Something Strange

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Something Strange

Year: 2016
Genre: Entertainment

Circus sideshows became very popular in the late 1800s. Having faded in popularity, Chris Mysterion and Steffi Kay are working together to bring this ancient circus back to life with local and travelling performers.

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