Haunted House on Hill St

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Something about wax figures is undeniably creepy. The Haunted House on Hill Street containing wax figures from Mark Twain's life and novels is one of the strangest - and the atmosphere is made more so by narrow corridors, noises, and strategically placed lights shining upwards onto each figure in a ghoulish manner. While a lot of the museum is a tongue-in-cheek type of humor, the wax figures were lovingly created exactly as how Twain described the characters in his book.