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Lloyd Talks

One of the frustrations for me as someone who loves history is the impossibility of hearing a person of interest. Or, watching them move. If they had lived during a time of motion pictures or sound recording, there might be a possibility of motion or audio, but such things weren't common. The equipment to record image and sound in the early part of the 20th century was expensive and cumbersome, to say the least. Today, the iPhone, or even an old VHS camera, are common. So, knowing of a way to simulate Lloyd making contact with us, I had to try it. Certainly, a facsimile doesn't quite fill the gap, but it does offer a glimpse of how they may have talked or moved. This was a test. I hope to do more with others within the society.



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