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One day, he ended up running to Hopkinton, MA – start of the Boston Marathon. When Harvey is not running around Boston he is giving a marathon tour of Boston history for the Boston Duck Tours! Professor Vaughn Von Trivia (“Von Von” to his friends) is the Chairman of the Department of Trivial Studies at the University of Glockenspiel.

He is a direct descendant of the Von Quacksburg dynasty, which lost the Empire to the Hapsburgs (in a trivia contest! He is now on sabbatical here in Boston, giving tours and promoting his most important work “The Pursuit of Trivial Significance” (which has sold dozens of copies). So he’s hung up his boots and picked up a microphone as the undisputed featherweight champion of history.

Duck Holliday is the great, great grandson of the famous card shark and O. Oh, and also as a tour guide in the beautiful city of Boston.

Sharing Doc’s belief that gambling is a losing and dishonorable game, our own Duck Holliday has learned to make an honest living through the noble game of poker.

Old Quack Donald – a.k.a – ‘Very Old’ Quack Donald. I’ve been known not to be your average tour guide, but a great common-tater.

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He has trained in Jiu Jitsu, Krav Maga, Karate, Kung Fu, Muay Thai, Tae Kwon Do, Tieing a bow tie, Kickboxing, Boxing and Box kicking. Even though his lineage is important, he is best known for a performance at Brandeis in 1996 where he played a drum solo for a small audience that was both “heard” and “felt” using nothing but the power of brain waves.

Who needs a sense of direction when you have a sense of adventure?!



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