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Re: Robert Aickman

Quote Originally Posted by Doctor Dugald Eldritch View Post
In this post ... he writes about Aickman's mysterious holiday photographs.
The photographs are really only mysterious when the author forgets that he ripped them from the Tartarus Press Aickman documentary. I quite enjoyed the blog post, but the knowledge of who took the photos, where they were taken, and the dates, does make some of his speculations rather redundant.
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