a place for the exhibition of gruesome or horrible objects.
a group of such objects, as instruments of torture or murder.
any collection of things or ideas that inspire horror.

an exhibit of scenes of torture, execution, and other horrible acts
Word Origin

from Madame Tussaud’s waxworks


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