Sisters Emma Rose, 10, left, and Greta Craner, 4, posed for their mother among a collection of dummies as they toured Vent Haven Museum in Fort Mitchell last week. The museum holds hundreds of ventriloquist dummies, puppets and memorabilia.
Sisters Emma Rose, 10, left, and Greta Craner, 4, posed for their mother among a collection of dummies as they toured Vent Haven Museum in Fort Mitchell last week. The museum holds hundreds of ventriloquist dummies, puppets and memorabilia. Lexington Herald-Leader
Sisters Emma Rose, 10, left, and Greta Craner, 4, posed for their mother among a collection of dummies as they toured Vent Haven Museum in Fort Mitchell last week. The museum holds hundreds of ventriloquist dummies, puppets and memorabilia. Lexington Herald-Leader

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