Board of Trustees member, Frank Batavick, tells the fascinating history of what are known as the Pumpkin Papers. During the time of the red scare, fear of communist spies rose and created a media frenzy. Just a few miles North of Westminster, at Pipe Creek Farm, was the location of one of the most notable communist spying cases in American history. Learn how a simple pumpkin patch became so crucial to this Cold War era investigation.