In a message dated 6/21/00 6:34:59 AM Eastern Daylight Time, firstname.lastname@example.org
<< So I, at
least, find it odd that *no one* who's claimed to have had a thunderbird
photograph, or copy of the "original" article *ever* made a photocopy.
>> For the Last Time ..........Sanderson had a copy ! Isn't that clear
from the discussion?
The question I am interested in as "what was the original source of
Sandersons' copy." If you are on a different page , I'm sorry about that.
Even non Forteans polled at random will come up with the memory of the photo
and supply detail without being lead. I find that convincing.
> Even non Forteans polled at random will come up with the memory of the
> photo and supply detail without being lead. I find that convincing.
Well, hell - I might just as well join in this thunder bird thing.
I remember seeing a picture - it was of three cowboys
standing/kneeling/whatever behind where a big bird was laying on the ground
Several months ago Mark Chorvinisky was doing research on this subject for a
article that was going to (and did) run in Strange magazine. He asked me if
I had any data - I went through what Saga and Argosy mags I had plus other
stuff and came up with nothing. That doesn't mean that I don't have it -
because I have box upon box of material from years back.
I shall hunt again.
Yes of course guys ! I'm not saying these examples you are pouring out are
not true they are common. But I have to tell you you're taking minor glitches
in our brains normal functioning and using them to claim no memory is
trustworthy. That's plain wrong ! Some memory , in some poeple is obviously
wrong ! That dosen't make every memory automatically wrong , only subject to
peer review. My peers agree with me that the T Bird picture was out there.
Have we got a Frotean of the appropriate age, who does not remember it ?
Speak up now please.Anyone born after 1945 ish is disqualified ,of course.:)
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