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In Plain Sight: Lost Treasure

A graveyard is where we remember the lost. Usually, it's people we're talking about but today on In Plain Sight, our storyteller takes us to a cemetary in Nova Scotia because of its connection to a work of art.
Ernest J. Dick researches and preserves the moving image and he's brought us here because it's the only verifiable location where cameras rolled on a production that is both legendary AND lost.

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