Two Stories, One Jerk

There are two sides to every story. In the case of one Frederick Cook, there was the lying, cowardly, stupid douchebag version of the story…and the truth. Cook was a guard on a special train that ran from Wolverhampton to Worcester in the 1850s. The train featured incredibly low fares (the equivalent of £3.70 for an adult ticket and £1.85 for a child’s ticket in … Continue reading Two Stories, One Jerk