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Hotel 'art'

Bert Kreischer, host of the Travel Channel's "Bert the Conqueror" television show, leaves his creepy creations behind in hotel rooms wherever he goes.

Bert Kreischer, host of the Travel Channel's "Bert the Conqueror" television show, has made a habit of leaving "creepy" art behind when he checks out of a hotel room. Bert Kreischer / Courtesy of Travel Channel
For one of his pranks, Kreischer stuffed a shirt and put it in the hotel refrigerator. Kreischer has posted photos of his creations on Twitter, asking his followers for caption suggestions. Bert Kreischer / Courtesy of Travel Channel
Kreischer tells the Australian website news.com.au that his goal is to leave each room in a "semi-disturbing manner." Here, he used some items in his suitcase to make it look like a body was stuffed under a bed. Bert Kreischer / Courtesy of Travel Channel
Kreischer calls this creation "Toilet Fang," fashioned to look like a snake with fangs dripping with fake blood. Bert Kreischer / Courtesy of Travel Channel
Here Kreischer tied a sheet to a chair and hung it out the window. "I am long gone by the time anyone from the hotel sees my 'art,' but I always leave a generous tip and never destroy anything or create anything that would be a hassle to put back together in a matter of seconds," he says. Bert Kreischer / Courtesy of Travel Channel
A mummy advertises Kreischer's television show. In "Bert the Conqueror," Kreischer travels around the country "in search of can’t-miss thrill rides and local activities, from the crazy to the insane to the downright dangerous." Bert Kreischer / Courtesy of Travel Channel
Kreischer rearranged these pillows to resemble a dog as part of his "What Will the Maid Think?" creations. Bert Kreischer / Courtesy of Travel Channel