I study old-time crime...Dillinger, Bonnie & Clyde, etc., and finding out that Bonnie & Clyde's shot up vehicle was on display at this museum made it a "must see" for my husband and I. We were so surprised at the awesomeness of this museum. Everything is well-done and tasteful; when you're dealing with a distasteful subject like serial killers, this is not easy to do. I wasn't prepared, however, for the actual creepiness I felt at seeing Ted Bundy's car and artifacts, as well as John Wayne Gacy's clown costumes and paintings. Truly creepy. Everything from the soundtrack playing overhead, to the photos of criminals, modes of punishment from medieval times to today - it's all here - and informative. We dug this place. Lots of photo opportunities, as well, my husband got to "escape" from a replica jail cell, we both got to stand in a line-up, we were featured on "America's Most Wanted". It's a cool and neat place. Definitely one to check out when you've been "Smithsonian'ed" out. Enjoy!
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