The museum will feature True Crime Author and Serial Killer Whisperer Amanda Howard’s astounding, private collection of correspondence with killers from across the globe as well as artwork, rare photographs, crime scene photographs, original announcements, Victorian Post Mortem photographs, freak animal taxidermy, and so much more! This collection comes from blood, sweat and tears, and was built over a hundred years, from different generations of Amanda's family. There will be so much for you to see in this one-of-a-kind exhibit!
The museum will take place at Geelong Gaol an entirely unique space dedicated to a death-related topics, such as executions, crime scenes and historical artefacts. The Memento Mori experience is largely a self-guided tour lasting approximately 45 minutes to an hour, as there are hundreds of items on display.
There is no age limit for the Death Museum because death affects us all, however, we STRONGLY recommend that much of the material is for MATURE AUDIENCES! Some content within the exhibits may be too graphic or explicit for children, and no children will be allowed in without a parent being present.
A VIP night will launch the weekend's events with a ghost tour an optional extra. On Saturday afternoon, the exhibition will be open to the general public