Hayward Thompson impresses crowd with blindfolded stunts, Pasadena, 1927
- Hayward Thompson impresses crowd with blindfolded stunts, Pasadena, 1927
- Los Angeles Times
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- January 31, 1927
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- Los Angeles Times Photographs Collection
Stunt driver Hayward Thompson amuses a crowd of spectators at an automobile agency in Pasadena. He made several stops during his blindfolded drive through Los Angeles, entertaining onlookers.
This photograph appears with the article, "Vision Marvel Breaks Record," Los Angeles Times, 01 Feb 1927: A1, A12
Hayward Thompson successfully drove for five hours and thirteen minutes, a total of 100 miles, through congested traffic all while completely blindfolded. The affair was his 333rd exhibition and the longest since his sixty mile drive in Miami.
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