There's no place like home for Dorothy's stolen ruby shoes. The Wizard of Oz's Dorothy had her shoes stolen 13 years ago from a Minnesota museum named the Judy Garland Museum and have finally rightfully been returned.
The shoes were stolen in 2005 when a thief climbed through a window and broke into the display case of the $1 million insured shoes. These iconic shoes were worn by the actress Judy Garland in 1939 during the movie the "Wizard of Oz". The shoes were placed in a Minnesota museum named after the actress, known as the Judy Garland Museum. These shoes are made out of many materials including: wood pulp, silk, plastic and glass.
These shoes have made headlines as these shoes are more than just shoes but rather a symbol that represents many memories, culture, values and a unique time period. However, the thief has still not been found but investigators are actively still searching for the culprit.
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