Tom Thomson, a famous painter known for his woodland art and inspiring the ‘Group of Seven’, was mysteriously killed in 1917 and then was buried in two different places.
Bill and Ben explore the story around the death of Tom Thomson and the theories that exist about his untimely demise. Bill also explains how Tom has two headstones in very different places and no one knows exactly which one his remains are located in.
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Host: Backroads Bill Steer
Producer: Ben Sargent
Produced by Clark Communications