Mysteries at the Museum: Most Notorious
Don Wildman revisits the most notorious mysteries from a simple wheelbarrow that tells a grim and gruesome tale of greed and murder to a small bottle once filled with a doctor-recommended miracle cure-all that ended up disfiguring and often killing it's hopeful recipients.
Original Airdate | Tuesday, September 25, 2012
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