If you are or someone you know is into the world of skulls, potions, and the dark arts then you need to make a trip down to St. Louis this weekend for the 2022 Oddities & Curiosities Expo!

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St. Louis will host the Oddities & Curiosities Expo this weekend at STL Convention Center Americas Center at 701 Convention Plaza in St. Louis, this event is happening on Saturday, July 23rd from 10 am to 6 pm. What exactly is the Oddities & Curiosities Expo? On their website they say...

"The Oddities & Curiosities Expo showcases hand selected vendors, dealers, artists and small businesses from all over the country with all things weird. You'll find items such as: taxidermy, preserved specimens, original artwork, horror/halloween inspired pieces, antiques, handcrafted oddities, quack medical devices, creepy clothing, odd jewelry, skulls/bones, funeral collectibles & much more."

If you want to learn more about the Oddities & Curiosities Expo check out their website by clicking here!

I will say that this sounds like a fun event to check out, I myself am not really into any of this type of stuff but that doesn't mean it wouldn't be cool to look around and see what is there. If you are one of the people who love to go all out for Halloween and you want to make sure you have decorations that your neighbor won't have then you have to go to this expo and do some shopping this weekend, I mean who doesn't need a couple of extra skulls laying around the house right?

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