Tourists have been left scratching their head after the surprise announcement of the closure of the world's largest museum of oddities.
Ripley's Believe It or Not!, which held bizarre artefacts including a two-headed calf and Amazonian shrunken human heads, suddenly shut on September 29, after almost ten years.
The five-floor museum in Piccadilly Circus opened in 2008 and was famous for its large collection of Marilyn Monroe's belongings.
The huge collection is now gathering dust inside the 'odditorium', which has had its signage removed and windows papered over.
It had been struggling financially for some time, losing almost £2.3 million in 2015.
Owners claim the attraction will re-open at a different London site, although no location or date has been announced.