Years ago, my parents picked up this weird monster making play set thing for me from an out-of-town auction they went to. It was a metal contraption that consisted of two features: (1) a transparent plastic domed chamber, with a metal mesh floor (the heating element), where monsters were "baked" and (2) a trash compactor type device for squishing the monsters down into cubes again. Basically, what you'd do is plug it into an electrical outlet, the chamber would heat up, and you'd put the cubed, rubbery monsters into the chamber and they'd "unfold" back into creatures again, and then, you'd squish them down, and repeat the process. Fun and incredibly unsafe for children to play with ("Easy Bake Oven" for future serial killers?) I'll admit I was evil and cooked a poor grasshopper in it one time (it turned red, just like a lobster). I'm guessing the thing was made in the 60s or 70s, as there's no way a toy company would have made something dangerous like this in recent years. Any ideas what is was or who made it? I don't have it anymore--can't even recall what ever happened to it.