The world’s first mobile museum of the unexplained, the Traveling Museum of the Paranormal & Occult, is the only place where curious guests can hold real haunted objects, meet the occult experts who’ve spent their lives collecting supernaturally-influenced artifacts and researching the unexplained, and even help further the field of paranormal research by investigating the mysterious pieces themselves.
When you’ve been chasing down tales of the strange and unexplained for as long as Greg Newkirk and Dana Matthews have, you’re bound to pick up a few bizarre odds and ends along the way, things like a haunted painting with a bad habit of flinging itself from walls, a mysterious scrying mirror that reflects terrible visions, and even wood planks from the infamous Amityville Horror house, to name a few.
Rather than hoard the paranormal paraphernalia behind a dusty glass case at Weird HQ, Greg and Dana established Planet Weird’s Traveling Museum of the Paranormal & Occult, a roving display of the most fascinating artifacts collected during their supernatural adventures. Unlike many paranormal displays, Planet Weird encourages guests to photograph, hold, and even test each piece for themselves. Bring your EMF meter or borrow one of ours.
Since 2014, Greg and Dana’s traveling museum of the weird has been fascinating, scaring, and grossing-out guests at some of the country’s most popular conventions and private events like Strange Escapes, ScareFest, and Ghost Adventures‘ Nick Groff’s cross-country tour.