Michigan is a fascinating place with an abundance of natural beauty, interesting history and people who care enough to share what they've learned about the world. Because of that, Michigan is home to many unique museums. And that's why, today, we celebrate a new discovery -  John French's Moist Towelette Museum, located on the shelves of his office at Michigan State University.

Seriously, this is a real place, located in Room 100 of the Abrams Planetarium at MSU - and open to the public, Tuesday through Friday. According to MLive.com, you can also visit the museum online, so international fans can enjoy it without some pesky 13 hour plane flight. But, why wouldn't YOU, dear reader, visit and see the towelettes John has spent years collecting? Including his collection of airline towelettes and (what I have to believe are very rare) Star Trek towelettes?

You're welcome.


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