Einstein's Brain, Morgan Affair, Brass Knuckles Travel Guide

Don Wildman investigates artifacts at the Pennyroyal Area Museum, Ford's Theatre, the New York City Transit Museum, the Museum of the Gulf Coat, the Mutter Museum and Old Fort Niagara.


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Pennyroyal Area Museum
At the Pennyroyal Area Museum is a manila folder that contains sketches of alien beings that are said to have descended on a nearby Kentucky farm.
  • 217 East 9th St
  • Hopkinsville, KY 42240 US

Pennyroyal Area Museum

At the Pennyroyal Area Museum is a manila folder that contains sketches of alien beings that are said to have descended on a nearby Kentucky farm.
217 East 9th St Hopkinsville, KY, US
Phone: +1 270-887-4270
Ford’s Theatre National Historic Site
A set of brass knuckles that were carried by Kate Warne, the first woman detective in the US, to protect Lincoln from an assassination attempt.
  • 511 10th St. NW
  • Washington, DC 20004 US

Ford’s Theatre National Historic Site

A set of brass knuckles that were carried by Kate Warne, the first woman detective in the US, to protect Lincoln from an assassination attempt.
511 10th St. NW Washington, DC, US
Phone: +1 202-347-4833
New York City Transit Museum
At the New York City Transit Museum is a proposal for an underground mass transit system that was to be powered entirely by compressed air.
  • Boerum Pl
  • New York, NY 11201 US

New York City Transit Museum

At the New York City Transit Museum is a proposal for an underground mass transit system that was to be powered entirely by compressed air.
Boerum Pl New York, NY, US
Phone: +1 718-694-1600
Museum of the Gulf Coast
  • 700 Procter St
  • Port Arthur, TX 77640 US

Museum of the Gulf Coast

700 Procter St Port Arthur, TX, US
Phone: +1 409-982-7000
Mutter Museum
The Mutter Museum is home to a wooden box of 46 glass slides that contain pieces of Albert Einstein’s brain tissue.
Photo by George Widman Photography LLC

Mutter Museum

The Mutter Museum is home to a wooden box of 46 glass slides that contain pieces of Albert Einstein’s brain tissue.
19 S 22nd St Philadelphia, PA, US
Phone: +1 215-563-3737
Old Fort Niagara
The 250-year-old building that was once used to imprison a citizen against his will for threatening to expose the secrets of the Freemasons. He was never heard from again.
  • Old For Niagara
  • Youngstown, NY 14174 US

Old Fort Niagara

The 250-year-old building that was once used to imprison a citizen against his will for threatening to expose the secrets of the Freemasons. He was never heard from again.
Old For Niagara Youngstown, NY, US
Phone: +1 716-745-7611
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