Monumental Mysteries: Teen Vampire Pictures
Don Wildman examines the tombstone of a young woman many believed to be a vampire, exposes the man behind one of New York's most elaborate scams, and visits the country's most infamous prison.
When newspapers report that the General Grant National Memorial is falling into critical disrepair, 67-year-old hustler George Parker gets an idea. In 1928, he poses as President Ulysses S. Grant’s grandson and “sells” the tomb to a number of businessmen, all of whom dream of making a fortune by eventually charging entry to the majestic monument.
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