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Dorothy's ruby slippers from The Wizard of Oz are among the most iconic pieces of film memorabilia.
And an anonymous superfan has offered a $1 million reward for credible information leading to the return of one of the surviving pairs worn by Judy Garland in the 1939 film, which were stolen from a Minnesota museum in 2005.
The shoes — one of about six or seven pairs made for the film, according to Time magazine — were insured for $1 million and are probably now worth between $2 million and $3 million, according to a director at the museum.
The reward was offered by an anonymous fan who wished only to be known as a huge fan of the Wizard of Oz who lives in Arizona.
Now it just remains to be seen whether the slippers will be returned — after all, there is no place like home.
Last year, drone enthusiast Eric Joe launched his hand-built drone above his parents' home in Modesto, California, a few days after Thanksgiving.