Nate Thompson, the curator with a background in filmmaking, is bringing a new business to Monroe. Local horror fans are going to love this- it’s year-round.
The Michigan Museum of Horror in downtown Monroe will be the first of its kind. Shock and awe will be in store for patrons with up-close exhibits and never-before-seen items. Expect true stories of real skulls, real human bones, funeral exhibits, and more.
I remember as a kid going up north on I-75 interstate near Gaylord, there was a place called “Call of the Wild,” a museum of animals and wildlife. The billboards you would always see on the way up north. It was like vaudeville or a carnival barker was drawing you in to come to see it. But this is a total 180 from that. If you’re a movie buff, you are going to love this new horror museum in all its scary glory. Thompson hopes to open mid-October well ahead of Halloween. I can’t wait to see this as the hair on my arm just went up.