Mar 29, 2019
The sound isn't great in this episode. Like a lot of our earlier shows, it was recorded as we were still figuring out our sound setup.
Hopefully, you are used to our improved audio at this point, but we decided to go ahead and release this show a bonus episode because I thought it might be interesting for listeners to...
Mar 27, 2019
Second Look examines the history of the largest, yet most sparsely populated region of New York state to uncover the interesting, surprising and unusual stories of the north country.
If you've ever been through Watertown, N.Y., you're likely to have noticed the name Henry Keep. How did he make such a mark on the north...
Mar 20, 2019
If you've ever been through Watertown, N.Y., you're likely to have noticed the name Henry Keep. How did he make such a mark on the north country? We talk about that and how his story reflects his time in history in this first part of a series on Henry Keep.
Mar 13, 2019
March 20, 1894: A number of small boys, while playing on Willow street Saturday afternoon, unearthed 6 boxes of Limburger cheese. It is believed that this cheese was stolen from the R.W.&O. railroad company May 20, 1893, when Thomas Riley was arrested for burglarizing a car at the junction. The stolen property was...
Mar 6, 2019
March 1, 1919:
The community of Watertown is briefly terrorized by a ghost-like figure described as "The Woman in Black." We talk about this mysterious figure, how she was spotted and whatever became of this local myth.