Our First Bizzare Thing
I guess it’s obvious what it is, a Trabant. A bizarrely decorated Trabant. What really makes this bizarre though, is, why bother?
The Trabant was made in East Germany, before the Berlin Wall came down, from 1957 to 1990 by the VEB Sachsenring Automobilwerke Zwickau. The Trabant has the reputation of being very cheaply made and being extremely unreliable.
So again, why bother? It is bound to die and spares are likely impossible to obtain.
Then there are the bizarre rock formations. How about this one that looks like a Camel to me. Or how about the Dolphin below from Corsica?
Don’t see it? Maybe it’s just me being weird.
A Bizarre Collection
The Skull Museum of Hallstatt in Austria has to be one of the most bizarre things you will ever see. It’s not the collection of some sadistic sod and his disciples.
Commonly know as The Bone House, it is one of Hallstatt’s treasures. Collections such as this used to be a lot more common than now.
Anthropologist’s love them as they are able to study the development of the cranium. There are records in the museum that can be matched to each skull giving the birth and death of each one.
This museum is located in the basement of the chapel of the Church Of Saint Michael and hold 700 skulls.