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Tutenstein the Mummy – Museum Exhibit

Tutenstein – The nickname of a 10-year-old Pharaoh named Tut-ankh-en-set-Amun (meaning “The Living Image of the Place of Amun”) featured on the Discovery Kids Channel fantasy cartoon TUTENSTEIN (2003-2008). For more than three thousand years his body was entombed in

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Annabelle the Doll – Monroe, CT

Annabelle the Doll is a haunted Raggedy Ann doll stored in a special glass case in the Occult Museum of psychic investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren in Monroe, Connecticut. The doll originally belonged to a nursing student named Donna whose

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Posted in Museums, Props, Toys, Dolls & Puppets

Dragon Dreams Museum – Chattanooga, TN

Dragon Dreams Museum and Gift Shop was located at 6724-A East Brainerd Road in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The museum is now closed due to the death of Barbara Newton, the museum’s owner/curator. Opened in 1991, the one-story museum housed a unique

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Wee Faerie Village, Old Lyme, CT

Wee Faerie Village is an outdoor event sponsored by the Florence Griswold Museum in Old Lyme, Connecticut. Located on the banks of the Lieutenant River. the museum was the former home of the Lyme Art Colony created by Miss Florence

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Posted in Fairy Houses and Doors, Gardens and Nature Trails
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