The Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum Branson is hosting the return of the world-famous Ripley’s Fertility Statues for public viewing May 3-May 30.
These fertility statues are reported to help women become pregnant, with more than 2,000 women claiming they became pregnant shortly after touching the wooden statues.
The wooden statues are five-foot tall and were acquired from the Ivory Coast of West Africa in 1993. They were first put on the lobby of Ripley Entertainment headquarters in Orlando
. Within months, 13 staffers and office visitors were pregnant.
visitors and would-be parents are welcome to stop by and see the statues for themselves. But ONLY touch if you want to get pregnant!