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In 1937, Norman Baker bought the aging Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs, AK for the purpose of opening a cancer hospital and health resort. He advertised miracle cures that required neither surgery nor painful extensive tests; however, he had been scamming people for years. He had no medical training and was convicted in Iowa for practicing medicine without a license. Baker was again convicted of fraud and spent 4 years in Leavenworth prison. Many of his patients still haunt the Crescent…
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During the 1930s, Norman Baker claimed to be a doctor and brought a "cure" for cancer to the city of Eureka Springs, AK. Today, at the Crescent Hotel, tourists can hear ghost stories and watch portrayals of the infamous phony.