In 1925 there was a really bad fire at the Madame Tussauds wax museum in London. Here’s whatThe Guardian at the time had to say:
An eye-witness who lives opposite Madame Tussaud’s said in an interview that the fire was a wonderful spectacle. Strong red and golden flames leapt 50 feet from the roof of the building. The wax models could be distinctly heard sizzling.
The following wax figures survived the fire…
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