Anthrax, Marilyn Monroe, Hunley Submarine

Marilyn Monroe's pill box, the Titan Missile, a piece of Amelia Earhart's plane -- explore these and other fascinating relics.
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The Titan Missile, as seen at night, at the Titan Missile Museum in Sahuarita, AZ.

Marilyn Monroe display at the Hollywood Museum in Los Angeles.

A coupon used in the original Ponzi scheme is on display at the Museum of American Finance in NYC.

Museum of Flight curator Dan Hagedorn examines a piece of Amelia Earhart's plane.

A cardboard box on display at the Centers for Disease Control Museum in Atlanta.

Hunley Submarine on display at the Friends of the Hunley in Charleston, SC.

Notorious scammer Charles Ponzi.

Marilyn Monroe's pill bottle at the Hollywood Museum in Los Angeles.

Titan Missile Museum’s director, Yvonne Morris, examines the keys once used to operate the Titan missile.

Museum of American Finance’s director, Richard Sylla, examines a coupon used in the original Ponzi scheme.

Exterior of the Hollywood Museum in Los Angeles.

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