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Started by galacticprobe, Mar 19, 2017, 04:54 am

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Mar 19, 2017, 04:54 am Last Edit: Mar 19, 2017, 05:23 am by galacticprobe
Sorry for the quality of the image (and the video in the link), but these were the best I could locate. I might find better ones at a later date (in which case I'll update this), however since this episode aired only last Wednesday I think I got lucky to find it on line at all.

In the Travel Channel series 'Expedition Unknown', this recent episode (which is currently listed under two titles: "King John's Jewels", and "England's Vanished Crown Jewels" - both listed as Season 3 Episode 13), while host and archeologist Josh Gates was following leads on the whereabouts of the lost Crown Jewels of King John (yes, the "bag guy" of the Robin Hood legend) which were documented as having been lost in an area of East Anglia that's known as "The Wash", he stumbled across this:
What he's saying there is "That thing is a lot roomier in the inside."

Here's the best vid of that I could find:
Direct link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUcx-RgLQmE
(I can't get the link to play inside the YouTube brackets, but I'll keep trying until I can find one that will work so we have it as an embedded video.)

Anyway, so you don't have to watch the entire episode to find this, advance to minute 11:32. (That's as close as I could advance to it once I saw the time index; maybe others will be able to get a little closer, but it's really only a few seconds away.) You'll also want to make this one play in full screen mode, and turn up the brightness on your monitor.

The image above is lightened (and cropped - you'll see why when you watch the vid) to give everyone a better look at her. So, does anyone recognize this Old Girl?

"What's wrong with being childish?! I like being childish." -3rd Doctor, "Terror of the Autons"


Nice find Dino.

And it didn't take long to identify this one, sort of.

Here's a better snap of the prop from that programme:


And here's the prop again from its' "hire" website:




I really like the shade of blue used for the box especially with the white window frames reminds me of the capladi and hartnell box