The Overton Museum

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The Overton Museum
EthrDemon (talk) 00:29, 27 April 2020 (UTC)
The Overton Museum

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Better known as the Crabapple Family Museum. The current curator is Sir Huley Crabapple.

Includes many items pertaining to the illustrious history of the Crabapple dynasty over the 2000 years of its existence. Named after Sir Michael George Henly Overton Crabapple, a Victorian explorer and Major in the army of the British Empire. His extensive collections of silicon based fertility symbols result in a casual observer mistaking the building an African Glassware Museum in it's entirety, but investigation beyond the entrance hall yields a far more varied collection.


The holdings of the museum include many rare artefacts pertaining to the Crabapples, including:

  • The many glass fertility symbols presented to Sir Michael George Henly Overton Crabapple by the various tribes he visited, in admiration of his energy and zest
  • The Sacred Stein of St. Ethelbert Crabapple
  • Several mummified pips from apples eaten by the ancient lords
  • Tribal robes and artefacts owned by Sir Michael George Henley Overton Crabapple, "gifts" from the many tribes be "pacified" in the name of Queen Victoria
  • The first potty ever owned by a Crabapple
  • Diverse vestments of St. Ethelbert Crabapple
  • Early jewelry from the 8th century, owned by various descendents
  • Many suits of Armour, including the complete set owned by Sir Sanctus Victor Crabapple, a hero of the crusades
  • Toys from throughout the ages, including 5 dolls houses and a football dating back to the 16th Century

There is also an extensive library including the complete set of the 764 volumes of the diary of Sir Michael George Henley Overton Crabapple, and "Le histoire de Crabapple" an illuminated text written by the great Philosopher, Sir Bartholemew Crabapple.

Sir Michael George Henly Overton Crabapple

Sir Michael George Henley Overton Crabapple was a legendary figure during the days of the Empire. A roaring bull of a man, he helped to 'colonise' many of the civilised areas of the globe, and opened the first bar in many areas of the world where alcohol was previously not available for the benefit of the local population. A conqueror, a hero, a warrior, and allegedly (if his own diaries are to be believed) a prodigious lover.

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