The video, unlike the battle on Durham Point, never went anywhere. The refinery never did get built and, within a short period of time, the proponents were doubtless relieved, since the oil Onassis was counting on was subject to the vagaries of the Middle East. On the other hand, the success of Save Our Shores swelled heads to the point that the nuclear project for Seabrook went unnoticed, until it was too late to stop. We had to be content with the fact that it was the last nuclear power plant built for decades.
And, thanks, in part, to the watchful eye of James Owen Horrigan (1931-2011), the nuclear plant hasn’t blown up.