Historical Artifacts and Events
Gene Kent Nitz and Jeremiah Greer report on amazing findings from their years of researching off-beat historical events and political leaders. We join hundreds of brides in Filene’s basement in New York City as they fight for wedding gowns. Awesome facts are revealed about dreams, a dog who smiles only for her master, a street wrapped in bubble wrap by an insurance company tired of so many claims being filed from that one location, and we discover that Ripley’s owns a big collection of Lee Harvey Oswald artifacts, including his morgue toe-tag. We take a tour of the unbelievable historical artifacts in the Ripley collection, including pieces of the Berlin Wall, and we learn what a person living during the California Gold Rush had to go through if they sent their laundry out for a good cleaning.