Here's the reason he ran onto the field.
Dan Ohlman is a former cabinet maker who has opened a five storey museum in France that houses over 100 miniature film sets. It is fascinating to see life on such a small scale and in so much detail.
These villages in America were constructed on vacant lots and made from wood and metal. They were named “Hoovervilles” after President Hoover and were quite common until 1940. Here are some pics taken in New York Central Park around this time.
Don't forget to view the Morning Picdump.