Monday, November 17, 2008


Museum Screens Patrons Before They See Death

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A creepy museum in Los Angeles has a strict screening policy before they let anyone through their deadly doors.

The Museum of Death displays the most graphic and gruesome evidence of death around, including photos of grisly crime scenes and videos of murders, suicides, and executions.

Co-owner Cathy Shultz says our culture is fascinated by death, but she doesn’t let just anyone into her morbid den of destruction.

She explains, “We have extremely graphic things on display. People have passed out before. We call that a falling down ovation.”

Shultz tests every person who walks in by first showing them a picture of a man who has been run over by a truck.

She says, “His body is splattered all over the concrete. If they can get by that, then they should be good.”

Despite being selective of her customers, Shultz admits to once granting a five-year-old girl entrance because she had “great questions” and seemed genuinely fascinated.

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