The Museum of Celebrity Leftovers

Future archaeologist excavating the area around Kingsand, in Cornwall, England will have long and heated arguments about the strange religious beliefs of the culture that built The Old Boatstore, and raised a strange and much disputed shrine to the leftover foodstuffs of a mysterious pantheon of long-forgotten gods.

They will marvel at odd glass reliquaries that once housed treasured items, such as the toast of Michael Winner, the custard of Prince Charles, and even the blancmange of Craig Rich, a mighty shaman who was capable of scrying the weather in the region once called Cornwall, in the country formerly known as England. They will ponder deeply its meaning, and debate who truly was considered greatest in the kingdom: newsreader Paul Heiney or photographer David Bailey.


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