Photos of the Museum of Hoaxes

Some of you have asked about the images of the Museum that appeared in the piece on CNN. They were created by Eric Schucard of Carlsbad, CA about a month ago (he was hoping I could get USA Today to run them, but no such luck). I've uploaded them so everyone can check them out. At some point (when I'm done with the book) I'll redesign my 'About the Museum' page to incorporate them.
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Miscellaneous Photos

Posted on Tue May 03, 2005

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Oooh.. I like the first one the best, though the third is somehow more 'realistic'..
Posted by Bobcat  on  Tue May 03, 2005  at  09:34 PM
Cool, Alex! And I thought it was only a book-cover. Of course, the frontpiece pictured on your book would be prime, in reality. Cool digs, dude. I'll look forward to my next trip to the museum. Now, just exactly where was that?
Posted by stork  on  Tue May 03, 2005  at  10:10 PM
Shouldn't the statue in front of the museum in the first picture be a jackalope?
Posted by Cranky Media Guy  on  Wed May 04, 2005  at  02:40 AM
That would be the coolest museum I've ever been to...(y'know, were it real)
Posted by Boo  in  The Land of the Haggii...  on  Wed May 04, 2005  at  04:51 AM
At least the middle one has patrons in it...I'd pick that one for "publicity" pics.
Posted by Maegan  in  Tampa, FL - USA  on  Wed May 04, 2005  at  01:30 PM
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