There are more than 10,000 items in the museum's collection, which is devoted to the study of hidden or unknown animals. Notable items on exhibit include a baby Bigfoot, a fur-covered human-like doll, and dozens of plaster casts allegedly made from Bigfoot footprints. Also on display are the wooden feet the late Ray Wallace -- the man credited with coining the term "Bigfoot" -- used to make fake footprints, which he would later call attention to during a number of Bigfoot sightings [sources: Live Science, International Cryptozoology Museum].
Don't be fooled into thinking the International Cryptozoology Museum is all about Sasquatch, though. There is a sample of Yeti hair and plaster casts of the Louisiana's Honey Island Swamp Monster (later determined to be alligator prints), as well as a creepy movie prop of a "Fiji Mermaid," which was billed as part ape and part fish. The museum, which doesn't take itself too seriously, also stocks artifacts like a Jackalope, a fictional rabbit with antlers, and a fur-covered trout [source: Live Science].