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Fox News Channel anchor Jamie Colby hosts this series that explores stories of unconventional inheritances. Most people leave big-ticket items like cash, jewelry and real estate in their wills. Then there are folks who leave beneficiaries items that are more unique. Among the unusual circumstances featured on "Strange Inheritance" are a family trying to keep a 900-acre bug museum in business, and the discovery of a rare 1913 Liberty Head nickel, which could be worth millions of dollars depending on its condition.

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Descendants of James Naismith inherit the two pages upon which he first typed up the rules of basketball.
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Daughter inherits her father's million-dollar cache of Colt revolvers from the Old West, including a rare 1876 Buntline Special.
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A Pan Am stewardess from the airlines' golden age leaves her niece a valuable collection of ancient beads she gathered in her travels.
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A vicious dog is bequeathed to its trainer by a co-creator of "The Simpsons"; a parrot inherits a house from its owner.
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A cell tower mogul hoards three million pounds of scrap, leaving his heirs to deal with a forty-acre heap.
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A family wants to cash in on thousands of mint-condition vintage comic books in order to rebuild their ice cream shop that was wrecked by Hurricane Sandy.
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New York woman inherits a priceless set of cymbals that famed Italian composer Giacomo Puccini had custom-made for his final opera.
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A Virginia family passes down through the generations the bible Nat Turner carried on his bloody 1832 slave rebellion.
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Drag-racing champion leaves his son the car he designed to set the world speed record.
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A Houston man inherits a luxury train car custom made for the legendary politician behind the world's first indoor stadium.
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A North Carolina man inherits 250,000 ancient Indian arrowheads.
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Cousins inherit oyster beds farmed by their family for a century, and are inspired to revive the dormant business.
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Oregon brothers inherit from their gunsmith father a massive collection of historic military weapons dating back to the Revolutionary War.
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Siblings inherit an entire company town in Pennsylvania.
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After their mother dies, sons discover that the painting from their New Jersey dining room is a long-lost Rembrandt.
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Retired school teacher inherits a French Chateau that had been moved to New Jersey and filled with 19th-century furnishings from a Vanderbilt mansion.
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Family inherits 200,000 pieces of jewelry worn in classic Hollywood movies.
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California man inherits a natural wonder theme park filled with bizarre trees, including 12 growing from a single trunk.
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Idaho farmer meticulously restores classic cars in his barn, and leaves them to his children.
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Nephew inherits boxes of original IRS documents revealing his uncle was an undercover agent who helped take down Al Capone and solve the Lindbergh Baby kidnapping.
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A father leaves his son stacks of ancient magic texts, some containing secrets magicians have guarded for centuries.

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