When you hear the word "monster" what comes to mind?  For my the first thing I think of is Frankenstein's monster, then Dracula, and so on.  Well, one pizza place in Indiana is such a fan of monsters, they've themed their entire pizza joint after them.

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I was scrolling through Tik Tok, and saw a video about a pizza place that was filled with monsters.  I figured it was probably somewhere far away or in a big city, but nope, it's right here in Indiana! Now it is a bit of a hike from the Tri-State as it's located in Decatur, Indiana, but it definitely would be worth the drive up! It's called Famous Monster Pizza, and I'm already a big fan just by the name.  I'm one of those people where my house is Halloween year-round, so any chance to get my Halloween/monster fix, I'm all for it!

Famous Monster Pizza serves up delicious pizza while horror and monster memorabilia fill the restaurant walls. I was able to find an interview on YouTube with Famous Monster Pizza owner Max Miller, and he said he has been collecting monster toys and movie memorabilia since the 1970s and one day had an idea to display his collection for everyone to see. Since then the idea slowly morphed and turned into Famous Monster Pizza.

When I saw in the video the Munster family hanging on the wall, I knew this place was my kinda people! Check out a walk-through tour of the memorabilia you'll see inside Famous Monster Pizza below.

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