The “Area 51: Myth or Reality” exhibit was opened two years ago by the National Atomic Testing Museum of Las Vegas, and it is now reopening it’s doors. According to our friends over at The Huffington Post, the exhibit is adding some new elements to the exhibit that weren’t there before – including some extra artifacts, along with a different look and feel to make more of a definition between the myth and reality sides of the exhibit. The museum contains a total of more than 12,000 artifacts related to the history of the development and testing of nuclear bombs.
And here are some more interesting links to kick off your Monday morning…
• Tigers celebrate Red Sox sweep by wearing zubaz in the locker room [Extra Mustard]
• Here are some celebrities impersonating celebrities [Worldwide Interweb]
• Babe Ruth’s watch sold for $650,000 at an auction [Fox Sports]