Don inspects a strange pair of shoes that starred in one of the most bizarre and gruesome tales of the Wild West. And examines a miniature spacesuit - worn by a most unconventional space pioneer.Go to Episode
This underground warren of tunnels and passageways was once used to transport cargo and hidden in its center is a six-by-six foot cell.
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On display here is a typewritten document that played a role in one of the most controversial spy cases in American history -- the Rosenberg Spy Case.
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On display here is an aging pair of men’s shoes that played a part in one of the most twisted tales of the Wild West.
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On display here is a miniature spacesuit, worn by a most unconventional space pioneer, known as the “Astrochimp.”
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In the archives here is a small glass vial, containing an antique scroll. It’s a message in a bottle, written in code and unread for one hundred and forty-five years.
1201 E. Clay St., Richmond, VA 23219
In the bowels of the Academy of Natural Sciences is a rare fossil that answers an age-old mystery. It’s the remains of an ancient fish, and it could be a crucial missing link in the story of our species.
1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway Philadelphia, PA 19103