The Seaman Museum
|The Seaman Museum|
ruined for several weeks
|the Seaman Museum
|This location is on the list of Amusing Locations in Malton|
The Seaman Museum, a tall yellow-stone building with smoke drifting from its roof, is a Scientific History Museum in Malton. Its mysterious collection consists almost exclusively of millions of tiny glass jars, each containing a small amount of a viscous, semi-opaque white fluid. Each jar is labeled with a serial number, and it is said that a now-defunct central database once held a corresponding name and date for each of them, though the exact nature of these names is unknown; it could simply be an unsubstantiated rumor, owing to the otherwise impenetrable mystery of the collection. Unlike most other museums in Malton, this one inexplicably remains largely undisturbed; neither humans nor zombies have shown any interest in the collection, and indeed (aside from spattered gore and a heavy layer of zombie dust) there is virtually no sign that anything is different now from how it was before the outbreak.
The east wing of the museum is labeled as the "Susan 'Grippy' Jones Memorial Wing: Dedicated in 1994 in Loving Memory of Susan and her Firm but Gentle Hands". The entire museum smells faintly of bleach.
Very Strong barricades.
Barricaded and empty. --Major Dick 04:25, 23 January 2009 (UTC)
wed, aug 29, 2007: the zombies are attacking this place of learning!