Episode 3 of the podcast shares the history and legacy of one of Cape Cod's most beloved institutions. Thompson's Clam Bar reigned as the king of restaurants on the Cape for decades, becoming known all across the eastern United States. It had modest beginnings that evolved into a once-in-a-generation establishment still missed to this day decades after its demise.
We will take a Road Trip up north in New England to the town of York, Maine. One of the oldest towns in the region York is known for its classic Maine scenery along with high-class accommodations and tremendous restaurants. York is home to one of Maine's top sites in Cape Neddick (Nubble) Lighthouse, but there is so much more to uncover there.
This Week In History will reveal the sad mystery of Dr. George Hoyt Bigelow, allows us to have a drink as Prohibition ends, marks the ascension of Napoleon Bonaparte, and changes the landscape of music with the release of Michael Jackson's Thriller album.
Finally I will share the way I found out that movies, television shows, and the like, were not real life. Let's just say that it has to do with a character dying in a movie and then popping up on television alive and well afterwards and blowing my mind.
All of this and more on Episode 3 of the podcast, so come on and take a walk!
Check out Episode 2 here.
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