Minneapolis, Minnesota: Museum of Questionable Medical Devices (Closed)

Museum of Questionable Medical Devices

Road report and review of a Museum of medical quack devices, miracle cures, and other therapeutic frauds foisted on the sick and gullible in the last 100 years. Before the museum closed, entertaining curator Bob McCoy would use a Phrenology machine to read the lumps on your skull if you asked.

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Museum of Questionable Medical Devices closes; exhibits move to St. Paul

Medical quackery expert Bob McCoy closed his popular museum in Minneapolis on January 27, 2002. Bob, 75, has retired after 18 years of reading the lumps on skulls and subjecting visitors to healing rays and electro-therapies....

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