In 1941, seven-year-old Jasmine Moran scraped together a few coins for a fortune teller at an English country fair, who told her that she would have a career on stage and move to America. Her fortune came true, but her lasting legacy would be in the community of Seminole, where she would create a world-class children's museum that attracts 70,000 people annually and helps fund animal-related charities. This week on LoyalTV, join us in Seminole for a look at the past and present of Jasmine Moran Children's Museum.