Craig and Mark set up a photoshoot to get a better idea of what Hugh Glass would have looked like while reacting to a bear attack in this scene from "Tesla and the Unbreakable Glass."
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Tesla and the Unbreakable Glass
At the Crucible Foundry in Norman, Oklahoma, "Monument Guys" Mark Palmerton, Steve Palmerton, and Craig Campbell research, sculpt, and cast bronze statues of deserving heroes dead and alive, celebrated and forgotten.
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