Mysteries: Squeaky Fromme, Hodag Pictures
Don Wildman examines a pistol used in a presidential assassination attempt and tells the story of an infamous woman who spent 30 years in isolation for carrying a disease she didn’t believe she had.
Squeaky FrommeOn display at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum in Grand Rapids, MI, is a pistol that was used in “Squeaky” Fromme’s brazen attempt to assassinate Gerald Ford. 960 1280
The Rhinelander Logging MuseumVisitors to The Rhinelander Logging Museum in Rhinelander, WI, are greeted by the snarling and hideous face of a beast that many believed terrorized the people of this peaceful region. 960 1280
National Electronics MuseumAt the National Electronics Museum in Linthicum, MD, is a piece of technology from the 1940s that was threatened with obsolescence after the end of World War II. 960 1280
Museum of the American GangsterA dusty glass bottle on display at the Museum of the American Gangster in New York speaks to a terrifying outbreak that sent shockwaves throughout the city during the Prohibition Era. 960 1280
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