A mysterious, giant, faucets devil’s bathtub in a bathtub that appears to be an actual bathtub is on display at the Discovery Museum in Chicago, Illinois.
The museum is open to the public from Wednesday through Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and Sunday from 10 a.t. to 4 p.p.m, and visitors can check out the bathtub and explore the exhibition.
In addition to the bathtubs, there is a giant bronze sculpture of a human head, and there are also several other statues and artifacts, including a statue of the biblical figure Jonah, which are believed to be the devil’s own.
A sculpture of Jonah, known as the Jonah’s Head, is located near the front entrance.
The Jonah’s head was carved out of limestone in the biblical city of Nineveh, which is where Jonah was crucified.
The head was later made into an ornate headpiece, which was made to resemble a human skull.
The sculpture is one of several pieces of the Jonah Statue that are displayed in the museum.
Another Jonah statue is located in the main exhibit, which also includes the famous Jonah figurine, the largest statue of Jonah.
The statue depicts Jonah, seated on a throne, standing before a crucified Jonah, holding a spear, and holding a book.
The symbol of Jonah’s death is engraved in the statue’s lower right corner.
The statues Jonah and Jonah’s father are located at the front and the back of the museum, as well as in a smaller display at a lower corner of the front door.
The sculptures were carved out over thousands of years, according to the museum website.
They are the first depictions of Jonah in the Americas, which were found in the 18th century, and they were used by the Assyrians to help them establish their empire.
The city of Ur in Iraq was also named after Jonah.
This story was originally published in September 2018.