Apr 16, 2015
By Andy Johnson
Long time fans of the early 1960’s TV show “The Twilight Zone” can now worship at a new shrine. It’s in Binghamton, New York, the home town of host Rod Serling.
A collection of memorabilia from a volunteer curator will be on display at the Bundy Museum of History and Art in Binghamton, with items rotating on a regular basis. The curator, Mike Pipher has been collecting”Twilight Zone” props for more than 40 years. Included in the display is the original Cobra Phone that appeared on the TV show from 1959 to 1964. Visitors can also view a number of other objects, including signed photos, scripts, books and Serling letters. The exhibit will run for the next six months.
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