Museum explores strange local tales

A concrete block embedded with human teeth once stood at the corner of West Lexington Avenue and South Riverside Drive in Elkhart. 

 

BRISTOL — A program by the Elkhart County Historical Museum will dive into some of the strange but true, and strange but not true, tales residents may have heard about over the years. 

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