Mysteries: Edison’s Pen and Lizard Man Pictures
Don Wildman examines one of Thomas Edison’s failed inventions, the (supposed) footprint of a strange reptilian creature, and the bell of a ship whose crew mysteriously disappeared.
Statue of DianaAt the Philadelphia Museum of Art is a bronze statue of Diana, the Roman goddess of the hunt. This work of art bore witness to a scandalous, turn of the century crime that rocked high society and the nation, when famous architect Stanford White was murdered by a vengeful millionaire. 960 1280
Carroll Deering's bellAt the Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum on Hatteras Island in North Carolina is the bell of the Carroll Deering, a shipping vessel whose entire crew mysteriously vanished in one of the most confounding cases in seafaring history. 960 1280
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