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Friday, 15 February 2013

Teabreak Teaser

In his former life, why was the Prisoner protecting Professor Jacob Seltzman?



  1. Up to speculation. Seltzman could have been the reason or one factor for No. 6's resignation, after all the Village had been searching for Seltzman and they got hold of No. 6. But this is never hinted at in "Forsake" and there's no other episode to back the assumption. - BCNU!

    1. Hello Arno,

      Yes I wondered if Seltzman was the reason behind the Prisoner's resignation. Both sides had been looking for Seltzman, the British and the Village {I say that because if the Village is run by the British, why the need for both Potter and the Undertaker?} and it might be that having something to do with Seltzman might have been one of the last jobs the Prisoner did. After all by the time of 'Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling' the Prisoner had been in the Village for about a year, and it was a year ago that the Prisoner left the roll of film at the 'World Camera' shop to be turned into slides!

      Kind regards
      Be seeing you