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22 05, 2015

Mike the Headless Wonder Chicken

By | Friday, May 22, 2015|Hidden History Blog|

 

mike and manager - cFruita, Colorado, September 10th 1945, Mike, a young rooster pecks in the dust on the Olsens’ farm, who Carla planned to feature for supper with her mother, so […]

11 05, 2015

2015 Telly Award Winner

By | Monday, May 11, 2015|Recent News|

 

telly-awards-featureThe Folklorist has just won the 2015 Telly Award for Television Program-Cultural, as well as the 2015 People’s Telly Award! The show also received two second place awards this year for Program Writing and Editing.

For the past […]

10 05, 2015

Six Emmy Nominations

By | Sunday, May 10, 2015|Recent News|

 

Outstanding Drama SeriesThe Folklorist has just been nominated for six Boston/New England Emmy® awards! Since 2012, the show has been nominated 16 times and has won three Emmys® in the […]

17 04, 2015

Now Available On Demand

By | Friday, April 17, 2015|Recent News|

 

The Folklorist On Demand

We’re excited to announce that The Folklorist is now available On Demand for XFINITY and RCN customers in the New England Area!

To access the show from the Comcast On Demand Menu, […]

3 04, 2015

Mill Ends Park

By | Friday, April 3, 2015|Hidden History Blog|

 

After WWII, Dick Fagan returned to Portland, Oregon to restart his career as a journalist at the Oregon Journal. He soon noticed his office window look directly out to the busy Front Street (now called Naito Parkway) to see a […]

20 02, 2015

The Great Snow of 1717

By | Friday, February 20, 2015|Hidden History Blog|

 

By December of 1716, New England had already seen five feet of snow that had accumulated,and at the end of January snow drifts were as high as 25 feet, completely overwhelming the people at the time. But the worse was […]

30 01, 2015

Bluetooth

By | Friday, January 30, 2015|Hidden History Blog|

 

10453426_907002262663760_7882334997514940371_n-e1426871285409Harald Gormsson was born in 935 and the king of the newly united Denmark and Norway. He was known for many things during his time as king, some of the most […]

20 01, 2015

Virginia Dare

By | Tuesday, January 20, 2015|Hidden History Blog|

 

Virginia Dare was born August 18th, 1587, in the Roanoke Colony, making her the first child born into the New World to English Parents. her grandfather was John White, the governor–who by years end sailed back to England to retrieve […]

10 01, 2015

The Pascagoula UFO

By | Saturday, January 10, 2015|Hidden History Blog|

 

On October 11th, 1973, Charles Hickson and Calvin Parker were co-workers at a shipyard who went fishing one day after work on the bank of the Pascagoula River in Mississippi. As night approached, they heard a whizzing sound that was […]

19 12, 2014

Mount Silverheels

By | Friday, December 19, 2014|Hidden History Blog|

 

Mount Silverheels is a 13,829 ft in the Front Range or Colorado, and close by to the well known ski area Breckenridge. The name of the mountain, and how it received it is a curious story.

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