She once co-owned a shop in Glendale called Saints and Sinners, but now you can only find Nancy Nenad's south-of-the-border treasures at the occasional local festival (like the Desert Botanical Garden's Días de los Muertos celebration) or anytime on eBay (search under sellers for funkychickeneggranch). Nenad uses the proceeds from sales of her devilish wares — mainly Day of the Dead skeletons, which symbolize and celebrate the dead, and maybe the occasional voodoo accouterment — to fund more trips to Mexico and to support her menagerie of injured animals, which includes a canary with broken legs and a hog with a smashed skull. She and her mother, Bets, 80, have made their trips south for years — Nancy first went at age 3 — and the evidence is scattered around her Phoenix home, along with Planet of the Apes collectibles and a large ankle-nipping parrot... More >>>