Aug 16, 2014
When the Citicorp Tower in New York City opened in 1977, no one could have ever imagined that it was a fatally flawed building. A phone call from a college student in New Jersey to the building's structural engineer may have saved tens of thousands of lives. This story includes an interview with Lee DeCarolis, the student who made that call. Also learn about a man that desired a woman that could cook applesauce, a couple that had six sets of twins, and a teacher that dared to go tieless. Retrosponsor: Drene Shampoo.