In the Child Abuse Wing of the American Histories Museum, there is a section in a corner with a small gray bed. The bed itself lends little to the eye and fails to grab you at first, but upon reading the placard bearing the description and story of the bed, it makes more sense, and fastly proves to be one of the most important exhibits in the wing. For one whole summer, a child was made to stay in this bed 24 hours a day, and close inspection lends credence to these claims, bringing to light the rings of sweat and urine stains, as the child was not allowed to leave the bed for anything. In the far upper corner, the bed is sunken in a small, sheepish indent, where the child cowered in this tiny spot for hours, and hours, and hours, practically boring a hole into the mattress in which to hibernate. Most patrons were seen leaving the wing in tears.