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In May 2018, the nonprofit Berkshire Carousel’s board, controlled by members and friends of the Shulman family, granted James and Jackie Shulman a $1.22 million mortgage on the site of the carousel, which James Shulman spearheaded. He says the couple sought the financial benefit to protect their personal investment in the attraction, and may give proceeds to a different public cause.
EAGLE INVESTIGATIONS: Having invested all its resources in getting to its debut weekend in 2016, the nonprofit Berkshire Carousel lost ridership the next two seasons and didn't see a fourth. As a new chapter nears, a look back at why a project that drew 400 volunteers failed to take root.