Don investigates a mysterious curse that doomed movie star Rudolph Valentino, one of America's most brazen bank heists and a pocket watch that was responsible for a string of bizarre deaths.
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Speaking of people who died connected to Valentino after his death, they missed the perfect opportunity to claim June Mathis also owned the allegedly "cursed ring" of his. June was the agent who discovered Rudolph, his personal friend, and the woman who loaned him her crypt upon his unexpected death. She strangely died exactly one year, 2 months and twenty days after Valentino. The legendary star has remained in the tomb that was supposed to be a temporary respite while they would build him more suitable permanent lodgings. See more
The catalog listing Rudolph Valentino's items for auction is shown in close up: it reads "Cat's Eye Ring". The man explaining the story says that a cat's eye ring is sometimes called tiger's eyes. This is wrong. Those are two completely different stones. Cat's eye is chatoyant with a single line or bar down the center which reflects the light and appears to move as the stone is tilted. It is also often man-made. Tiger's eye is a very cheap natural crystal and, although chatoyant as well, it has many stripes but none exactly down the center of its cut. They are random. See more