Oddity shows were considerably more prominent fifty years prior than they are today. Indeed, they are currently illicit in a few states. Oddity shows were normal at state fairs, jamborees, and bazaar sideshows. Draperies would be hard drawn around the different "three-headed woman" or "gator kid" tents. Inquisitive clients pondered what was inside, and maybe even forked over some money to take a look. As a general rule, the clients would be healthily baffled on the grounds that the greater part of these shows were a stratagem. Most, however not all..