Mac-a-dula the Two-Headed Giant

From Kook Science

Mac-a-dula is the name for a manufactured mummy that was toured as a sideshow attraction, the main selling point being that it was not only was it a giant, being around eight feet (2.44m.) or more in height, but that it had two-heads. The mummy was claimed to be of Patagone (South American) extraction, and was frequently hailed in advertising as a former king. It was similar, so far as can be ascertained, to other dicephalous giants that toured the United States of America during the same time period, including Kings Kap-Dwa and Capuwar, and may have been the latter under a new name, as manufactured and sold by William Nelson through Nelson Supply House of Boston, Massachusetts

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