August 5, 2011: Pop Pilgrims Visit Jerry Siegel's Home in Cleveland

"Pop Pilgrims", a travel show for pop culture enthusiasts, has visited the former home of Jerry Siegel, the house he lived in when he came up with the idea for Superman.


Cleveland: The Superman house

    More than 70 years have passed since Jerry Siegel hatched the idea for Superman in this house on Kimberley Avenue, and his creation has long had a life of its own, one far removed from its humble beginnings in a Jewish neighborhood of Cleveland. No one casually driving through Glenville would ever associate it with the Man Of Steel, but long before 10622 Kimberley Ave. was an actual, city-recognized landmark, it was a place Superman fans would visit to pay homage.

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