Believe it Or Not in Branson Missouri!

If you enjoy seeing strange and unusual things you have to visit Ripley’s Believe it or Not while you are in Branson, MO.

The phrase “Believe it or not” came from a very creative and adventurous man by the name of Robert Ripley. During the early part of the 20th Century, Robert was a famous person in the world as an artist and cartoonist. The phrase “Believe it or not” was actually the name of a sports cartoon that became extremely popular and led him to become a world traveler. As he traveled the world he would seek out odd things to add to his collection and the unique building in Branson holds some of these items of his collection.

The distinctive building has a story of its own as well. It is a reflection of a massive earthquake that hit Missouri in 1812 and caused the Mississippi River to run backwards for three days and made church bells in Philadelphia ring. So what better way is there to display Ripley’s strange finds than in a extremely eye catching building with its on piece of history behind it?

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