The three-story museum is in a former nightclub.
The ribbon-cutting will include a "spirit photo booth" and traditional mourning food from a cookbook titled "Death Warmed Over."
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It grew out of Ebenstein's private collection of over 2,000 books on death rituals, the human body and esoterica.
Highlights at the opening exhibition, "The Art of Mourning," include a brooch made from human teeth.
There's also a 1850s shadowbox containing a Madonna surrounded by a memorial wreath made of locks of a deceased loved one.
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