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Motel of the Mysteries Characters & Character Analysis

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Characters

Howard Carson

Howard Carson is an amateur historian and archaeologist as well as the discoverer of the Motel of Mysteries. Carson is by no means a highly educated man. Money and a trust fund allowed him to conduct several experiments before finding the Motel of Mysteries, which he found completely by accident.

While completing the 116th annual Cross Continental North American Catastrophe Memorial Marathon, Carson falls behind the pack and stumbles upon an old excavation site which happens to be the Motel of Mysteries.

The character of Carson is completely comical. Aside from the fact that he has almost no experience in archeology, he acts in very comical ways and has little to no common sense. While on the excavation site, he has no idea how to open the tomb door, insists on making shadow puppets while others work and invents a comical ritual that the Yanks supposedly followed...

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