Alabama’s Unclaimed Baggage Museum is “Nasty”
Next week in Scottsboro, the Unclaimed Baggage Museum will hold its grand opening.
Founded in 1970, Unclaimed Baggage has a facility with over 50,000 square feet collecting the luggage that people leave at the airport.
The operators make deals with major airlines to purchase leftover suitcases, bags, purses and more.
I am sure all the good stuff is picked over first. Then they sell what they can and now the rest will be on display for the world to see!
Some of the items they’ve found over the years include an almost 300-year-old violin, Gucci bags and even Egyptian Burial Artifacts.
Think of all the mummy dust crawling over that thing!
What is baggage?
And MORE dirty clothes.
All of these great finds marinate in that filth for months sitting in the airport.
I don’t want an old peace pipe that’s been wrapped in a pair of Fruit of the Looms from some dude’s 2019 summer vacay to Wyoming.
I am not interested in looking at a gas mask that made it’s way to Scottsboro via the American Airlines terminal lost-and-found that’s been buried in old socks for a couple years.
They even had a suit of armor at one point?
I bet its got sweat rust and dirt all in it.
Y’all have fun. Take some Purell and find out more at www.unclaimedbaggage.com/.