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Michigan Has A Nun Doll Museum and…It’s Creepy

Category: From Within the Museum Field

“But once you step inside, you begin to feel that this collection of nun and priest dolls start to keep their eyes on you as you pass by.”

– Mark Frankhouse

With over 525 dolls and 20 mannequins, the Doll Museum at The National Shrine of the Cross in the Woods seeks to preserve Catholic heritage.

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