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Phone booth stuffing, 1975

Posted on September 15, 2016 | in Uncategorized | by
In what was described as an experiment,  a group of Tates Creek Junior High School students decided to see how many people they could fit inside a  phone booth. The result of their experiment resulted in 13 students inside the phone booth, which was at the Lansdowne Shopping Center on Tates Creek Road. Those students that made it inside included, in no particular order, Kathy Borkowski, Mary Beth deCastro, Brawn Sharp, Kelly Hayworth, Brian Sams, Tim Esenbock, Donna Lawson, Jay Rice, Kathy Frank, Karen Linville, Greg LaRue, Neil Welllinghurst and Mark Curry. Photo by Ron Garrison | Staff

In what was described as an experiment, a group of Tates Creek Junior High School students decided to see how many people they could fit inside a phone booth. The experiment, carried out Feb. 16, 1975, resulted in 13 students inside the phone booth, which was at the Lansdowne Shopping Center on Tates Creek Road. The students included, in no particular order, Kathy Borkowski, Mary Beth deCastro, Brawn Sharp, Kelly Hayworth, Brian Sams, Tim Esenbock, Donna Lawson, Jay Rice, Kathy Frank, Karen Linville, Greg LaRue, Neil Welllinghurst and Mark Curry. Photo by Ron Garrison | Staff

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