Monumental Mysteries: Cancer Hotel Pictures
Don investigates the site of a terrible, tragic scheme and the statue of a woman who deserves her place in American history.
After the Great Depression, a man by the name of Norman Baker purchased the rundown Crescent Hotel and vowed to restore the town of Eureka Springs, AR, to its former position as a famous place of healing. He quickly developed plans to open a hospital for cancer patients on the site, claiming to have found a miracle cure to the disease.
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