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Submitted by Sebastian Sheldon (not verified) on 26 Jun 2020 - 19:35 Permalink

Ed's my grandfather. He always tells this story. Kathy swears by it. He heavily disputes what was said in the paper about Cherie. He actually used to show the film in local theaters and the story goes the FBI approached him and made him stop. I've seen his films before and although we dont have a way to play them any more, you can kind of make out the shadows in the film under the light.


Submitted by Ian Kearey (not verified) on 30 Jun 2013 - 22:54 Permalink

I love 'weighed about six hundred pounds or more': well, which is it? About? Or more? That said, most BBC and newspaper journalism does exactly the same most days of the week. And 'quite possibly the most dangerous beast in the mountains': again, make your collective mind up! All this grammatical nitpicking is a way of not dealing with the appalling story (sic) and the magnificent cover art - it was B. Kliban who talked about 'nephew art', and this is a prime example. (Hey, if Ed captured the abduction on film, why don't the authors use a still from the film? Oh. Right.)