Halloween, Dracula, and a house of wax

Happy Halloween! Today's first photo shows the Dracula exhibit in the Wide World In Wax museum in Anaheim. No, I don't mean that other place in Buena Park. This collection originated in Europe, and came to the U.S. for the 1962 and 1964 World's Fairs. In 1966, the Walter Amusement Co. (no relation to Disney or Knott), displayed this collection as the Wide World In Wax museum at 1850 S. Harbor Blvd, in Anaheim - just down the road from Disneyland. It featured "31 religious, fictional and historical scenes with over 100 wax figures." The museum closed the following year. Today, the museum building serves as the lobby of the Radisson Hotel Maingate Anaheim.