“Paul in all his states”: Paul Haut on the roads of America

Paul Haut has spent the past few months traveling hundreds of miles in an RV across the United States.

We follow him in series Paul in all his statesAn adventure we promise will be “addictive” and will be available on the Vrai platform from November 14.

Lafayette Cemetery in New Orleans, Louisiana No. Historian Francis Primeau and Paul Haut in front of the entrance of 1.

Photo provided by VRAI

Historian Francis Primo accompanied Paul to the event.

In 10 60-minute episodes, the two visit significant places in American history. They make stops in 11 states and 15 cities as they travel back in time to tell the story of 10 historical titles.

In the trailer released Wednesday, we see the two men in Memphis, Tennessee, where they visit Graceland, the estate of the late Elvis Presley, the legendary Sun Studio where the first rock ‘n’ roll single was recorded, and the Lorraine Motel, where Martin is staying. Luther King was assassinated in 1968. They then arrive in Los Angeles, California, where they become interested in the crime scenes of the OJ Simpson and Charles Manson cases. In San Francisco, and further north, they return to the hippie movement that originated there.

Their journey took them to New Orleans, Louisiana, and then to New York State, the site of the 1969 Woodstock Festival.

If what we’ve seen so far is anything to go by, the pictures look pretty good, and Paul Haut shares his passion and his great scholarship throughout the series.

The series is produced by Pixcom in association with Quebecor Content Paul in all his states Available on Vrai from November 14.

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