An exhibit about Bernie Madoff, the nation's biggest financial fraudster, opened this week at the National Museum of Crime & Punishment in Washington, DC.
The world's biggest Ponzi schemer who was convicted after an estimated $65 billion fraud is serving a 150-year sentence in a North Carolina prison.
His display includes objects such as his office building master key, an apology note to his surviving son, Andrew Madoff, and a wooden snake from his yacht "Bull," according to a press release.
Madoff had a residence in Palm Beach, and about 2,000 of his 13,000 victims lived in South Florida.
Another exhibit with Florida ties: the Volkswagen of serial killer Ted Bundy, who murdered two female Florida State students and was executed here in 1989.
Calling crime "America's favorite subject," the museum's exhibits include Unabomber Ted Kaczynsky and Frank Abagnale, Jr., whose life inspired the movie "Catch Me If You Can," starring Tom Hanks and Leonardo DiCaprio.
It also has interactive ways to learn about crime fighting, in a crime lab, forensic workshops and a library.
You can find more on the museum's Facebook page.
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