Real-Life Indiana Jones Dies

A real-life version of Indiana Jones, Dr. Don Miller of Indiana, died Sunday at age 91, The Daily Beast's M.L. Nestel reports. Miller's farm was raided by FBI agents last year to probe the origins of his artifacts that included everything from shrunken heads to an entombed “Sioux warrior.” Miller was an nuclear engineer, American adventurer, devout missionary and ham radio expert who built closed-circuit televisions for the first nuclear bomb test, known as Trinity, on July 16, 1945. Parts of a triggering device purported to come from the first a-bombs were later confiscated by authorities, almost two years before the feds descended on Miller's residence.