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Freemason Dick Curtis tours the group’s National Heritage Museum in Lexington. Freemason Dick Curtis tours the group’s National Heritage Museum in Lexington.
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By Brock Parker
Globe Correspondent / November 5, 2009

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Freemasons have frequently sparked conspiracy theories and drawn the ire of groups ranging from religious organizations to the Nazis. (Full article: 464 words)

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