Storytellers: David Brocca

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For many residents of Luzerne County and the whole of the Anthracite Region, January 22nd, 1959, is a day that lives in infamy. But it is not the day alone that makes the Knox mine disaster such a compelling story. Filmmaker David Brocca shares his passion for, and path to, the Knox Mine Disaster Documentary.

 

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Documentary Film Website

knoxminedisaster.com

 

If you would like to contribute to the film, please go to knoxminedisaster.com

 

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https://www.facebook.com/knoxminedisaster

 

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Full song from the opening of WVIA's Documentary about the Knox Mine Disaster

 

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