Unusual up north museum to close in August, everything to go
July 12, 2020
VOGEL CENTER, Mich. (AP) — Kevin Moses was nobody. He wasn't famous, or popular, or talented. He had few interests or hobbies. Just a regular dude.
"He liked to ride his motorcycle," said his sister, Karla Moses told the Detroit Free Press. "He didn't do much else."
Yet there's an entire museum dedicated to ordinary Kevin Moses and his unremarkable life.
The Museum of Moses sits in very small, very quiet Vogel Center, a farming community about 20 miles southeast of Cadillac, a place so rural that cellphones don't work here. It's in a building next to Karla's old-fashioned general store.