Mysteries: Suicide Table Pictures
Don examines a piece of concrete tied to an infamous disaster, a mounted dog that prowled the lines in World War I, and an antique gaming table said to be imbued with a sinister curse.
At the Philadelphia History Museum in Philadelphia, PA, is a small, mounted dog. Named “Philly,” the heroic animal saved the lives of many American soldiers during World War I before being preserved at the museum.
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