It has been rumored for quite some time that a Beetlejuice sequel is on the way, as Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter author Seth Grahame-Smith had buddied up with Tim Burton and wrote a screenplay for the Michael Keaton classic. Whether or not that will happen – and given Burton’s and Keaton’s recent track records, it probably needs to happen – is up in the air, but there’s one man in New York City who would presumably be the happiest man on the planet the day that Beetlejuice 2 opens in theaters.
Bruce Christensen is a 48-year old jack-of-all-trades, having worked in the music industry and as a stand-up comic, but his greatest feat in life and claim to fame is that he owns and operates the world’s only Beetlejuice museum. And yes, it’s in his home. Between this guy and the old bro who built a gigantic replica of Giants Stadium in his garage, I’m starting to think that New Yorkers might be a little eccentric.
According to Oddity Central, Christensen’s museum is approximately 400 sq. ft. and contains more than 80 items related to the film. Just 80 items? If that’s all it takes to open a museum, then I currently operate the world’s only Kate Upton hair doll museum. So what’s in this guy’s apartment, I mean museum, anyway?