We now take you to the Observatory at Princeton... War of the Worlds broadcast turns 81 years in Oct 2019

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81 years ago the 1938 War of the Worlds broadcast told of Martians landing in Grovers Mill NJ. Not far was the Observatory at Princeton where the character Astronomer Professor Richard Pierson played by Orson Welles worked. SEE a painting by Artist Robert Hummel explained on location at the former FitzRandolph Observatory and the relationship to the broadcast. A.Brad Schwartz is the Author of the popular definitive book on the famous broadcast called 'Broadcast Hysteria' Artist Robert Hummel Battle at Grovers Mill and Author A Brad Schwartz, Broadcast Hysteria, where books are sold.

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