In the early winter of 2007, Ben Sann — future BestParking founder and CEO — saw an episode of Seinfeld that changed his life . . .
This is what a “haunted’’ house really looks like. It is no creaky old manse on a hill, but a charming red two-story in the woodsy town of Medfield, an unassuming Greek Revival adorned with a simple wooden sign on its exterior. The sign says that a Medfield carriage maker built this place in 1845. The people who live there now say it may be home to ghosts . . .
RESIST! Magazine No. 2
The sky was pure sapphire. It was an azure bowl yawning overhead: pristine, infinite. An ocean of yellow grass whispered and swayed in the summer currents. At the center of the clearing: a man and his chainsaw. The clearing looked completely unlike his boyhood playground, although it was the same place. It was wider and brighter. Tree harvesters had swept it for years, coming every September and November to take the older wood for furniture-makers and paper mills, culling the clearing’s edges and its outlying copses. All that was left of the old middle orchard was the yellow grass with the one tree roughly at its center. This was the tree for which he’d come . . .