Showcasing the weird and bizarre

A two-headed calf, a man with dislocated eyes, and a 13-foot long model of London's Tower Bridge made out of matchsticks.

Just three of the peculiar exhibits inside the new Ripley's Believe It or Not! attraction in central London.

The museum says it appeals to man's basic curiosity - so Mark Lawson presenter of Radio 4's Front Row, and Sarah Crompton from the Daily Telegraph, decided to test the claim:


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Audio from Radio 4's Front Row. Slideshow production by Paul Kerley.




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