The Frontier Culture Museum in Virginia was shocked last October when they found marijuana growing on an unused portion of their 300 acre property. After an investigation, 25-year-old Matthew Meissinger and 24-year-old Harold Morris III were found to be the bold agriculturalists responsible. 

Virginia State Police Department officers said that the plants were the largest they had ever seen growing outdoors. Meissinger and Morris are due back in court this summer to face felony charges. The irony of the situation is that the museum performs daily re-enactments of land cultivation to teach visitors about farming and the history of America. We guess their lessons were too inspirational.

[via NBC29]

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