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odditorium

- A shop for oddities or oddments (broken parts or parts of once-complete sets).
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Other attractions include the renowned American Visionary Museum (dedicated to outsider art), the kid-mesmerizing Maryland Science Center (has three levels of exhibits, a planetarium and an Imax theater plus a special exhibit on blue crabs), the Port Discovery Children's Museum, Ripley's Believe It or Not Odditorium and the Baltimore Museum of Industry.
Once again we are following the adventures of young Grubb as he gets used to his role as an apprentice in the Odditorium; which is run by his newly discovered father Alistair Grim.
Alistair Grim's Odd Aquaticum tells of Grubb, an orphan and runaway chimney sweep, who enters the Odditorium and becomes apprenticed to Alistair Grim, a character most of the rest of England considers as a villain.
Wartime Americans read his incredible Believe It or Not illustrated stories--and he said he could "prove every statement" he made--on the funny pages daily, listened to his radio shows, watched his short films, and visited his Odditorium museums in a handful of cities to witness some of the world's strangest artifacts.
Ripley's Believe It Or Not operates over 80 attractions in ten countries around the world, including the Odditorium. In addition, Ripley's successful history includes book publishing, product licensing, radio and popular television shows.
The coach's owner takes him into his home, the Odditorium, and its otherworldly inhabitants.
"So that's why I built the Odditorium so we have film production, music production a studio of our own.
"Odditorium" consists of around 40 pieces, a result of the artist's study of emptiness and his new take on the arts.
Believe it or not, the item is part of the Black Friday madness at the Ripley's Times Square Odditorium. It will set you back about $25,000.
I worked the Odditorium, then joined the Ringlings' sideshow--that
Then it's off to the "Odditorium," which Wilson tells us is full of "tenebrous energy"--i.e., deformed fetuses and two-headed pigs in formaldehyde, a jar of assorted tumors, an actual pre-Columbian mummy, and wax sculptures of people being eaten by rats.