Author Archives: Greg Stone

Updated Gooseberry History Presentation – January 17, 2018

These are the links to my updated Gooseberry History presentation – and related files – which was delivered at the Westport Women’s Club January 17, 2018.  It’s very similar to the presentation in June. Gooseberry – the Military, the Mystery, … Continue reading

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Murder at Gooseberry!

The year is 1903 – no. The year is 2017, I have recalled from somewhere hearing about a murder at Gooseberry and as I rummaged through the Historical Society files on Gooseberry, Executive Director Jenny O’Neill dug out a wonderful … Continue reading

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Breaking News – the Towers in WWII disguise!

See Facebook album of towers in disguise here. Seriously,folks, in my quest to uncover facts about Gooseberry history, this is a treasure! The WWII fire control towers on Gooseberry were indeed disguised to look like ordinary homes! Cukie Macomber told … Continue reading

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Gooseberry: The Mystery, the Military, The Magic – Presentation June 22, 2017

THANK’S EVERYONE!!! What a delight to look out and see an absolutely packed room tonight! Hope you checkout this whole post – there are links to the entire presentation, plus both videos, plus the handouts with all the resource links … Continue reading

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Gooseberry – As you’ve never seen it before!

Well, assuming you are not a helicopter pilot or drone flyer you have never seen Gooseberry like this!  This video was created by David Sprogis who kindly gave me permission to embed it here. It’s a tad longish, so come here and … Continue reading

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Gooseberry – a special place for birders, casual or very serious – now radar enhanced!

Paul Champlin, who has helped me repeatedly to identify birds I’ve seen and photographed on Gooseberry, has his own blog with this fascinating post that explores why Gooseberry is such a key spot for birding and how he uses internet … Continue reading

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