A Long Strange Trip

A Long Strange Trip

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A Long Strange Trip
December 9, 2015
In this episode of A Long Strange Trip Doug chats with Ann Blumenschine, Park Ranger and Public Information Officer for the National Park Service and Pettersburg National Battlefield. We travel back to the Civil War again as we revisit the Siege of Petersburg and the infamous Battle of the Crater. Doug’s guest is Ann Blumenschine a park ranger and public information at the Petersburg National Battle Field. The Battle of the Crater is the first time, “the big bang theory” was actually put into practice, to find out more you’ll have to listen.
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