The film “Spider” tells the story Kenneth Osgood, Sr, a short order cook who worked at a Laconia, New Hampshire diner during the 1970s. Osgood, nicknamed Spider, moved at incredible speed while attending to the gastronomic needs of a room full of waiting, and inebriated, customers without missing a beat. Spider passed away in 2012, but the legacy that earned him his nickname will never be forgotten
In his youth, Mr. Osgood was a Golden Glove boxer. He was an amazing short order cook who got his nickname of “Spider” from his ability to multi-task while working at the Shore Diner and Paul’s Diner.