The Kennedy Bunkers, a documentary produced by Mad V Studios out of Pawtucket, RI, covers the complete history of properties created for the purpose of protecting President John F. Kennedy and a call to action for their revival as museums. As Director Michael Viveiros explained, “These properties remain as time capsules echoing an era of trials now foreign to today’s generation.” Viveiros recently hired local Palm Beach County crew to film the Maritime Museum in West Palm Beach and the property surrounding The Kennedy Bunker on Peanut Island, as well as an interview with Port of Palm Beach Executive Director Manuel Almira. “We were pleased to have the representative from the Port have a personal connection with the property,” said Viveiros. Check out some of this unique local history and where to find artifacts by visiting the Maritime Museum website at pbmm.info.
On Set on Peanut Island