Gensou Hyouhon Hakubutsukan (Museum of Fantastic Specimens)
Greetings, i am writing now in a semi sane state after bearing witness to the most abhorrent life forms imaginable. It is with severe relief that I have been told these are only replica of creatures from long dead aeons, and no longer dwell on this planet. But gawd! who knows what is out there!!!
I fear my mind has been peered into by these fleshy, amorphous and gibbering masses and such biological revelations were not intended to be studied by the eyes of mere man! I now see them in my dreams, and in my diurnal hours as well. The normal serpent becomes studded with a crustacean exoskeleton, bats have dragon-like heads, and even the fish started to walk on all fours with their gaping horrendous mouths sharing the sight of dripping sickly teeth. Their limbs do not obey the simple laws of physics, and such adaptations do not make logical sense. In what atmosphere would this broken leather winged creature needs so much damage to its wings, or the fish with an exposed ribcage. I care not to think about it. And these fossils, did they originate from after the Cambrian? or is evolution a misconception, these look a lot older, perhaps before the prehistoric era even.I have a feeling the Japanese had something do this with this, I have found photographed specimens of the entire obscure kingdom open to the public! What they do not know they are doing if these reach the eyes of others!
The rooms are full of nocturnal water and terrestrial inhabitants….. but these are the ones that came upon me first before I had the chance to flee.
Room 1 http://sow.ggnet.co.jp/room.htm?no=1
Room 2 http://sow.ggnet.co.jp/room.htm?no=2
Room 3 http://sow.ggnet.co.jp/room.htm?no=3
Room 4 http://sow.ggnet.co.jp/room.htm?no=4
Room 5 http://sow.ggnet.co.jp/room.htm?no=5
Room 6 http://sow.ggnet.co.jp/room.htm?no=6
Room 7 http://sow.ggnet.co.jp/room.htm?no=7
Room 8 http://sow.ggnet.co.jp/room.htm?no=8
Room 9 http://sow.ggnet.co.jp/room.htm?no=9