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Museums reveal their creepiest objects in Twitter battle

Category: From Within the Museum Field

“So who’s the winner of this impressive battle? It’s clearly us readers, who — while museums worldwide have had to shut up shop — can still peruse pictures of snaggle-toothed rat creatures and woodwormed ventriloquist’s dummies.”

– Maureen O’Hare

From fish-tailed monkey "mermaids" to creepy dolls, museums showcase their most terrifying collections on Twitter.

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