Monumental Mysteries: Filth Party Pictures
Don Wildman investigates the former home of a mysterious dancer, a 16-foot-tall statue of Vladimir Lenin and a disease once studied by a scientist who used himself as a lab rat.Filed under:
At the University of Wisconsin-Madison, on the west entrance of the biochemistry building, is a plaque relating to one of America’s most mysterious and devastating plagues that claimed more than 100,000 lives.
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