More Cute Stories Volume 3: Museum of the Weird


Bamboo Forest Publishing is proud to announce the release of Disney Legend Rolly Crump’s More Cute Stories, Volume 3: Museum of the Weird. This high-quality recording includes fourty-two minutes of all new stories about one of the most famous attractions that never was: The Museum of the Weird. It is available on CD and as a digital download from all major online music retailers, including Amazon and iTunes.

After a 1965 television appearance on The Wonderful World of Color, Rolly became internationally known for an attraction that was never even built: The Museum of the Weird. In More Cute Stories Volume 3, Rolly tells the haunting history of the attraction, leads us on a chilling walk through its chambers, and dishes the disquieting dirt on why it wasn’t built, and why its popularity endures to this day!

Jeff Heimbuch, who co-authored Rolly’s biography, It’s Kind of a Cute Story, also recorded More Cute Stories Volume 3. “The Museum of the Weird has always been my favorite unbuilt attraction,” says Jeff, “and it’s what drove me to become such a fan of Rolly’s to begin with. It was surrounded by this cool mystique, and it became the stuff of legend. All it took were a few short glimpses on TV and some crazy concept art, and it was forever lodged into the heads of Disney fans everywhere, mine included. I think, because of that, the attraction’s appeal still lasts to this day. Marvel is releasing a comic series based on it, a movie was announced a few years ago, and people still ask Rolly about it all the time. It clearly is a classic attraction, and has continued to exist and thrive in our imaginations for almost 50 years.”

More Cute Stories, Vol 3 will be available on CD and digital formats.


In addition to the new CD, a new poster print of the Museum of the Weird, signed by Rolly Crump, will also be available for sale.

Be sure to buy your copy today!

NOTE: We know that the digital versions are priced at $9.95 right now, but should be $4.95! We are working to get that fixed!




Museum of the Weird Poster Print:



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