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Wood detectives nail down a PBS mystery

Dendrochronologist Colin Laroque and his team at Mount Allison helped solve a mystery for an episode of the PBS series "Mystery Detectives". He talks with Jonna about the case which involved a family disagreement over a wooden picture frame allegedly carved from a hand rail salvaged from either the Titanic or the Lusitania. The episode aired Tuesday night, but you can watch it online at pbs.org/historydetectives.

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