Ripley’s Believe It or Not!
This is one of the interesting places to go if you are in Genting Highlands. We took some pictures in it to show all you guys. There are many more interesting exhibits to see inside.
So, if you are going to Genting Highlands, be sure to check it out!
Those who touch it will become more fertile, touch it and you’ll eventually bear a child! Believe It or Not!
The Human Flagpole & Pole Dancer
Believe it? NOT!
Genuine English Prison Doors
Assemble with iron plate and weighing several hundred pounds, these doors were remove from Strangeways Prison in Northern of England. The prisoners at Strangeways Prison had no sunlight, no contact between each other except when their food was passed thru the central sliding slot.
The World’s Luckiest Chair
Many societies believe horseshoes are symbol of good luck and in some countries, gambles believe touching a horseshoes will increase their chances of winning. Here at Ripley’s we invite you to take a seat in the world’s luckiest chair – A chair made entirely out of lucky horseshoes – in an attempt to increase your luck. Go ahead and take a seat – it might just off later.
Mortuary Feast Figure
Referred to as a “Ampatong”, this huge figure carved from one solid log is used in celebrations of death and rebirth on the Island of Borneo.
A closet in which Heavy Metal band; Iron Maiden – use to to torture & perform sexual acts with each other, for pleasure. Believe it or not!.
Worlds Tallest Man
Explanation not needed! Believe It or Not!
Vampire Killing Kit
Might have belonged to Van Helsing… Believe it or not!
Giant Chippendales Chair
Billed as “The World’s Tallest Man” Johann Petursson of Iceland became quite wealthy and liked to decorate his home with fine furniture customized to fit both, his budget and his 8’8”, 425-pound body!
This is a replica of the Torture Chair; the feared seat of agony from the Royal Castle of Nuremberg. One can imagine how easy it must have been to extort confessions from naked victims who were strapped and bolted onto this excruciating painful chair.Believe It or Not!
As for the Antique Child’s Dentist Chair; built in 1904, this two-thirds sized dentist’s chair prevented children from escaping, or moving very far, enabling the dentist to perform his tasks.
Megalodon Shark Jaw
The prehistotic Megalodon shark, a relative of today’s great white shark, grew to a length of 45 feet and had teeth nearly 7 inches in length! The Mgalodon was bigger than the average WWII fighter plane, and their jaws were large enough to bite a small car!
The Crazy Librarian
She reads 64 books using 1 hand! Believe it or not!
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