Sunday, March 24, 2013

Trailer for the upcoming Inlander documentary about the rise and fall of Liberty Park

Posted By on Sun, Mar 24, 2013 at 10:32 AM

From videographer Nathan Brand, a trailer for the upcoming Inlander miniature documentary, "Kiss of Death: The Rise and Fall of Liberty Park."

Though 100 years ago it was one of Spokane's landmarks, the only things left of it are a few stone stairways and some crumbling ruins that are visible from I-90. The park was once described as "world class" and held a mystery crater in its center. This story features a millionaire championship yachtsman, a volcanic tourist attraction, a violent laundry strike at the Davenport, and some bizarre early-century daycare practices.


Watch the previous documentary about the Park Inn here.

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