A scientist covers up his sabotage of a B-1 Bomber experiment.
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While filming footage for the fourth season episode "Carnival of Spies" inside a real traveling carnival, one of the crew moved what was supposed to be a wax mannequin of a corpse hanging from gallows, but accidentally broke off one of its hands, and to his horror discovered it contained real bones and mummified flesh. It turned out the body belonged to career criminal Elmer McCurdy, who had been shot to death during a failed attempt to rob a train in 1911. His body had been embalmed by a local mortician who, when nobody claimed it, kept it on display in his funeral home to demonstrate his expertise in his craft. Years later several men claiming to be McCurdy's brothers claimed the body under the false pretense of giving him a proper burial in San Francisco, but were in fact working for the carnival and lied about their relations in order to use the body as a display. McCurdy was eventually buried in Guthrie, Oklahoma in 1977. See more
Most cars with horizontally-arranged dual-lamp headlights have the high beams toward the center and the low beams on the outside, and depending on how they're wired, either the high beams go on without the low beams, or all four lamps come on at the same time. So since the villains' car that Steve was tailing had just its high-beam (center) lamps on, it then would not have all four of its headlights on sometime later. See more