HARRISON, Ark. -- You could say Dr. Geoff Dunaway has his fans, with 30 years of bringing children into the world. Not far from his clinic, you can find more of Dunaway's fans -- around 3,000 of them.
Inside a two-story barn behind Dunaway's home is a walk back in time for any fan of fans.
"It started when I was 9 months old," Dunaway said. "It started with an infatuation with rotary motion at my grandma's house in Texarkana."
Dunaway started his collection after high school. It includes fans that only millionaire collectors can afford. The good doctor won't put a price on his favorites.
"What's the most you've paid for a fan?" a reporter asked.
"Can't comment," Dunaway said.
"Don't want your wife to know?"
"That's a secret," he replied.
"Probably, but not a a lot of them do," Dunaway said.