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The folks from , a journal inspired by New York City’s waterways, will lead an exploration of the island while providing insight on its 19th century history as the site of a horse rendering plant, where the animal carcasses were used to make glue and fertilizer (woof, or rather, neigh).
Wear good shoes, as the shores are still littered with horse bones — spooky!
“It’s a little more whimsical than that.” The macabre will be in full force at the flea—the event is in conjunction with Morbid Anatomy’s grand reopening on Friday night from a small event space to a 4,200 square foot museum, library, cafe, and lecture hall.
Guests can peruse founder Joanna Ebenstein’s collection of rare art anatomy books and medicine anthologies, and explore the museum’s inaugural exhibit, “The Art of Mourning.” Laetitia Barbier, Morbid Anatomy’s head librarian and event coordinator, says the weekend will be a “big celebration of bizarre objects and strange things.” “When I arrived in New York, I used to have a compass in my pocket because that was the best way for me to find directions,” Barbier says, who is 29 and hails from France. There is something beautiful about old technologies and objects.
The Oddities show is a 30 minute reality television series on the Discovery Channel about an antique shop that buys unusual and strange items and sells them to customers that are often equally strange.
If you have a need for a shrunken head, four-legged chicken, monkey skull or a straitjacket they can fill your need!
Attendees will also have a chance to let a millipede crawl on their face at Aaron Rodriguez’s amazing Insect Petting Zoo, or have their tarot cards or palm reading by members of The Tarot Society!
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“This is our day where we want to make explorers out of everyone.” In New York City, there are 18 events to choose from.The 24 hours before the impending doom of Monday morning are often reserved for a little R&R, but how about tossing in a few anthropomorphic taxidermy mice and exploded skulls into your Sunday Funday?