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Ohio Mysteries


Jan 20, 2020

Authorities never learned the identity of the man who was found dead of natural causes along a road outside Sabina, Ohio in 1929. But he would become the town's most famous resident over the next 35 years as his embalmed body went on display as a roadside attraction and is estimated to have been viewed in person by 1.5 million people.
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Music: Sorrow for Sorrow, by Palamara. Find more at https://palamara.bandcamp.com.
Additional music: Audionautix- The Great Unknown, and The Great Phospher- Daniel Birch