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KEN KRAMER’S ABOUT SAN DIEGO: Unexplained Curiosities And Historical Memorabilia

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Producer / Host Ken Kramer

Credit: Courtesy of Ken Kramer

Above: Producer / Host Ken Kramer

On this episode, host Ken Kramer returns to the front porch to present a new episode comprised entirely of history stories, photos, and video that have come in from viewers. We explore unexplained curiosities, and see remarkable bits of historical memorabilia that have been sent to the show during the summer and fall of COVID-19.

Photo credit: Courtesy of Ken Kramer

A snowman next to "Snow in San Diego" carved in the snow. Ken Kramer returns to the front porch to present a new episode comprised entirely of history stories, photos, and video that have come in from viewers.

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KEN KRAMER'S ABOUT SAN DIEGO: Episode 86

Ken returns to the front porch to present a new episode comprised entirely of history stories, photos, and video that have come in from viewers. We explore unexplained curiosities and see remarkable bits of historical memorabilia that have been sent to the show during the summer and fall of COVID-19. Aired: 11/05/20

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