Eternal Light Host Bob Edwards details a century-old lightbulb that keeps burning and burning. The hand blown bulb is only four watts, but it's been burning in a California fire station since a neighbor donated it around the turn of the century.
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Host Bob Edwards details a century-old lightbulb that keeps burning and burning. The hand blown bulb is only four watts, but it's been burning in a California fire station since a neighbor donated it around the turn of the century.