At the Furnace Creek Visitor Center in Death Valley National Park, Greg Cox handles an antique trunk that some believe is evidence of a legendary cross-country journey.
These weathered bricks from Libby Prison at the Chicago History Museum were at the center of one of the most daring prison escapes of the Civil War era.
Don Wildman uncovers the story behind an antique trunk housed at the Furnace Creek Visitor Center in Death Valley National Park.
A mortar and pestle on display at the Furnace Creek Visitor Center.
Museum curator Olivia Mahoney examines the bricks from Libby Prison at the Chicago History Museum.
On display at the Chicago History Museum are bricks connected to one of the American Civil War’s most famous prison breaks.
On display at the American Museum of Science and Energy in Oak Ridge, TN, is a metal machine called a calutron. The machine played a critical role in a stunning prophecy of Armageddon and urbanization.
An artifact that was found in the antique trunk that’s currently housed at Furnace Creek Visitors Center.
Don Wildman investigates artifacts at the Mothman Museum in Point Pleasant, WV.
The antique trunk that was discovered in Death Valley National Park.