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Dutch Thompson - Oddities From 100 Years Ago

Tea Pot Boiled Eggs, using keys to stop nose bleeds, and angels descending on a battlefield during the Great War. These are a few of the oddities from a hundred years ago that Dutch Thompson shares with us.

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