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Who kept Thomas Edison's dying last breath in a bottle?

Answer:

Henry Ford

Henry Ford considered Thomas Edison his personal hero and friend. Tucked away in the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan, is a sealed glass tube next to a paper wrapper labeled "Edison's Last Breath?" Along with the tube is a note that reads, “It is alleged that Henry Ford asked Thomas A. Edison’s son, Charles, to collect an exhaled breath from the lungs of Ford’s dying hero and friend. This test tube was found at Ford's Fair Lane mansion, along with Edison's hat and shoes, after Clara Ford's death in 1950."

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