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No, I am NOT Ben Minnotte. I am Zee (not my real first name) Anderson, I'm a huge fan of the Archive, and I created this wikia because the Archive needed its own Wikia/"Image I took of the Oddity Archive" Storage.
Due to copyright or content issues, Ben posts all episodes on Blip, and the episodes (mostly) free of content or copyright problem) are posted on YouTube.
Nope, it's just him. He just says he has others working with him to make the Archive sound complex.
As of August 5, 2013, Ben spotted this wiki on a link to his blogspot, so now he knows.
Not everything is true. Since I started this wiki about a year after the Oddity Archive premired and due to Ben usually telling fake stories about his childhood, not everthing on this wiki is true.
I actually don't know, but it's most likely for privacy reasons. The only episodes where we see his face are the promo and the Halloween special, only for a brief moment.
See Ben Minnotte's wikia page.
It's a show hosted by Ben Minnotte who talks about the odd, obsolute, and obsure areas in TV, Film, Music, and Technology, usually spanning for the 1970s to the 1990s; This is how he describes it.
Ben's response about Oddity Archive Wiki:
" When checking my blogspot stats, I noticed people were coming to the site via a Wikia article! Somebody, somewhere has deemed the Archive worthy of a Wikia page. It's about 80% inaccurate, but nonetheless it's a pretty in-depth read. I really needed a good laugh today. :)
BTW, feel free to edit it as you please, I'm rather enjoying reading this... "''
It still feels good Ben saw the Archive's Wikia page.
Thanks Ben (I think).
It's about a PSA from 1963 known as "Say No To Strangers".
On the Archive's facebook, Ben says he might do a minisode on the record "Italian Dance Party".