Why should you care? On his website, Meltzer writes:
In this case, it began with a government employee who told me that I needed to come to a secret museum that almost no one knew about. Naturally, I was suspicious, so I asked him what they had at this so-called museum. Then he told me: We have pieces of Abraham Lincoln's skull, the bullet that killed him, and even the bones of John Wilkes Booth, if you want to see them.
I take issue with the 'so-called' and 'secret' - the Medical Museum's been open to visitors since the 1860s.
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