Sunday, July 12, 2015

CBS Sunday Morning on July 12, 2015

Lee Cowan, not Charles Osgood, introduced the stories for July 12, a visit to Sunday at the Shore, beginning with East Hampton. arry Peterson does the cover story, a modern day treasure hunt. Second, Alan Jackson interviewed by Lee Cowan.
Third, Bill Geist at the Boardwalk at Ringer Stadium on marbles. Fourth, Nancy Giles on flavors of ice cream. Fifth, Tracy Smith on sea lions. Christine Johnson. Martha Teichner. Mo Rocca.
Bonita Knier on headlines. Meeting in Brussels on Greece. John Kerry in Vienna on Iran. Donald Trump at FreedomFest. NAACP ends boycott of South Carolina. Joaquin Guzman from Toluca. First pitch at Seattle Mariners game by oldest person to throw out first pitch. 90s in northeast.

Lee Cowan on Grey Gardens in East Hampton. Edie Beall. 1975 documentary on Grey Gardens. The "Edies" were cousins of Jackie Bouvier. Raccoons living in walls. Board of Health tried to evict them. In 2006, a Tony Award musical. Jessica Lange and Drew Barrymore. Big Edie died in 1977. Sally Quinn and Ben Bradley bought house in 1979, with agreement not to tear down house. Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor. Little Edie died in 2002. How happy we would be. Grey Gardens now estimated at $20 million.

Barry Petersen on looking for treasure in Montana. Dale Knedsen is looking for treasure hidden by Forrest Fenn. Forrest made money selling artifacts. Poem with nine clues. Two people can keep a secret if one of them is dead.
Valerie Plame. Michael McGarrity.

Tracy Smith on sea lions in California.


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