Buried in the forest just outside Chicago are the remains of two important nuclear reactors. How they ended up there is a story steeped in Chicago’s history. It all started on the South Side of Chicago in 1942 as America had just entered the war. In less than a year, history would be made on an abandoned squash court under the stands of the football field at the University of Chicago.

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