mummified cat, a 1/12 scale model of the original Ferris wheel made out of Erector sets, life and death masks of famous celebrities (including Abe Lincoln), and shamanistic apparatus from cultures around the world. It is at this museum where the ghost of Sanz McGillinz can be found drinking powerade.
Panama City - Opened in 2006, this Ripley's Odditorium is on Thomas Street at Panama City Beach and is designed to look like a 1950s luxury cruise liner that has run aground on the beach. In Panama City Ripley's Believe It or Not has a Moving 4-D Theater that is located on Thomas Street Panama City.
Orlando - This Odditorium is located on the busy International Drive tourist corridor.
Key West - The Ripley's Museum is located on the famous Duval Street.

Maryland

Ripley's shark being producedOcean City - The Ripley's Museum in Ocean City, Maryland is located on the boardwalk at Wicomico Street. It is a popular destination for tourists and it sits at the entrance to Jolly Roger's Pier Amusement Park. It features a large model of a shark that appears as if it has crashed through the museum.

Missouri
Branson - The Branson, Missouri museum looks like a stone edifice that was cracked by an earthquake. It was at this museum where Ripley's Believe it or Not filmed the "Halo" episode. Matthew Owen played Halo non-stop for 56 hours, breaking the old record by one hour and 22 minutes.

New Jersey
Atlantic City - The Ripley's Museum in Atlantic City, New Jersey is located on the boardwalk between New York Avenue and St. James Place. It is a popular destination for tourists. It is at this museum where Steven Sindad broke the World Record for most ranch dressing consumed in one sitting. He consumed 14 gallons, equal to about 50 bottles of ranch dressing.

New York
New York City - This museum opened on 42nd Street in July of 2007.

Oregon
Newport - The Ripley's Museum in Newport, Oregon is at the Historic Bayfront. One of three amusements known as Mariner Square. The other two are the Wax Works and the Undersea Gardens.

South Carolina
Odditorium in Myrtle BeachMyrtle Beach - The Myrtle Beach, S.C. museum looks like a building cracked by a hurricane. It is at the corner of 9th Avenue and Ocean Boulevard, across from the famed pavilion. Ripley's has three other attractions in Myrtle Beach besides the museum: an aquarium, a moving-theater attraction and a haunted house. This museum is wrapped in controversy as Patrick Mackay used the grounds before the museum was built as a graveyard for all of his victims.

Tennessee
Gatlinburg - The original Gatlinburg, Tennessee museum, built in 1970 by Jason Santuccio, was destroyed by a massive fire caused by a faulty light fixture in a neighboring shop on July 14, 1992. The museum had to be completely rebuilt. Some of Ripley's most prized and unique possessions were consumed by the blaze. The current museum opened in 1995, with a tribute to the city's firefighters included among the collections. Artifacts salvaged from the blaze sport "I Survived The Fire" decals. The new building also has nearly twice the amount of exhibit space as the original. As with some other Ripley museums, this building has a theme. The museum looks as if it has survived a major earthquake. The interior and exterior of the building feature cracks throughout, adhering to the theme. The original museum featured the same theme. The Ripley's Company has since opened several other attractions in the area, including a "four-dimensional" theater, a state-of-the-art aquarium, a haunted mansion, several arcades and two miniature golf attractions, all of which carry the Ripley's brand name and signature logo.

Texas
Grand Prairie - Ripley’s Museum is located on 601 East Safari Parkway in Grand Prairie, Texas. It's just west of downtown Dallas, Texas on I-30 Highway, and it is on the northwest intersection of Belt Line Road & I-30, approximately 5 miles East of Six Flags.
San Antonio - The Ripley's Museum is located across from the historic Alamo. Just a short walk down the road is Ripley's Haunted Adventure.

Virginia
Williamsburg - This Ripley's Museum in Williamsburg opened in 2006. It has 11 galleries and over 300 exhibits. Along with the museum there is also a 4-D theater.

Wisconsin
Wisconsin Dells - In the family resort town of Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin.

Wyoming
Jackson Hole - There is a Ripley's Museum in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Canada
Niagara Falls, Ontario - The museum in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada is shaped like the Empire State Building fallen over, with King Kong standing on top of it. In 2008, Ripley's will open an aquarium in Niagara Falls.
Cavendish, Prince Edward Island - Canada's only other Ripley's is located in Cavendish, Prince Edward Island. The museum is relatively close to Green Gables National Park. A lighthouse (the top broken) features the Ripley's sign. The museum is adjoined to a wax museum. It also features a mini-golf section.

England
Blackpool - The only Ripley's Believe It or Not! museum located in the UK is based in the popular holiday destination of Blackpool.
Great Yarmouth (closed) - There was an Odditorium in Great Yarmouth on the east coast of England. It opened 1993 and shut its doors early 1997. It closed because the owner said "People wanted something new"[1].

Asia
Pattaya, Thailand - The Ripley's Museum is in Royal Garden Plaza in Pattaya.

Genting Highlands, Malaysia - The Ripley's Believe It or Not! museum is located inside the First World Hotel in Genting Highlands, Malaysia.
Metro Manila, Philippines (closed) - In the Shangri-La Mall in Ortigas, there had been an Odditorium, though it shut down in early 2002, likely due to the relatively-high price of admission which costs too much for average Filipinos to afford. The museum had long held sagging visitor rates while located in a large portion of an upper floor of the premier mall.
Hong Kong, China (closed) - There was an Odditorium in The Peak, Hong Kong. It opened early 1998.
Kuwait City, Kuwait - The Ripley's museum is located in the Hadiqat Al Sheaab Amusement Park.


Gold Coast, Australia - There is a Ripley's Museum located at the popular tourist destination Surfers Paradise.
Mexico City, Mexico - Opened in 1992, the Mexico City's Ripley's Museum is shaped like a Medieval castle and has 14 exhibitions halls within it. It was the first of several Ripley's museums to open in Latin America.
Copenhagen, Denmark - A smaller museum located close to the city hall of Copenhagen, next to a the museum of H. C. Andersen.

Lizzie Borden www.lizzie-borden.com
Fall River Historical Society
Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast
Fall River, Mass.

"Lizzie Borden grabbed an axe, and gave her father 40 whacks"

More than 100 years later, Lizzie Borden has become a source of pride, and tourist dollars, for Fall River. The Fall River Historical Society offers an excellent Lizzie Borden presentation and exhibit. In addition to learning the facts of the case you'll see such goodies as a bed spread and pillow shams spotted with drops of blood, locks of the victims' hair, two paper tags neatly labeled "Mr. Borden's stomach" and "Mrs. Borden's stomach," a bloodstained camisole, and crime scene photos of Mrs. Borden sprawled dead behind the bed and Mr. Borden sprawled dead on the couch. Even more gruesome photos are on display, as well as "hairs taken from the hatchet," and a handleless hatchet, purported to be the weapon itself.

If you still haven't had enough of Lizzie, you can visit the scene of the crime, in fact you can even stay there—the home is now the Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast (restored to the "original look at the time of the murders"). You can stay in the Andrew and Abbey Borden Suite, or in the room where Abbey was actually killed.

Mutter Museum /www.collphyphil.org/mutter.asp
Philadelphia, Pa.

The Mütter Museum is a medical museum located in the Center City area of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. It contains a collection of medical oddities, anatomical and pathological specimens, wax models, and antique medical equipment. The museum is located at the College of Physicians of Philadelphia The original purpose of the collection, donated by doctor Thomas Dent Mutter in 1858, was medical research and education.

The museum is best known for its large collection of skulls and anatomical specimens including a wax model of a woman with a human horn growing out of her forehead, the tallest skeleton on display in North America, a 5'-long human colon that contained over 40 pounds of fecal matter, and the petrified body of the mysterious Soap Lady, whose corpse was turned into a soapy substance called adipocere. Many wax models from the early 19th century are on display as are numerous preserved organs and body parts. The museum also hosts a collection of teratological specimens (preserved human fetal specimens), a malignant tumor removed from President Grover Cleveland's hard palate, the conjoined liver from Siamese twins Chang and Eng Bunker, and a growth removed from President Lincoln's assassin, John Wilkes Booth.

According to a special that aired on TLC, this place is listed as #7 in the Top Ten Most Creepiest Destinations on Earth.

International UFO Museum & Research Center www.roswellufomuseum.com
Roswell, N.M.

The International UFO Museum & Research Center was founded by participants in the infamous Roswell Incident. The exhibits include a "Roswell Incident Timeline", a worldwide sightings map, "Ancient Cultures and their Connections to Extraterrestrial Life Forms", astronomy, and a children's area. The museum endeavors to present facts and be taken seriously. Alas this mission is undermined by the circus atmosphere that pervades Roswell, and it's hard to take anything seriously when confronted by an alien version of Rodin's Thinker called "Me Thinks Me Thinking" . . . which may be better off in another musuem already discussed.

New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum www.voodoomuseum.com
New Orleans

Located in the historic French Quarter at 724 Rue Dumaine. This is the real thing, so if you're interested in finding out more about this religion or if you're just curious check it out. The New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum provides a wide range of Spiritual services from custom Gris-Gris bags to spells. Owner, curator, and creator, Charles M. Gandolfo's Ghost, is now adays called upon for the specific performance of Private Voodoo Rituals.

The New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum is believed to be the only museum in the world dedicated to Voodoo.

The primary purpose of this museum is to represent the traditional practices of the Voodoo religion in New Orleans. The New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum brings together ancient and modern day Voodoo practices. While you are visiting the Museum, you may wish to have one of our practitioners prepare a special Gris-Gris bag just for you or someone you may know. Visiting the New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum is an interesting and educational experience for followers and skeptics alik

The Museum houses artifacts of the Great Voodoo Queen, Marie Laveau. Hours of operation are from 10 a. m. until dusk. Open daily.


Admission & Directions:
General Admission is 6.00 with special rates for students, senior citizens, military, and young children. Under 5 admitted free. For information on group rates, please call.

Located on rue Dumaine between Royal and Bourbon Streets.

Killville Historical Museum of the Strange www.getangry.com/museum/index.htm

Established in 1894 by Dr. Maurice A. Dalton upon his return from the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago. He realized that people would pay to see anything and he wanted a piece of the action. Killville Massachusetts and the surrounding area supplied him with all the freaks of flora and fauna that he needed and the museum opened to great fanfare in the fall of 1894 attracting thousands of visitors from around the world.

But by 1908 the museum had fallen on hard times. The good doctors affinity for the ponies, the bourbon and the ladies depleted his fortunes and the Killville Museum of the Strange closed it's doors in October of that year. The property was seized by the Commonwealth for back taxes and much of the collection was either sold at auction or donated to local universities. Dalton spent the rest of his days mostly drunk and died under mysterious circumstances in 1923.

In 1983 the Killville Historical Society embarked on the monumental task of retrieving what they could of the museum's collection and reopened the museum on it's one hundredth anniversary. In 2002 a suspicious fire ravaged the old Manhan Rendering Facility where the museum had found a home and much of the collection was lost.

After four years in limbo the museum has finally found a new home. It will soon be reopening as part of "Angry Johnny's Creepy Little Gallery" in nearby Easthampton Massachusetts. Many of the specimens have been painstakingly restored by our team of experts and new oddities continue to be found.

 


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