The Abita Mystery House now exhibits Fifi and
son, relatives to the above the Feejee Merman. In 1842 P.T. Barnum
introduced the USA to the Feejee merman. Immediately a sensation it
made him a lot of money. After the Tsunami of December 26, 2004, a
picture was circulated in the local papers of a Feejee Mermaid or
Merman that was washed up on shore. Myth or legend or fact - who knows?
Come see the creatures at the UCM Museum's Abita Mystery House and
decide for yourself. Most people who study this type of stuff believe
these creatures are part of an ancient tradition of fabricating tourist
souvenirs out of monkey skulls, fish skins and animal bones.
But we don't have a Basscat. But we got a few nibbles.