Marcus examines the infamous murder of Harvey Milk, rides along with the San Jose police to uncover the fear and greed which created the Vigilance Committee during the gold rush, and gets inside the mind of ...Go to Episode
Marcus stops in to see Anne Kronenberg and talk about her days working as Harvey Milk’s campaign manager.
1011 Turk St, San Francisco, CA 94109
Marcus stops in to write and reflect on the White Night Riots, which were witnessed from this very spot by Chronicle reporter Warren Hinckle in 1979.
500 Castro St, San Francisco, CA 94114
Site of Fort Gunnybags (Vigilance Committee HQ)
Marcus pays a visit to this national landmark where the Vigilance Committee plaque still stands and meets with historian Mary Ann Irwin, an expert on the Gold Rush Era in California.
243 Sacramento St, San Francisco, CA 94111
Silicon Valley Crime Stoppers President Jim Spence meets Marcus outside of the police department to explain the connection between his organization and the police in tracking down violators of the law.
201 West Mission St, San Jose, CA 95110
Marcus goes for a run along the San Francisco Bay and stops to write from a perch overlooking this historic city landmark.
Golden Gate Bridge Toll Plaza, San Francisco, CA 94129-0601
Marcus strolls along this waterfront boardwalk, passing rows of warehouses that date back to the Gold Rush days - some of which hold ties to a member of the Vigilance Committee.
Begins at Intersection of 2nd St. and King St., San Francisco, CA
Marcus boards a ferry to “The Rock” and tours the grounds of history’s most famed prison, including rows of barred cells.