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Funhouse History; Interesting Website
Topic Started: August 29 2007, 09:42 PM (2,384 Views)
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Did any part of this survive the auctions/vandalism/demolition?
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HubbDave
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How about the museum? Was that preserved in any way that you know of? Does Mr. Lanciani know?
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I think the guy from the Puppet Theater has a bunch of things he saved, but I am not sure if it was his personal items, or from the museum they had on site.

I am thinking of emailing him and buying his DVD
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