Second Hand Stories

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Second Hand Stories (sometimes Second-Hand Stories) is an American nonfiction television program produced by WNET. It debuted PBS on October 14, 2005, and is co-created and hosted by Christopher Wilcha and John Freyer; the premise of the series is that Wilcha and Freyer travel throughout the United States in a decommissioned Chevrolet ambulance, visiting yard sales, thrift stores, auctions, and other related gatherings to find obsolete pop culture items and unique Americana.

The executive producers of the series are Mark Mannucci and Jeff Folmsbee.

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