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The show airs at 9PM EST (that’s 8PM Central for all my Texan friends) tonight, Saturday, June 9th, on the Science Channel. Here’s a link to the website, where you can get a preview of some of our friends on tonight’s show: astronaut extraordinaire Richard Garriott; Brandon Hodge, owner of Big Top Candy Shop; and the zany Jason Black, better known as the Black Scorpion!Halloween is the time of year when people reveal their most ghoulish fears and fantasies, decorating their houses with fake mummies, plastic skulls and skeletons, and eerie contorted faces carved into apples and pumpkins.Being a curious teen, he was morbidly fascinated with the corpses and would bring them home to study and incorporate into art projects.He became particularly fascinated with bones and how to tell when one is misshapen or deformed.“Basically, I was wowed by the things that they had, a lot of freaky, real stuff. They’ve had museum relics like elongated mummy heads.They’ve had a lot of skeletons, skulls, and they have these interesting, old display cases.
Customers will come into Obscura with boxes or bags of skull bones, and ask him to put them together again.“And then, you might walk away with one of the most amazing treasures on earth, or you might walk away with absolutely nothing. He found he was spending all his money in the shop, so he started selling them pieces he’d unearthed.“I coincidentally walked in one day, and have spent every one of my dollars in there ever since,” Cohn says.In the spirit of the Mütter, Cohn recently purchased a rather freaky two-bodied pig in a specimen jar and a “beyond rare” elongated human skull—his personal holy grail.“What I love about this business is you wake up at 1 in the morning to get somewhere by 3 so that you can be there before everyone else,” he says. You’re just going there with the hopes of finding the holy grail of antiques that you’ve always been looking for. I clearly am.” When Cohn walked into Obscura 12 years ago, he knew he’d found kindred spirits in Zohn and Michelson, who are also drawn to the macabre and bizarre side of Victorian antiques.
It’s just stuff that you will not find at your average antiques store in the South.