Now that we're in the midst of the chilly winter months, its probably time to break out your earmuffs. But did you ever wonder where these nifty ear protectors came from?
As a big-eared child in Maine, Chester Greenwood was used to freezing weather. Of course, that doesn't mean he enjoyed it. Learn how his Hidden Genius kept ears across America toasty (and made Chester famous) in this episode.
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