Everyone has a story. Stories have power. They help us understand each other. As I write this, the world is dealing with the COVID19 Pandemic. In this entry into Jessop’s Journal, I decided to do a special story on a WWI soldier named Arthur Mower, set in the time of “The Mother of All Pandemics” known as the 1918 Influenza.
I invite you to watch each episode of Jessop’s Journal at ABC4.com/Journal and share these stories with your friends and neighbors. Your feedback is always welcome.
Here are this week’s Internet Treasure Hunt questions:
* What specialty was Arthur trained in as a soldier in WWI?
* How many people were infected worldwide with the “Spanish Influenza”?
*What was the date of the letter that Arthur wrote home over 100 years ago?
With another entry into Jessop ‘s Journal, I’m Doug Jessop, ABC4 News.
Jessop’s Journal is something special when it comes to broadcast news. I have the honor of being able to do longer in-depth interviews you don’t normally see with people from all walks of life.
A big shout out goes to my collaborator, Ed Wilets, who does a great job as my videographer/editor for all my stories. I invite you to watch Jessop’s Journal at www.ABC4.com/Journal and share these stories with your friends and neighbors. Your feedback is always welcome.
You can also see my positive business profiles called “Utah Success Stories” every Sunday in the ABC4 News at 10 p.m. or online ABC4.com/Success