Mysteries: Chewing Gum and U2 Spy Pictures

Don Wildman examines a strange substance that was first used to make chewing gum, a medallion containing deadly poison and a bizarre carving that could re-write the history of America’s discovery.

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Curator Patricia Salmon examines a piece of chicle – sap from a tree native to Mexico and Central America. The substance was first used to make chewing gum, and a block is now on display at the Staten Island Museum in New York.

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