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The Ghost Army

World War II's Artists of Deception

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updated: 9 years ago

The Mission

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Ghost Army veterans talk about carrying out their deception mission.

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updated: 14 years ago

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The Ghost Army of World War II Book Trailer

Cast: New England area WWII Living Historians Jason, Brian, Louis, and Tom
Director of Photography: Dillard Morrison
Music: Matt Mariano
Hair and Make-up: Joe Rossi
Production Assistant: Sam Doran
Still Photography: Harry Forsdick
Tank by Toni McKay and Starbound Entertainment

updated: 2 years ago

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The Ghost Army and the Battle of the Bulge

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Spike's Surprise

In August 1945, The Worcester Telegram and Gazette pilled the beans about the Ghost Army, thanks to a talkative corporal named Sebastian Messina. That led to a spate of articles -- including one in The New York Times before the Pentagon managed to get it hushed up for the next forty years. Recently, Erin Rush, the grand-niece of Ghost Army veteran Spike Berry, sent me Spike's original copy of the article for the Ghost Army archives. Back in 2006, Spike told the story of how he came into possession of it. Take a listen!

updated: 6 years ago

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New Ghost Army Trailer

updated: 14 years ago

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Official Trailer

The Official Ghost Army Trailer, released 2.11.13

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updated: 2 years ago

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Name, Rank, & Serial Number

"Whenever I interview someone, I tell them that the first question is the hardest. Then I ask them to tell me their name, their title (or in tis case, rank) and spell their last name. This video is made up of answers to that question, along with pictures of each interview back in the day.  Sadly, seven of the men have not survived to see the film completed."
                          --Rick Beyer
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updated: 9 years ago

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Ghost Army Gold Medal Screening

The Ghost Army Gold Medal Screening on Capitol Hill, February 26, 2016

updated: 2 years ago

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Working With  a Bunch of Dummies

An excerpt from the segment of the Ghost Army rough cut dealing with the inflatables used for deception.

updated: 9 years ago

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Imagination   (Full Version)

 
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:30 Ghost Army PBS Promo

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Imagination (Short version)

 
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Art

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The story of one Ghost Army artist, John Jarvie.

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updated: 14 years ago

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Leo Beranek and The Ghost Army

Dr. Leo Beranek, one of the founders of the legendary research firm Bolt Beranek and Newman (Now Raytheon BBN Technologies ) tested the speakers the Army developed for use by The Ghost Army. We interviewed him in 2007.


updated: 4 years ago

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Alternate Trailer "Paris"

A second version of the trailer

updated: 9 years ago

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Now Hear This

An excerpt from the in-progress Ghost Army rough cut on sonic deception.  

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updated: 9 years ago

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Birds and Flowers of the 50 States

A Charles Kuralt "CBS Sunday Morning" piece from 1982 on the series of postage stamps created by Ghost Army artist Arthur Singer and his son Alan.

Posted to Youtube by Singer Arts (Alan Singer).  

updated: 12 years ago

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In Living Color

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Bob Boyajian was in Company C of the 603rd Camouflage Engineers. These are pictures he took during training at Camp Forrest in Tennessee. I love the contemporary quality of them--nearly 70 years old, they all look like the could have been taken last week.

updated: 13 years ago