Toilet Paper Moby Dick & More: Visit Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Odditoriums Online

Established in 1964, Ripley’s Believe it or Not Odditorium in Niagara Falls, Ontario is the second oldest Ripley’s museum in the world.

In normal times, you can visit Ripley’s Odditorium any day of the year. Unfortunately, these are not normal times and we live in #notoiletpaper days. While you stay at home, you can explore the collection of Ripley’s unbelievable things from across the world online and learn all about the strange and unusual!

You can also meet researchers, illustrators, and editors, who will be your guide to live Q&As, odd exhibits, drawing tutorials, and much more! Online Schedule.

Weekly readings of Herman Melville’s classic read from Dennis Malone’s one-of-a-kind edition of Moby Dick typed on toilet paper are also on the schedule. It took the resident from Florida six clean rolls of two-ply toilet paper to cover the whole novel. The entire text is typed in original dialect, with helpful footnote references throughout for a no-compromises reading experience.

Listen to chapter two of the whaling classic straight off a roll of toilet paper.

YouTube Channel.

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