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(Lapham's Quarterly)   Photographic trickery has been around as long as photography itself. I can tell from some of the silver halide crystals and from seeing quite a few prints in my time   (laphamsquarterly.org) divider line
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2021-06-11 12:06:49 AM  
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle fell for this:

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/Sherlock would be ashamed of his creator.
 
2021-06-11 1:38:45 AM  
Wait, Jackelopes aren't  real!?
 
2021-06-11 2:16:20 AM  

RidgeRacerZX6: Wait, Jackelopes aren't  real!?


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It's called the Shope papilloma virus.
 
2021-06-11 2:28:41 AM  

TheMysteriousStranger: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle fell for this:

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/Sherlock would be ashamed of his creator.


It's ironic that Doyle, who created the rational and scientific Sherlock Holmes was prepared to believe all manner of mystical claims without question while his friend Harry Houdini, whose entire career was built on stunts and illusions was a hardcore sceptic devoted to investigating and exposing frauds.
 
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