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The Urban Legend that surrounds the picture above taken at: Nu-Pike Amusement Park in Long Beach, California, USA.
This is a prop that was used at a carnival haunted house to scare the customers that entered, children would laugh and poke at the life size mummified prop. Adults would comment on how real it looked.
But this was to be no ordinary prop made up of wax or papier mache, no! It was a real mummified man made of skin and bone.
This fact only came to life when a doctor his wife and child entered the haunted house back in 1976. The first thing he became suspect of was the smell, then as he examined the mummified man more closely, he discovered that the skin on the mummy had hairs on it’s arms.
He and his family abruptly left the haunted house, then contacted the authorities of his findings.
The doctor was proved correct, it was a real mummified man.