You’ll find only nightmare fuel in #Museum101.
It stands to reason that most museums around the world probably have at least one or two things on display that are insanely creepy, whether we’re talking about a cat with three heads or a clown statue that seems to have been crafted within the gates of Hell itself. Museums are old. They’re musty. They’re creepy. But what is the absolutely creepiest those creepy museums have to offer?
Harnessing the power of the internet to bring all the world’s creepiest relics together, someone launched the hashtag game #Museum101 this week, and the mission was simple: they encouraged every museum on social media to tweet a picture of their most unsettling possession. And lucky for us, many museum owners from around the globe excitedly got in on the fun.
Here’s some of the creepiest stuff we found using #Museum101.
— Behind the Scenes (@leedsregistrars) February 15, 2017
— Matthew Johnston (@MatthewJ_UK) February 15, 2017
— RCPSG Library (@RCPSGlibrary) February 15, 2017
— St.Catharines Museum (@StCMuseum) February 17, 2017
— PTBOMuseum&Archives (@OntheHill3) February 15, 2017
— Rowe (@idirosyncratic) February 15, 2017
— HE Archive (@HE_Archive) February 16, 2017
— Erin Williamson (@Erin_Will2) February 17, 2017
— Sophie R (@_Halfcanine) February 16, 2017
— Portable Antiquities (@findsorguk) February 15, 2017
— Wilbur D. May Center (@RenoMayCenter) February 15, 2017