Louis Tussaud's House Of Wax: Gone, But Never Forgotten

It's 86 years today since Madame Tussauds' waxwork exhibition opened in London. Here are the terrible masterpieces of her less talented great grandson...
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Louis Tussaud's House Of Wax: Gone, But Never Forgotten

As is often the case, it started with a tweet. "Sad to hear Louis Tussaud's, Gt Yarmouth is set to close. Meanwhile, here are some of its terrible masterpieces." As a fan of the bad waxwork, I was on it like Obama at a national disaster, and pissed myself for the next 10 minutes.

For the uninitiated, Louis Tussaud was the Great-Grandson of Madame Tussaud and despite inheriting the family love of the macabre, he didn't seem to get any of her talent. The only waxworks I've seen worse than these are at the Hop Farm in Kent, but seeing as I lost my phone and pictures a few weeks ago you'll have to take my word for it until I go again.

Reckon you can name any?


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