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Here's What a Man Found After Opening a 25-Year-Old Can of Spider-Man Pasta

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Anthony Devlin/Getty Images

From Underoos to Ecto Coolers美女视频黄频大全视频, tie-in consumer products have always been perennial hits with kids. While you may have fond memories of them, not all have aged well, as Twitter user recently found out. This is because Dinosaur Dracula decided to open a 25-year-old can of Spider-Man pasta.

Describing the Chef Boyardee product as “wildly corroded,” Dinosaur Dracula promised to reveal the contents if his initial tweet got 1995 likes (a number chosen in honor of the year the product was released). His goal was met, and so the can was unsealed.

美女视频黄频大全视频As you can see, the result looks like it was idling near Mount Vesuvius. The pasta, mini-meatballs, and sauce have petrified, with only one small area even vaguely identifiable as a Spidey shape.

美女视频黄频大全视频Canned goods can technically last for years, but that on several factors. Cans that rust or corrode can compromise the airtight seal, leading to spoiling. Store cans in a cool, dry place and perhaps they can avoid the fate of Spider-Man pasta.

If you’d prefer to remember the product in better days, here’s a vintage commercial that advertises the pasta’s “secret sauce,” which was presumably botulism.

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The Owners of The Conjuring House Are Hosting a Haunted Livestream

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Warner Bros.

If you're sick of being stuck at home, be thankful you're not quarantined in one of the most notorious haunted houses in America. That's the current reality for Cory and Jennifer Heinzen, the owners of the Colonial-era Rhode Island farmhouse that inspired 2013's The Conjuring. Now, the couple is inviting the public to share their nightmare through a week-long livestream, reports.

The event, hosted by the online network , will be streaming nonstop for a week starting at noon on Saturday, May 9. Viewers will be treated to an intimate look inside the Heinzens' home, which they claim is still as haunted as it was when the events dramatized in The Conjuring took place. A number of activities are planned for the stream, including séances美女视频黄频大全视频, conjurings, and virtual guest appearances from several big names in the paranormal world.

The house's reputation dates back to 1971, when paranormalists Ed and Lorraine Warren visited the site to investigate reports of demonic phenomena. When they got there, they documented disturbing events, such as one of the residents speaking in a strange language during a séance. The Conjuring美女视频黄频大全视频 was made with the of Lorraine Warren and the family who experienced the alleged haunting. Andrea Perron, who was a child when the Warrens came to her family's home, is one of special guests slated to join the livestream.

Tickets to the online event are currently available to pre-order for $15. Part of the proceeds will go to three charities providing COVID-19 relief: , the , and . You can to experience the spooky happenings from a safe distance.

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While Visitors Are in Quarantine, Museums Are Sharing Their Creepiest Objects on Twitter

A long-dead Roman woman’s hair bun, jet pins and all.
A long-dead Roman woman’s hair bun, jet pins and all.
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Though they may not be open to visitors during the COVID-19 crisis, museums around the world are finding ways to keep busy. Earlier this month, the UK's Yorkshire Museum challenged museums美女视频黄频大全视频 on Twitter to share the creepiest objects in their collections.

美女视频黄频大全视频The kicked off the #curatorbattle on April 17 by tweeting a picture of a hair bun recovered from a Roman tomb dating back to the 3rd or 4th century. Since then, dozens of institutions have participated.

The in the UK contributed an antique doll with a balding, cracked head that's simply labeled "MC 294." From the British Toy Museum of came a red-eyed stuffed bear that pretends to drink when you feed it coins. The winner, at least based on Twitter's response, may be "The Mermaid" of the National Museums of Scotland's department. The unsettling monstrosity was one of many monkey-fish taxidermy hybrids made popular by P.T. Barnum.

This isn't the first time museums have used social media to show off some of their more unusual items. In October of last year, the History Center of Olmsted County in Rochester, Minnesota, held a contest to determine which of the antique dolls in its collection was the creepiest. This latest challenge is not only a chance for museums to spotlight some underrated objects, but also to connect with the public when people are stuck at home.

If you think you can stomach it, you can view even more freaky museum objects under the hashtag . For a more pleasant virtual museum experience, here are some world-class institutions you can tour online.