This shows the Andes mummy. She was found in a cave outside
and also has the original shroud of alpaca wool. Her knees
her chin, in the fetal position that all ancient Indians
in. This photo was taken in 1968, on the Thomas Joyland
NC Fair, when I was using her in the blow.
We charged 25 cents additional to see her,
and you can see me peering thru the
teaser doorway. We were charging 50 cents on the front
door, and always took in
from 60% to 75% of the front gate attendance.
She was billed as the Woman Who Was Buried Alive at this
time, but I used her later
on THE LOST PRINCESS OF THE ANDES, and had her exhibited in
a cave type display
case which I no longer have. I still have the Johnson
banner that goes with her,( extra cost) but
I would recommend the cave & Lost Princess angle, and not
use the coffin.