Friday afternoon is about to get strange. Or at least stranger than usual for Central Florida.
That's because Orange County Regional History Center curator of collections Lesleyanne Drake is leading a Zoom discussion at noon about five of the most interesting, outlandish stories she's learned about since she joined the History Center team.From 7,000-year-old bog bodies (with their brain tissue still preserved), to the time Orlando City Hall was destroyed in an epic explosion for a Hollywood film, these facts, Drake warns, "are sure to blow your mind!"
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