A life-size model of Prince Philip in the perhaps unlikely guise of an angel is the centrepiece of a bizarre biblical museum made up of discarded waxworks of celebrities from across the globe. Prince Charles is also a star attraction at the museum which gets up to 40,000 visitors a year. He has been transformed into Abel - the son of Adam and Eve - complete with 'pudding bowl' haircut.
It features over 300 figures rescued from closed or failing waxwork museums. The wax models have been acquired by the BibleWalk museum in Mansfield in Ohio, USA, ever since it was founded in August 1983. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS.