Ephemera

News can be a fleeting moment, time can be unforgiving as certain events are lost to history.

News can be a fleeting moment, time can be unforgiving as certain events are lost to history. This series will bring compelling news stories back to light as told by those who witnessed it. Through historical documents, photos and visual storytelling. A unknown man buried under an oak tree, The site of New York's worst disaster prior to 9/11, A house built to conjure dead composers. People have always had a fascination with history, especially strange history. Ephemera will take that fascination to a whole new level with untold stories being presented in a dynamic way. Unlike other historical shows Ephemera brings a new vision to the genre. Hosted by Brandon Alvis.


Killed By A Bear

At the top of Grapevine Canyon, sitting under an ancient oak tree, there stands a marker with a strange inscription. The lack of facts about the inscription have lead to many legends surrounding the life and violent death of the man buried under an oak tree in what is now known as Fort Tejon.

Argonaut mine Disaster

On August 27, 1922 a fire ensued in the Argonaut Mine that trapped 47 miners a mile underground. Over a span of 26 days the lives of everyone in Jackson, California would change forever. What effect does this 95 year old disaster still have on the community of Jackson today?