May 13th – The Obsession Collection
A hobby that started with a shark egg on the beach has turned into a full-blown obsession. The museum-esque home houses antiques, oddities and curiosities. Their collection comes from travels to all corners of the globe, and they love to pick up anything unusual, creepy or a little nightmarish.
7pm CT on YouTube
May 18th – Atlas Obscura: Ghosts in the Machines
By popular demand, historian and self-professed occult archeologist Brandon Hodge is back and invites you in for a virtual home tour. He’ll reveal his massive collection of artifacts and relics of Spiritualism, a religious movement that gained popularity in the 19th century. You’ll see fragments of the house in Wayne County, New York, where the Spiritualism movement started, Ouija boards, and many more spectral objects used to contact the departed. Ghosts are welcome and may view this online experience at no cost.
6pm CDT – BOOK THROUGH ATLAS OBSCURA
May 20th – Madame Absinthe’s Place of Peculiarities
Madame Absinthe describes herself as a collector of stories and broken and forgotten things. Her apartment’s vibe is similar to an old Victorian museum of long-forgotten items and oddities that are both creepy and beautiful at the same time. You’ll find rusty medical tools, poorly executed taxidermy, broken mannequins and more!
12pm CT on YouTube
June 3rd – Supergraphic Showhome
When Miles Willis McDermott was searching for an in-residence showhome for his supergraphic regency style, this once neglected 1969 postmodern Italianate revival was the perfect canvas. While respecting the original antique details, McDermott evolved the vintage villa into a bold dichotomy of graphic Japanese manga and ornate gilded antiques.
6pm CT on YouTube