The Poulet Museum
|The Poulet Museum|
|the Poulet Museum
Danversbank [74, 96]
The Poulet Museum is an African Glassware Museum that was constructed in the 1920s and is a fine Art Deco example of Malton's civic pride. It is one of Danversbank's most unique buildings as it is haunted by the Phantom Phone Mast, the sight of which continues to amaze visitors to the suburb.
This building contains a Phantom Mobile Phone Mast.
The Poulet Museum has a gruesome history in post-plague Malton. In recent times it has been the scene of a number of attacks by the Dead Air zombie horde, drawn by the presence of the Phantom Phone Mast.
The Poulet Museum is a designated VSB+2 safe house in Central Danversbank. It is maintained in accordance with the Provisional Danversbank Barricade Plan by Juro Janosik (the Director of Fine Arts in Danversbank) and the DRRP in order to provide a safe location for beginning survivors who have not yet purchased the Free Running ability.
12th April 2020 - You are standing outside the Poulet Museum, a narrow concrete building surrounded by railings. The building has been very strongly barricaded. There is a mobile-phone mast on the roof of the building. Somebody has spraypainted Entry point! Keep VS+2! onto a wall. Mafiamanz (talk) 21:15, 12 April 2020 (UTC)
31th December 2008 Restored. Survivors inside. VSB++. Still not electrified. --Jemboot 02:57, 31 December 2008 (UTC)
15th March 2008 Ruined and in zombie hands.--The apprentice 08:41, 15 March 2008 (UTC)
20th April 2007 - Poulet is in a rather poor state thanks to frequent break-ins. Tidying up is going to take a long time...