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Cracking a 17th-Century Cold Case, Did John Adams Out Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings?, Building the Ultimate Taffy Machine and More

Cracking a 17th-Century Cold Case, Did John Adams Out Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings?, Building the Ultimate Taffy Machine and More

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Smithsonian Weekender    OCTOBER 2016

A Skeleton Found in a Castle Could Be the Key to Cracking a 17th-Century Cold Case

A murder mystery complete with royal intrigue

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The Swedish count Philip Königsmarck, left, and his lover Sophia Dorothea, right. A skeleton possibly belonging to Königsmarck was recently uncovered in the German castle where he disappeared. (University of Lund)

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