Mysteries: Conqueror's Curse and Play-Doh Pictures
Don Wildman examines artifacts from a doomed luxury cruise ship, a cursed movie production and a strange alien encounter.
Chris Bensch examines a small ball of clay on display at the Strong National Museum of Play in Rochester, NY. This clay was the inspiration for an iconic American children’s toy: Play-Doh.
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