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American Museum of Science and Energy

On display at the American Museum of Science and Energy is metal machine called a calutron. The machine played a critical role in a stunning prophecy of Armageddon and urbanization.

300 South Tulane Ave
Oak Ridge, TN 37830

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Chicago History Museum

Housed at the Chicago History Museum are a group of chipped and worn red-clay bricks. These weathered construction materials were at the center of one of the most daring prison escapes of the Civil War era.

1601 North Clark St
Chicago, IL 60614

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Furnace Creek Visitor’s Center

Stored at the Furnace Creak Visitor Center is an antique weathered trunk discovered in the unforgiving desert. Some believe it is evidence of a legendary cross-country journey.

California Hwy 190
Death Valley National Park

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The Mothman Museum

Near the Mothman Museum in Point Pleasant, WV, sits a metal statue that pays homage to a time when this town was terrorized by a legendary beast.

411 Main St
Point Pleasant, West Virginia

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New York Historical Society

At the New York Historical Society is an aged artifact that at first glance, appears unexceptional: a pair of children’s shoes. This footwear, however, is linked to one of New York’s darkest days.

170 Central Park West
New York, NY 10024

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Omaha Public Library

The Omaha Public Library is home to a curious relic that catches visitors off guard. It’s a preserved human scalp that tells the tale of one man’s courage in the face of certain death.

215 South 15th St
Omaha, NE 68102