Inside Utah’s Museum of Haunted and Mysterious Objects

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PROVO, Utah - If an object you owned creeped you out, would you throw it out?

Cat’s Cradle Antiques on Provo’s Center Street has long been a place where unusual items are bought and sold.

However, a handful of pieces are kept out of public view in a private collection Greene Rollins calls “The Museum of Haunted and Mysterious Objects.”

One such item is a doll named Marci. Greene says Marci was the inspiration for his museum after several customers had “paranormal interactions” with her in the store.

Those wishing to interact with Marci now will have to wait. Greene says his museum is “evolving” and not open to the public at this time.

Watch the video for a peek inside.

In this week's edition of Uniquely Utah, Todd Tanner introduces us to a man in Sandy who pulls out all of the stops for Halloween.

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