Documentaries have a long and distinguished record of presenting History to the world. But often, the most fascinating stories come from the unseen, and often lost, heroes.
These heroes were present at every cusp, when the fate of the world hung by a thread. Only from this point-of-view can we examine peasants and princes with complete equality. Who can provide this universal perspective?
Yes, the humble stocking, ’til now ignored in the field of historical research. But for the first time, and through the universal medium of the World Wide Web, we will see the past from their point of view…
- What were the hygienic habits of our Founding Fathers? Were George Washington’s toenails also made of wood?
- What clues did Amelia Earhart leave in her dresser before departing on her final flight?
- Was Albert Einstein’s original theory of relativity erased by the Mafia?
- What calamity kept Buzz Aldrin’s sock from being the first on the Moon?
The answers to these and many other vital questions await you in Footnotes: A Sockumentary.
Join us in 2015 for a ridiculous look at history from the perspective of these unsung heroes, as told through interviews with sock puppets.