The Bauxite Historical Association Museum in Bauxite, Arkansas, houses a fascinating collection of historic memorabilia related to the towns importance in mining and producing aluminum during WWII.
In addition to being labeled the “aluminum capital of the world,” Bauxite is also recognized as playing a pivotal role in modern dental health practices.
Smelting bauxite into aluminum requires adding fluoride. Perhaps not surprisingly, the excess found its way into the town’s drinking water where local dentists quickly discovered that the townsfolk had much stronger teeth compared with out-of-town patients.
The museum boasts a long history of reported paranormal activity. Could the spirits of the miners still be present after all these years?