Thursday, January 5, 2012

Taking the Crooks Tour 5

During their stay in Paris, the girls pay a visit to the Musée Grévin, a waxworks museum. Many of the statues there today (Michael Jackson, Tony Blair, etc.) were obviously not there in 1962, but one statue that the girls did see was that of Marat, "murdered in his bath while Charlotte Corday looked on in amazement at what she had done".  Below we can see the front of the museum. More pictures of Paris are available at Paris en Photos, which you can view here.