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Wednesday, 30 October 2013

Thought For The Day

    I did wonder if the Prisoner’s resignation had anything to do with Seltzman. Because, well we don’t know precisely when the Prisoner last had contact with Seltzman, but we do know that the Prisoner left a roll of film {which contained a picture of Seltzman along with his location Kandersfeld in Austria} at the camera shop just over a year ago. The Prisoner had written a letter to Seltzman just over a year before when Seltzman was staying in Scotland. Also it was a year since the Prisoner went to the final fitting of Janet’s yellow silk dress, and it was just after that when the Prisoner handed in his resignation, and was subsequently abducted to the Village. And the Prisoner had been incarcerated in the Village a year by the time of ‘Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling.’ It’s improbable that the Prisoner’s resignation had anything to do with Seltzman, improbable, but not impossible.

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  1. Didn't No. 6 say somewhere it was "a matter of principle" because "for a very long time..." I could well be that the Seltzman case triggered his plan or reinforced his decision. - BCNU!

    1. Hello Arno,

      Yes he did say "Because for a very long time....." during 'The Chimes of Big Ben'. If it wasn't his involvement with Seltzman that brought about, or reinforced his decision to resign as you suggest, there can be no doubt that the Prisoner had been shielding Seltzman.

      Very kind regards