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WWII mystery barrels opened after 50 years

DALLAS (KDAF) -- Mystery canisters over 50 years old were ready to be opened at the Commemorative Air Force Headquarters at Dallas Executive Airport. The two barrels have been sitting in a barn in Oklahoma City since 1963. So what's in them? "We genuinely have no idea, believe me, the staff here wanted to sneak them open and have a look inside, but this is going to be as much a surprise for us as anyone watching," says Commemorative Air Force VP, Adam Smith.
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