Chowchilla Kidnapping and the Texas City Disaster

Get a look at Evel Knievel’s Harley-Davidson, the schoolbus involved in a heinous crime and artifacts from a terrible industrial accident.

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A shoe that was found on the day of the Texas City Disaster on display at the Texas City Museum. The April 16, 1947, incident was the deadliest industrial accident in US history, and killed almost 600 people.

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