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Collector’s Museum

A new fundraiser has been established to try to help finance the first everDoctor WhoMerchandise Museum, which it is hoped will be based in Lincolnshire, England.

Yes, David, that is a big one.

The campaign is spearheaded by Doctor Who book writer, historian and merchandise collector David J Howe. Large donations will be rewarded with perks, including private dinners with David, his wife (award-winning horror author Sam Stone) and Frazer Hines (Jamie in the 1960s), and lunch with Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’s Chase Masterson. More perks will be added as the campaign progresses. Visit the Indigogo fundraising page at for details.

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