Book Signings

We will be discussing and signing copies of our book Long Island Oddities at the following dates and locations:

10/23/13 7PM Carle Place, Barnes and Noble

10/24/13 7PM Bay Shore, Barnes and Noble

10/30/13 7PM Lake Grove, Barnes and Noble


If one looks carefully on a trip through the Hamptons they will see what appears to be an airplane hanger behind some growth. A closer examination reveals it was a museum for vintage automobiles before being abandoned some 20 years ago. Tires and rims from the era of the model T can be found lying around. Next-door is an abandoned row of stables, a horse truck, and a decapitated old shack. The only other thing around is the rotting corpse of a dead dear.

Thanks to both Chip and Peter for supplying further information. According to Peter the museum once displayed cars, trucks, and fire engines.

Comments (11)

    hey eveyone this place semms familliar but cant place it so can anyone tell me were it is ? i am from kings park but been living in east tn for the last few years. nothing really good to se hear but lots of cows and rednecks and there freackin nascar.. lol sorry :-*
    so where's this place,is still there.
    so where's this place,is still there.
    so where's this place,is still there.
    Where is this?????
    Where is this!?!?!?!?!!!
    I absolutely love your blog and find the majority of your post's to be exactly what I'm looking for.
    Does this look familiar? look at the buildings
    That truck here:
    Is an International Harvester Travelall from the 1960's, just in case anybody doesn't know this
    Is this still here because id like to check this out
    Went there in the late 50's. Still have a couple of post cards from there some where.

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