The Best Odd Twitters

Interested in oddities? So are they!

@WednesdayMourn
Miss Wednesday Mourning,for the last decade she has worked at indie bookstores and immersed herself in Victorian history and esoteric studies. She owns and operates an online esoteric bookstore : Orphic Vellum Books, and works in the eccentric store loves to death which sells all sorts of oddities.

@lovedtodeath
Loved to Death, this is the shop that Wednesday works at. This shop specializes in antiques, taxidermy, natural history, and just all around strange objects. If you crave the strange this San Francisco shop is one of the best places to find original and very odd pieces.

@MutterMuseum
The Mütter Museum is a medical museum located in the Center City area of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It contains a collection of medical oddities, anatomical and pathological specimens, wax models, and antique medical equipment

@RyanOddities
Ryan Matthew Cohn is a buyer for Obscura, an oddities shop in New York. He is a bone worker/artist who assembles skeletons and bones back into their normal fashion.

@MacabreMuseum
Museum of the Macabre is the world’s first museum specifically dedicated to death and the afterlife. Founded in 2008 by brothers Richard and Robert, the museum has grown into a unique collection of objects ranging from antique embalming tools and spirit photographs to vintage séance equipment and Spiritualist souvenirs.

@wunderkamercast
The Cabinet Of Curiosities Podcast host, Sarah Elizabeth Troop, curates a collection of the extraordinary and the mysterious. Personal oddities.

@CuriosityMuseum
Museum of Curiosity. London, Curating exhibitions which will disturb the comfortable and comfort the disturbed.

Oddities Artist (More to Come)

@RyanOddities
(from above)

@bonelust_studio
Jana Miller. Self employed ethical bone artist. Collecting and processing bones for 35 years. Making bone jewelry since the 80s.

@4gottenBoneyard
Makes original articulations, wet specimens, mummifications & other oddities, and has been featured on countless websites and in Girls and Corpses Magazine.

@amanda_autopsy
Taxidermist and Creative Artworker.

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