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THE GREEN HISTORY DETECTIVES!



The Green History Detectives presents historical (sometimes hysterical) puzzler questions, which
visitors are invited to solve, about the history of Green Township in Summit County, Ohio and
nearby surrounding areas.
We also strive to verify, clarify, and correct historical documentation for future generations.
Most importantly, we notify the community when information pertaining to public safety, trust, and
health is discovered. Serious examples are provided at the links below:

  1. Conspiracy of Child Endangerment, Deception, Fraud, Cover-Ups, and Consumer Betrayal
  2. Unfit Governor Exposed
  3. Unfit Attorney General Exposed
  4. Third-Worst Superfund Landfill in the Nation

You may participate by connecting to The Green History Detectives Facebook Group
(for participants to view and enter answers) and the web page of the current Episode
(for the question, photos, and clues to be added), that will be loaded and then later updated with clues.
You might need to Refresh/Reload your browser to have the browser accept clue updates on the web page.
If you like, you may send your solution in a private message on the The Green History Detectives Facebook Page
and you will receive a response (within 24 hours) to let you know if you are correct. Only after someone
gives the correct solution publicly will the winners be identified and the solution presented.

NOTE: The set of buttons above an image allow you to Zoom In and Out of the image.
Zooming is most effectively performed by clicking on 'ZOOM IN' or 'ZOOM OUT'
and then pressing the enter key repeatedly as desired.
Panning is most effectively performed by using the cursor keys.

Click on the underlined text below to go to that Episode:


Please see: Consumer And Child Safety ALERT


Episode 1:

Who can tell us where the photo below was taken?


Episode 2:

Who can tell us where the photo below was taken?


Episode 3:

Who can tell us who the man is in the photo below with his back to the camera?


Episode 4:

Who can tell us where the photo below was taken?
This serves as an excellent demonstration that humans really are smarter than computers and,
in this case, even faster at finding the solution than computers!


Episode 5:

Who can tell us where the photo below was taken?


Episode 6:

Who can tell us what is not right with the 1961 Thunderbird Promotional Model Car below?


Episode 7:

Who can tell us which photo does not belong on the Green Historical Society web site?


Episode 8:

Who can identify the subtle but serious error in the article below, authored by Art and Walter
Arfons, which appeared in the July 1956 issue of Rod Builder & Customizer magazine?


Episode 9:

Who can solve the Wheel Of Fortune puzzle in which the letters R, S, T, L, N, and E are provided?


Episode 10:

Who can tell us the name of the newspaper that the redacted advertisements below appeared in?


Episode 11:

Who can identify the vehicle in the photo below?


Episode 12:

Who can tell us the changes that were made to the body of the 1968 Ford Cobra Jet Mustang below
when it was repainted?


Episode 13:

Who can tell us what the stretch of road is, as marked in yellow, in the 1856 map below?


Episode 14:

Who can tell us what structure that the item shown below is a part of?


Episode 15:

Who can tell us what the building is in the reduced quality image below?


Episode 16:

Who can tell us where this prank took place?


Episode 17:

Who can tell us the story associated with the photo below?


Episode 18:

Who can tell us where the buildings are located in the photographs below, which were taken about
100 years ago, about 7 years apart, during the summer and winter?


Episode 19:

Who can tell us the name of the body of water at the yellow question mark in the old aerial photo
below?


Episode 20:

Who can tell us what the error is on at least three web sites about the aerial photo below?


Episode 21:

Who can tell us what area the aerial photo below is of?


Episode 22:

Who can tell us what the building is being constructed in photo below?


Episode 23:

Who can tell us what the area in the aerial photograph(s) below is of?


Episode 24:

Who can tell us what the area in the aerial photograph(s) below is of?

Episode 25:

Who can identify a building in each quadrant of the crossroad (towards the left) in the aerial
photograph(s) below?


Episode 26:

Who can tell us what the building is for which the first story is shown below?


Episode 27:

Who can tell us what the area in the aerial photograph(s) below is of?


Episode 28:

Who can tell us what the area in the aerial photograph(s) below is of?


Episode 29:

Who can tell us where the photos below were taken?


Episode 30:

Who can tell us what is in the area of the aerial photograph(s) below?


Episode 31:

Who can tell us what is in the area of the aerial photograph(s) below?


Episode 32:

Who can tell us where the property in the aerial photograph(s) below is located where junk cars
used to be parked dangerously and deliberately close to the busy road?


Episode 33:

Who can identify the alleged offense committed by the author of the Internet web page at
THE GREEN HISTORY DETECTIVES, Episode 18 for which some suggested that he be reported to Facebook?
NOTE: A United States District Court law suit ruling in a virtually identical matter will be
       provided in the SOLUTION.


Episode 34:

Who can tell us what the area in the aerial photograph(s) below is of?


Episode 35:

Who can tell us what the area in the aerial photograph(s) below is of?


Episode 36:

Who can tell us what the area in the aerial photograph(s) below is of?


Episode 37:

Who can tell us why the colors chosen for Green Local Schools were Orange and Black and not the
clearly obvious and logical choice of Green?


Episode 38:

Who can tell us what the area in the aerial photograph(s) below is of?


Episode 39:

Who can tell us what city is supposed to be located at one of the two yellow markers in the aerial
photograph(s) below?


Episode 40:

Who can tell us what is right in the middle of the aerial photograph(s) below?


Episode 41:

Who can tell us what was at the oval in the aerial photograph(s) below?


Episode 42:

Who can tell us what was where the aerial photograph(s) below were taken?


Episode 43:

Who can tell us what's in the yellow circle in the aerial photograph(s) below?


Episode 44:

Who can tell us what was where the aerial photograph(s) below were taken?


Episode 45:

Who can tell us what is and was where the aerial photograph(s) below were taken?


Episode 46:

Who can tell us what was once located precisely at the red marker in the aerial photograph(s) below?


Episode 47:

Who can tell us what is now located where the aerial photograph(s) below were taken?


Episode 48:

Who can tell us what is now, and also what once was, located where the aerial photograph(s) below were taken?


Episode 49:

Who can tell us what incident occurred in the yellow circle in the first aerial photo below?


Episode 50:

Who can identify the specific beast in the image below?


Episode 51:

Who can tell us what was captured at the center of the aerial photo below?


Episode 52:

Who can tell us what was once located in the aerial photograph(s) below?


Episode 53:

Who can tell us what is located in the aerial photograph(s) below?


Episode 54:

Who can tell us what was once located in the aerial photograph(s) below and, for extra credit, what is now located there?


Episode 55:

Who can tell us what was located in the middle of the aerial photograph(s) below?


Episode 56:

Who can tell us what was/is located in the middle of the aerial photograph(s) below?


Episode 57:

Who can tell us what was once located in the middle of the aerial photograph(s) below?


Episode 58:

Who can tell us what large building was once located in the middle of the aerial photograph(s) below?


Episode 59:

Who can tell us what was once located in the middle of the aerial photograph(s) below?


Episode 60:

Special Episode as requested by America!


Episode 61:

Special Episode for Ohio.



Authentic History Detective

Speaking of History Detectives, the photo below is of the author (left) and Wes Cowan (right).
Wes stars in the PBS television series History Detectives and is a featured appraiser on
Antiques Roadshow. He writes an antiques column for the Cincinnati Enquirer and is a
frequently requested speaker at antiques events around the country.
You may visit Wes's Web Site at: http://CowanAuctions.com/


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