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    Jim Nutting, left, tells Kaleigh McClure about the Chilean rose hair tarantula he is letting her hold Saturday during Maine's Odd and Unusual Show at the Augusta Civic Center.

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    Nick Penney swallows a sword Saturday during Maine's Odd and Unusual Show at the Augusta Civic Center. He holds multiple sword-swallowing world records.

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    Misty Lane is the organizer of Maine's Odd and Unusual Show at this weekend at the Augusta Civic Center.

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    A crowd gathers Saturday to watch Nick Penney swallow a sword during Maine's Odd and Unusual Show at the Augusta Civic Center.

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    Donald Hutchins gestures to a skull while talking about the variety of items he had for sale Saturday during Maine's Odd and Unusual Show at the Augusta Civic Center.

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    Jeff Witham talks about "Jeff's Traveling Board Museum" during Maine's Odd and Unusual Show on Saturday at the Augusta Civic Center.

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    A bottle of Beast of Bridgton BBQ Sauce is displayed alongside baby doll heads turned into planters Saturday during Maine's Odd and Unusual Show at the Augusta Civic Center. Each planter purchase included one's choice of random plastic doll limbs.

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