Friday, February 13, 2009
Wishing to start a cute little family, things might get little easier if you make a trip to
Ripley's "Believe It or Not" museum in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
The museum opened the display of "One of its kind of" statues last week.
Could you guess what they called? Yes, they are called "Fertility Statues".
Ripley's says that they acquired these 5 foot wooden statues from the Ivory Coast of West Africa in 1990's.
Within months, 13 women became pregnant after placing it in its corporate headquarters in Orlando, Florida.
Since then, the statues are on display around the world and more than 2,000 women
have reported becoming pregnant after touching these statues.
Ripley's says couples wanting to have a baby can touch these statues for free in their Myrtle Beach museum.
Since there is no cost involved, I think it won't be any kind of prank.
I'm very thrilled to test it myself, ha ha.