Podcast: “The Webster Street Protests.”
“Before George Klopfer’s clinic met its demise on a street called Inwood Drive, the original abortion clinic in Fort Wayne was downtown, at 827 Webster Street. It was located directly across the street from the First Presbyterian Church. In most cases, that would be a problem for a church. However, First Presbyterian in Fort Wayne didn’t seem to have a problem with it. In fact, they embraced it.”
Today on the show we’re covering Chapter 6:The Wester Street Protests, of the upcoming companion book to our documentary film “Inwood Drive”. As the saying goes, “Those who fail to learn from history are condemned to repeat it.”
In 2017, we formed a nonprofit filmmaking ministry, Fearless Features. We began producing short films for the online space telling stories of people’s personal journeys to faith in Christ. A year later in 2018, we felt called to tell the true story of how grassroots efforts took down one of the nation’s most prolific abortionists. Having finished what we thought was the final version of that story in 2019, the abortionist Ulrich Klopfer, died and his family soon discovered his horrifying collection of 2,411 preserved fetal remains. We completed our journey of telling this grassroots story in 2020 and our investigative documentary “Inwood Drive” was released. It has been lauded by Glenn Beck, LiveAction, The Christian Post and others for its boldness and unapologetic truthfulness in revealing the battles that take place in the fight to preserve the lives of the innocent unborn and protection of their mothers.