Don explores the freakiest mysteries -- from the plaster cast of Siamese twins, Cheng and Eng at the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia to one of the most startling exhibits at the Detroit Science Center, where 2 dozen 200-year-old corpses are perfectly preserved.
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