Street Curves Because of Kids' Prank
Humor, Pranks Journalism Literature Roads
Street Curves Because of Kids' Prank

Writer David Quammen grew up in this neighborhood in the fifties. When the developer was working on the land at approximately this location (or so it seems, based on reading of cited article and included map) in the fifties, a young Mr. Quammen and his friend pulled up survey stakes and moved them, a resentful prank that accomplished nothing except to insert a peculiar bend between one end of Blue Bell Drive and another. They were resentful of losing the Woods they had played in. This information is from an article by Mr. Quammen in Outside magazine, October 2017, at pp. 15-17.

Publication date Jun 24, 2018
Property ID: 11104
Updated on: Jun 04, 2019

Writer David Quammen grew up in this neighborhood in the fifties. When the developer was working on the land at approximately this location (or so it seems, based on reading of cited article and included map) in the fifties, a young Mr. Quammen and his friend pulled up survey stakes and moved them, a resentful prank that accomplished nothing except to insert a peculiar bend between one end of Blue Bell Drive and another. They were resentful of losing the Woods they had played in. This information is from an article by Mr. Quammen in Outside magazine, October 2017, at pp. 15-17.

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Location:
Private Residence , 2043 Blue Bell Drive , Approximate Location, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45224, United States
Listing Category:
Humor, Pranks Journalism Literature Roads
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Virtual
Created Date:
06-24-2018
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plaquemaster
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