Mysteries: Chewing Gum and U2 Spy Pictures
Don Wildman examines a strange substance that was first used to make chewing gum, a medallion containing deadly poison and a bizarre carving that could re-write the history of America’s discovery.
Westford MuseumDave Brody examines a plaster cast of the “Westford Knight,” a mysterious carving on display at the Westford Museum in Westford, MA. A man by the name of Frank Glynn believed that the rock was evidence that Columbus was not the first European to reach the New World. 960 1280
Mysteries at the Museum 11 Photos
Eastland Disaster and Smuttynose Murders 10 Photos
Municipal Archives in New York CityAt the Municipal Archives in New York City is a black and white negative that contains an image of a deadly weapon used in a sinister plot. How was one woman enlisted to become an unlikely assassin and what became of the man who orchestrated this bizarre tale of love and revenge? 960 1280
San Diego Air & Space MuseumOn the grounds of the San Diego Air & Space Museum stands a colossal missile. When a corrosion problem threatened to ground this powerful projectile for good, the search for a solution led to the creation of one of the country’s most common household products: WD-40. 960 1280
Madame Tussaud Pictures 12 Photos