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This Museum Filled with ‘Retired’ Ventriloquist Dummies Is as Creepy as It Sounds

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Are you looking for a vacation that’s both educational and creepy beyond belief? Then have we got a place for you! Pack up the kids, get in the family station wagon, and head to the Vent Haven Museum in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky. Why will you be creeped out? Because the museum is filled with ventriloquist dummies whose owners have died.

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Cincinnati businessman William Shakespeare Berger started collecting dummies in 1910. By the time he died in 1972, Berger’s collection numbered more than 500.

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The collection became a non-profit museum that people can now visit seasonally from May through September. Enjoy these photos…and try not to have any nightmares tonight.

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