The first thing that caught my eye was a Spirit phone/Necrophone, something it was rumored Thomas Alva Edison was trying to create to be able to communicate with the dead. No one knows if he actually created one, but this is a private collector's idea of what one of those might have looked like.
This is a reproduction of the first issue of Bram Stoker's Dracula...
A framed taxidermy bat had it's natural place beneath a painting of the original Dracula - Vlad Tepes.
Although I don't believe in killing friendly vampires, I still want one of these - a vampire hunter kit! This one is believed to be from the 1800s, and kits like these were often created by weapon smiths at the request of vampire fans.
They also served blood! I have no idea why it was behind glass though. By the time I had gotten this far through the exhibition I was really thirsty.
A witch's familiar. Yep, that's the remains of a cat...
A few stairs down in this Downton Abbey-like apartment, there was another exhibition with collections of different kinds. Behind a door was a tiny chamber, and inside I found vintage pornography! I guess that shows that you never know what you'll find behind closed doors. Not even in old, very fine homes... Haha!