Mysteries: Great Train Robbery Pictures
Don examines a manuscript that inspired the political views of President Abraham Lincoln, a detonator used in a deadly train robbery, and a camcorder used to record a strange, otherworldly phenomenon.
mysteries-at-the-museum-404-ss-001On display at the Chicago History Museum is a set of feather plume fans that were used for a burlesque show at the 1933 Chicago World’s Fair. 960 1280
mysteries-at-the-museum-404-ss-004The International Spy Museum in Washington, DC, houses the make-up that was used to disguise the 6 American diplomats who evaded capture during the Iran hostage crisis of 1979. 960 1280
mysteries-at-the-museum-404-ss-011At the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA, is a “Blue Box,” a contraption invented by Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs that, in the days of rotary telephones, could hack the phone network to make free long-distance calls. 960 1280
mysteries-at-the-museum-404-ss-013At the Joseph Jefferson Mansion and Gardens on Lake Peigneur in New Iberia, LA, is an antique urn that was one of few relics to survive a terrifying and earthshaking disaster. 960 1280
Roanoke, Edgar Allan Poe, Greenbrier 11 Photos