Michigan Central Station in Detroit full of Easter eggs like clock

A stolen clock continues to captivate crowds.

It’s the timepiece that once hung on the Detroit train station built in 1913, returned by a thief shortly after Ford Motor Co. purchased Michigan Central Station.

The station had been abandoned for three decades. The act of kindness went viral. The clock was left by an abandoned building, wrapped in a blanket and the subject of an anonymous call to The Henry Ford Museum (and, later, text to the automaker) for pickup.

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