Mysteries: Failed Assassination of JFK Pictures

Don examines a pin that's connected to a plot to assassinate JFK, a bizarre contraption that was designed by Max factor and a strange being that some believed was evidence of a close encounter.

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Jacksonville Museum of Military History
Damascus Missile

Damascus Missile

The Jacksonville Museum of Military History in Arkansas houses a collection of metallic shards recovered after a catastrophic explosion that nearly wiped out the entire state. 960 1280

  

Damascus Missile

Damascus Missile

The blast occurred at the Air Force base outside Damascus, AR, when one of the world's most powerful, long-range weapons, a 9-megaton warhead, mysteriously blew off a Titan II missile, spelling disaster of near-nuclear proportions. 960 1280

  

Eye in the Sky

Eye in the Sky

When a hot air balloon ride in 1861 drifted off-course during the midst of the Civil War, its navigator, Thaddeus Lowe, discovers that he can repurpose the lofty contraption for the benefit of Union troops. 960 1280

  

Eye in the Sky

Eye in the Sky

The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC, boasts a set of binoculars that helped elevate military spy craft to newfound heights. 960 1280

  

St. Louis Marathon

St. Louis Marathon

The Missouri History Museum in St. Louis exhibits an octagonal medal bearing the 1904 Olympic games insignia. The 1904 games marked the first time the Olympic competition took place outside of Europe. 960 1280

  

St. Louis Marathon

St. Louis Marathon

The token (pictured above) hearkens back to a bizarre and excruciating test of human endurance, and one of the strangest contests in athletic history. In fact, several runners began to have their lungs fill up with dirt, cough up blood and even collapse along the marathon route. 960 1280

  

Soapy Smith

Soapy Smith

The Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park Museum in Skagway, AK, is home to a crude effigy of a swindler whose fortune grew from a host of small-time scams. 960 1280

  

Soapy Smith

Soapy Smith

After seizing control of the remote mining town of Skagway, Jefferson "Soapy" Smith befriended JD Stewart, gaining his trust only to assault and rob him of all his gold. The robbery led to the locals calling a protective meeting to stop Smith from further sullying the town’s reputation ... only to end in bloodshed. 960 1280

  

Spirit Board Boyfriend

Spirit Board Boyfriend

The Warren Occult Museum in Monroe, CT, features a fire-scarred picture frame tied to a shocking tale of satanic seduction. According to the family who owned it, the artifact is evidence of a diabolical series of events set in motion by an unwitting teenager’s innocent experiment. 960 1280

  

Spirit Board Boyfriend

Spirit Board Boyfriend

Once the Beckford family was convinced their Connecticut home was haunted, they contacted local demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren for help. After investigating the property, it was determined that Victoria Beckford had summoned what appeared to be the entity of a teenage boy to the house through the use of a spirit board. 960 1280

  

Victoria Woodhull

Victoria Woodhull

New York City’s Museum of American Finance collection includes a dress linked to one of the most controversial figures in American history, the 34-year-old psychic entrepreneur, Victoria Woodhull. 960 1280

  

Victoria Woodhull

Victoria Woodhull

Not only was Victoria Woodhull the United States' first female financier -- owning a very successful brokerage firm -- she was also a famous spirit medium and the first female presidential candidate. 960 1280

  

National Atomic Testing Museum
National Atomic Testing Museum

National Atomic Testing Museum

Allan Palmer, director at the National Atomic Testing Museum, examines a collection of rocks found after a strange explosion in Russia. The debris has some very unusual properties, confounding scientists since its discovery in 1986. 960 1280

  

Pieces of Eight

Pieces of Eight

Spanish dollars, also known as Pieces of Eight, that are housed at the McLarty Treasure Museum in Vero Beach, FL. The museum was built on land that was once used as a camp for the survivors of a 1715 shipwreck, and is home to many objects that have washed ashore from that ill-fated Spanish ship. 960 1280

  

Haggin Museum

Haggin Museum

On display at the Haggin Museum in Stockton, CA, is a vintage trunk that was at the center of a notorious (and gruesome) scandal. 960 1280

  

Koreshan State Historic Site

Koreshan State Historic Site

On display at the Koreshan State Historic Site in Estero, FL, is a strange-looking globe that tells the story of a man named Cyrus Reed Teed. Teed had some rather … unusual … beliefs about the structure of earth, and founded a cult that referred to themselves as the Koreshan Unity. 960 1280

  

McLarty Treasure Museum

McLarty Treasure Museum

Visit the McLarty Treasure Museum in Vero Beach, FL, to see some of the loot that has washed ashore from a Spanish shipwreck in 1715. 960 1280

  

National Atomic Testing Museum

National Atomic Testing Museum

Get a look at debris that many believe is out of this world …. literally ... at the National Atomic Testing Museum. 960 1280

  

Emma LeDoux Murder

Emma LeDoux Murder

In 1906, a woman by the name of Emma LeDoux murdered her fiancé … and attempted to ship his body home in this now-bloodstained trunk, on display at the Haggin Museum in Stockton, CA. 960 1280

  

McLarty Treasure Museum

McLarty Treasure Museum

Pieces of Eight coins on display at the McLarty Treasure Museum. 960 1280

  

National Atomic Testing Museum

National Atomic Testing Museum

Visit the National Atomic Testing Museum to see evidence from the “Russian Roswell” incident. 960 1280

  

Haggin Museum

Haggin Museum

Don examines a trunk tied to a gruesome murder at the Haggin Museum in Stockton, CA. 960 1280

  

1986 UFO Crash

1986 UFO Crash

Get an up-close look at rocks that could be evidence of a 1986 UFO crash in Russia. 960 1280

  

St. Francis Dam
St. Francis Dam

St. Francis Dam

At the Santa Clarita Valley Historical Society in Newhall, CA, is a fragment from the St. Francis Dam. When the dam failed in 1928, the floodwater killed almost 600 people. 960 1280

  

Plane Fragments

Plane Fragments

Mark Hall-Patton examines mangled metal fragments that are housed at the Clark County Museum in Henderson, NV. The metal tells the story of a tragic plane crash that shocked Hollywood and the nation. 960 1280

  

Philadelphia History Museum

Philadelphia History Museum

At the Philadelphia History Museum in Philadelphia, PA, is a small, mounted dog. Named “Philly,” the heroic animal saved the lives of many American soldiers during World War I before being preserved at the museum. 960 1280

  

Concrete

Concrete

In Newhall, CA, is a chunk of concrete that was once part of a celebrated engineering marvel that ultimately brought about one of the deadliest man-made disasters in American history. 960 1280

  

Delta Saloon Café

Delta Saloon Café

At the Delta Saloon Café in Virginia City, NV, is a table that many believe is cursed. Three different people have committed suicide at this exact Faro table. 960 1280

  

Philadelphia History Museum

Philadelphia History Museum

The Philadelphia History Museum is now home to an unlikely hero. In the face of great danger, this small dog once prowled the front lines of World War I. 960 1280

  

Delta Saloon Café

Delta Saloon Café

The Delta Saloon Café is home to a gaming table with a dark past. 960 1280

  

Suicide table

Suicide table

Visit the Delta Saloon Café in Virginia City, NV, to see the famed “suicide table.” 960 1280

  

Clark County Museum

Clark County Museum

At the Clark County Museum in Henderson, NV, is a fragment of a plane that crashed while carrying one of the most famous actresses of the 1930s – Carole Lombard. 960 1280

  

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