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The wackiest of unclaimed airline luggage over the last 50 years

Daily Mail Logo Daily Mail | Slide 1 of 18: What does a unicycle, a camera from Nasa 's space shuttle and a shrunken head all have in common? Bizarrely, they are all items lost by airline passengers that, because they remained unclaimed, were sent by carriers to be resold by the Unclaimed Baggage Center - a 40,000-square-foot store in Scottsboro, Alabama, that houses millions of orphaned objects. Here are some of the most bizarre items the company , which started in 1970, has ever processed...

What does a unicycle, a camera from Nasa 's space shuttle and a shrunken head all have in common? Bizarrely, they are all items lost by airline passengers that, because they remained unclaimed, were sent by carriers to be resold by the Unclaimed Baggage Center - a 40,000-square-foot store in Scottsboro, Alabama, that houses millions of orphaned objects. Here are some of the most bizarre items the company , which started in 1970, has ever processed...
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