Don’t Pull That Lever! Switch Cover Plate

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Ran across this in Monsters from the Vault magazine, and a Google search turned up at least one blogger who was fortunate enough to receive one of these “Don’t Pull That Lever!” switch cover plates. These were created by Angie Olson and given out at Monster Bash 2005 in Mankato, Minnesota.

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Deleted: Ran across this in <em>Monsters from the Vault</em> magazine, and a Google search turned up at least one blogger who was fortunate enough to receive one of these "Don't Pull That Lever!" switch cover plates. These were created by Angie Olson and given out at Monster Bash 2005 in Mankato, Minnesota.  Added: Ran across this in <em>Monsters from the Vault</em> magazine, and a Google search turned up at least <a href="http:// castlefamous.blogspot.com/ 2006_06_01_archive.html">one blogger</a> who was fortunate enough to receive one of these "Don't Pull That Lever!" switch cover plates. These were created by Angie Olson and given out at Monster Bash 2005 in Mankato, Minnesota.
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One thought on “Don’t Pull That Lever! Switch Cover Plate”

  1. Ran accross this posting of my daughter’s switch plate cover by chance. To correct the entry, her home town was Mankato, MN but MONSTER BASH (where these were distributed) was held in Pittsburgh, PA.
    She, like I, create fan-produced monster collectables occasionally~items we wish had been produced but never were.
    Regards,
    Richard Olson
    Duluth, MN

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