I am still not crazy about the title, but the basic concept is having a new small wood-cabin type structure placed in the Redwood Creek/Golden State area, to emulate the kind of quirky California roadside attractions and serve as a center for info on purported-cryptzoological animals native to the state, such as Bigfoot, Tessie (Lake Tahoe's sea serpent), and the Thunderbirds of Native American lore for a few examples.
The building itself would be in roughly this style: http://www.shawneestructures.com/200...n-16x24bbg.jpg, plus a few more touristy flourishes...signs and the like, and a Bigfoot statue of this sort for guests to take photos with: http://www.cryptomundo.com/wp-conten...oot-statue.jpg
Inside, it would be slightly similar in terms of level of exhibits, to a cross between the decor of the Hester and Chester store in Animal Kingdom, and the Yeti museum area of the Everest queue. Drawings and specifically commissioned/fake sculptures and artifacts of the creatures, explanatory boards and text pieces, video clips, along with purported real evidence, like the Patterson-Gimlin bigfoot stills/video and genuine cultural representations of the animals. It would kind of be a mish mash between "scientific" style presentation, replica skulls, information, and weird folk art carvings and plain silly nonsense. I think this could be fun, and unique...it would be kind of a small, not widely-advertised spot for people to come across and explore, comparable say to placement and advertising as the cabin inside Big Thunder Ranch more or less. A couple Cast Members could work it, and have specific "characters" or roles...a skeptic, for example, or a enthusiast/believer, to interact with guests and tell them about the evidence and history of the "monsters" of California. Add in a couple specific, goofy merchandise pieces...a silk-screened, slightly cheesy looking t-shirt, a snowglobe, postcards, all marketed as if it was a real off-beat roadside attraction, and I think you'd have something unique and fun that still fits the California theme.