Happy Friday 13th: Browse through Byron’s strangest garage sale
UNUSUAL antiques, curious objects, strange animals preserved using taxidermy, costumes, performing props and rare objects will be for sale today at one of the most unique garage sales seen in the Northern Rivers for a while.
There is the box full of shrunken heads, the two headed chick with three legs, a plaster cast of Bigfoot's footprint from the Bigfoot Museum in the USA, a devil toad all red with two horns, fossils, retro light fittings, a trumpet, old stock whips, even a 1950s silver caravan, and that's just a small portion of the full list.
There is a hand-carved horse skull:
A red devil toad with horns:
And the two-headed starling: (This is just one of a mini-collection of two-headed animal for sale)
He is also offering a selection of magic books and other props:
And a box full of shrunken heads:
And a replica of the last Dodo bird's head:
Even a mythical jackalope: The jackalope is a mythical animal of North American folklore described as a jackrabbit with antelope horns.
Byron Bay artist Chayne Hultgren, who performs under the moniker of The Space Cowboy, is holding the sale.
His shows offer mind reading, spoon bending, arrow catching, sword swallowing, chainsaw juggling and other daredevil feats that have warned him 38 certified Guinness World Records.
The Facebook event the performer created has attracted the curiosity of antique and rare object hunters due to the size of the sale and the type of objects on offer.
There are performing costumes, including plenty of marching band jackets, but there are also plenty of female costumes and other props too.
Mr Hulgtren said he has been collecting strange objects since he was a teenager, purchased during this international travels and online.
"I will continue collecting rare objects for the rest of my life, i'm never going to stop," he said.
Byron Bay artist Chayne Hultgren and his family will be holding the sale this Saturday at 66 Centennial Circuit, Byron Bay Arts and Industrial Estate, from 10am.