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Originally posted by sputniksteve
I went bavk and read the Esquire article, it's fantastic. It makes me want to see Penn and Teller live. It spoils the story a little by almost saying the Enoch was hired by him but it doesnt actually say it.
Alberto Manguel ( Sept.1998, NYT) on "The Writers' Wish List" reports that on " June 3, 1997, a group of literary aficionados gathered in the Reading Room of the British Library in London to welcome the arrival of Enoch Soames, a fictional poet in a short story by the English humorist Max Beerbohm. Perhaps not unexpectedly, he didn't appear [...] It can only be assumed that, for those of us who awaited his appearance in the British Library, even his ghost was invisible. So much for the fruits of ambition.
Originally posted by mutatismutandis
reply to post by manmental
I sent Teller the link in an email...we shall see if we get a response.
Originally posted by micpsi
On the other hand,......
if you want to learn about TRUE time travel, read Patrice Chaplin's books "City of Secrets" and "The Portal". The daughter-in-law of Charlie Chaplin, Patrice Chaplin is an internationally acclaimed writer and playright with a book made into a Hollywood film ("Siesta"). Her autobiographical revelation about the true secret of Rennes-le-Chateau and her account of her travel back in time has been the hottest paranormal story in recent years.
Originally posted by Unidentified_Objective
Yeah, Teller stages a lot of crap. Why even question this? Its what he does.edit on 23-12-2012 by Unidentified_Objective because: (no reason given)