Libby Museum

February 3, 2011 – Dr. Henry Libby was a dentist sometime during the late 19th and early 20th centuries who overcompensated for having his hands wrist-deep in people's disgusting mouths for hours every day by slowly amassing an impressive and varied collection of natural and anthropological artifacts and oddities, mostly from the New England region, that went on to become the Libby Museum, a seasonally open, one-room collection in a small, humble, dedicated building on the pleasant shores of Lake Winnipesaukee in the vacation town of Wolfeboro, New Hampshire.

Sorry. At some point I stopped caring about this entry in general and just concentrated on stuffing as much as I could into that single sentence. All I really should have written is that this small, 100-year-old museum is full of cool stuff like this:

Yup, mummy hands. Hello new catch phrase.