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Secret Tucson: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful and Obscure

November 19 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Clark Norton’s newest book, Secret Tucson: A Guide to the Weird,
Wonderful and Obscure goes above & beyond the status quo and
answers the city’s most intriguing and entertaining questions including:
• What one time New York crime boss spent his last decades in
• Which cutting-edge scientifi c lab is hidden below a football
stadium here?
• Why does the Beatles’ classic song “Get Back” include a nod to

Clark has developed a love for the “world capital of weird” along with its warm desert
climates. Join the discussion at the Arizona History Museum to share your favorite
Tucsonian quirks. Clark is an award-winning journalist, copywriter and Society of American
Travel Writers member who has traveled to 120 countries and every U.S. state
$5.00 General Public / $4.00 AHS Members
Free validated parking is available in the Main Gate Garage on 2nd Street
Questions? Contact the Arizona History Museum at 520-628-5774.


November 19
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm


Arizona History Museum
949 E 2nd St
Tucson, AZ 85719 United States
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