Hitchcock's Birds, Hope Diamond, Phineas Gage Travel Guide

Don examines artifacts at the Kansas State Historical Society, National Museum of Natural History, the Scripps Research Institute and the Warren Anatomical Museum.


Activities
Kansas State Historical Society
At the archives of the Kansas Museum of History in Topeka is an antique kitchen knife that was used in one of the first-known serial killing sprees in America.
  • 6425 Southwest 6th Avenue
  • Topeka, KS 66615 US

Kansas State Historical Society

At the archives of the Kansas Museum of History in Topeka is an antique kitchen knife that was used in one of the first-known serial killing sprees in America.
6425 Southwest 6th Avenue Topeka, KS, US
National Museum of Natural History
Alongside the awe-inspiring artifacts at the National Museum of Natural History is a rare blue gem known as the Hope Diamond. This magnificent treasure is perhaps best known not for its beauty… but for a deadly curse.
  • 10th Street Northwest
  • Washington, DC 20530 US

National Museum of Natural History

Alongside the awe-inspiring artifacts at the National Museum of Natural History is a rare blue gem known as the Hope Diamond. This magnificent treasure is perhaps best known not for its beauty… but for a deadly curse.
10th Street Northwest Washington, DC, US
The Scripps Research Institute
Preserved in a glass jar is a cluster of bizarre creatures of the sea. Known as zooplankton, these organisms help shed light on the mysteries of the deep. But they could also be responsible for inspiring a famous horror film.
  • 10550 North Torrey Pines Road
  • La Jolla, CA 92037 US

The Scripps Research Institute

Preserved in a glass jar is a cluster of bizarre creatures of the sea. Known as zooplankton, these organisms help shed light on the mysteries of the deep. But they could also be responsible for inspiring a famous horror film.
10550 North Torrey Pines Road La Jolla, CA, US
Warren Anatomical Museum
Harvard University’s Warren Anatomical Museum is home to a shattered, aging skull. It belonged to a 19th-century laborer who suffered from a grisly accident that should have killed him.
  • 10 Shattuck St. Boston, MA 02115
  • Boston, MA 02115 US

Warren Anatomical Museum

Harvard University’s Warren Anatomical Museum is home to a shattered, aging skull. It belonged to a 19th-century laborer who suffered from a grisly accident that should have killed him.
10 Shattuck St. Boston, MA 02115 Boston, MA, US