Museum Lolland-Falster and The Merrylin Museum

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Earlier this year I began working with a museum in Denmark who had uncovered ties between Thomas Merrylin and a merchant named Cornelius S C Rödder. Thomas and Cornelius had exchanged letters and indeed, shared information pertaining to the study of unclassified species. The Museum Lolland-Falster found a number of Merrylin specimens in their archive and we have spent the last five months preparing the items to be displayed as part of a larger exhibition entitled "Museum Obscurum." Amongst the artefacts are an adult female Lycanthrope, various study cases owned by Merrylin, a complete infant Dragon skeleton and many more strange and esoteric discoveries. These are now on permanent display in Denmark at the Museum Lolland-Falster.