Quackery Museum Closes

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Liane Hansen talks with Bob McCoy, founder of the Museum of Questionable Medical Devices in Minneapolis, about packing up the last of the exhibits. The museum is closed, and many of the items will find a new home at the Science Museum of Minnesota. For more information, go to www.museumofquackery.com.



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