KORN Frontman Says Museum Idea Is Dead

August 17, 2006

Launch Radio Networks reports: KORN frontman Jonathan Davis has given up hopes of ever opening the Museum of Justice and Oddities (MOJO) he first announced in 2002. Davis intended to create the shrine to house his extensive collection of memorabilia relating to serial killers and gangsters. But Davis, currently on the Family Values Tour with KORN, told Launch that the project has hit a snag with his business partners. "That's not gonna happen," he said. "I can't really talk about it. There's a lawsuit. Yeah, it was cool, but I can't say nothin'. Sucks, I know."

Among the items in Davis'collection are a suit worn by John Wayne Gacy and a car and drawings that belonged to Ted Bundy. He also has several gangster autopsies.

Some of Davis' collection was exhibited on the 2003 Ozzfest tour.

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