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Morgellons Photos ~ Great Balls of Fiber and More Including, Pods, and Many Varieties of Fibers.

CHAPTER  6

Great Balls of Fiber and More

Photos # 167 through 272

 

There are several types blue fibers discussed in the Blue Fibers photos. That is only one part of the Morgellons fiber saga.  I wish this was the end of the story but alas, there is more to come.  This complex disease is the sum of many parts which includes many kinds of fibers.

From my observations and photos I have broken it down into more categories.

  1. Crystal fibers which are clear smooth fiber-optic type fibers.

  2. Opaque colorless fibers which may be more like fibrosis.

  3. Pink and purple fibers that look irregular and may have fluid or gel inside of them.  They remind me of an irregular sausage casing. They create a woven plastic component and sometimes have strange tissue attached.

  4. The rounded red glowing gel fibers form the sheath around certain blue fibers. 

  5. When the sheath splits from the blue fibers smaller red fibers are formed from the sheath.  These fibers are flatter and More angular on the edges from the splitting process.  Think of a garden hose sliced into many lengthwise pieces.

  6. There is be a second form of red fibers produced in another way.  I have noted red particles in some of the tentacles (photo #41) and in what are called pods. (photo #260)

There are still many fibers I don't have a clue about.  There are sky blue, teal and green fibers that have turned up lately.  See my "Oddities Photos" for a look at two rainbow-colored fibers as well.

I know this disease may be different for each person who has it.  I would be interested to know what other types of fibers people are finding. 

See Size Comparison Photos of Salt Crystals

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A crystal bundle of fibers were found in my chin.  I have to say it was a painful removal as if it were in a nerve. Please view the video 'WIRES IN THE BRAIN' to learn more about crystal fibers.  60x

   

The other parts of the bundle of crystal fibers quickly separated.  200x

 
     

 

   
Another view of a different section of the crystal fibers.  Note how clear, rounded and smooth they look.  200x

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Another view of a different section of the crystal fibers.  Note how clear, rounded and smooth they look.  200x

   

Here is the same bundle of crystal fibers at the end the tweezers held.  I quickly adhered it to clear tape.  200x

 
     

 

   

This cluster of crystal fibers had a  "sugar snake" weaving it's way through. I marked photo of it with pink dots.  200x

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More crystal fibers with a red and blue fibers entwined around it.  Tweezers flattened one end a bit.  200x

   

This cluster of crystal fibers had a  "sugar snake" weaving it's way through. I marked photo of it with pink dots.  200x

 
     

 

   
 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Crystal fibers are usually found in groups.  200x

   

Crystal fibers found with a round blue fiber.  200x

 
   
A ball of crystal fibers.  There is new technology in medicine using fiber optics. 60x

A second ball of crystal fibers.  Please view the video 'WIRES IN THE BRAIN' to learn more about the crystal fibers.  200x

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A ball of crystal fibers.  There is new technology in medicine using fiber optics. 60x

   

A second ball of crystal fibers.  Please view the video "WIRES IN THE BRAIN" to learn more about the crystal fibers.  200x

 
     

 

   
This is my nano-communications device I like to call it, "Copper Eye the Nano Guy." Here are some more fiber-optic wires.  200x

While I was on the subject of fiber optics, this is the array that goes with the fiber-optic wires.  See another developing array in photo below.  200x

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This is my nano-communications device I like to call it, "Copper Eye the Nano Guy." Here are some more fiber-optic wires.  200x

   

While I was on the subject of fiber optics, this is the array that goes with the fiber-optic wires.  See another developing array in photo below.  200x

 
     

 

   
Here is the front of this complete nano-communications array.  60x

This array also has fiber-optic type fibers or wires.  200x

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Here is the front of this complete nano-communications array.  60x

   

This array also has fiber-optic type fibers or wires.  Arrays are found in sets of two.  200x

 
     

 

   
Back view of "nano guy." The fiber-optic wire runs right down the back.  60x

The "copper eye" is concave and shiny.  For further information read the data in  'Living with a Nightmare' about identification of this device.  200x

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Back view of "nano guy." The fiber-optic wire runs right down the back from the location of the "copper eye".   60x

   

The "copper eye" is convex and shiny.  For further information read the data in  '"Living with a Nightmare" about identification of this device.  200x

 
     

 

   
Example of non-optical fibers.  They are more opaque and not smooth.  200x

This plaque was covered in red gel and looked solid.  I scratched it with a needle to reveal a weave of fibers.  60x

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Example of non-optical fibers.  They are more opaque and not smooth.  200x

   

This plaque was covered in red gel and looked solid.  I scratched it with a needle to reveal a weave of fibers.  60x

 
     

 

   
These are opaque irregular fibers from the plaque in photo 182.  200x

Here are some more  of the fibers I pulled from the same plaque.  200x

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These are opaque irregular fibers from the plaque in photo 182.  200x

   

Here are some more  of the fibers I pulled from the same plaque.  200x

 
     

 

   
 
This was a curious find.  Purple fibers were attached to this strange piece of tissue.  (cocoon?)  60x

The tissue was removed  from the fibers in this photo.  60x

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Tubule :This was a curious find.  Purple fibers were attached to this strange piece of tissue.  (cocoon?)  60x

   

Tubule: The tissue was removed  from the fibers in this photo.  60x

 
     

 

   
A closer look reveals a strange tube-like fiber.   200x

Here is another view of the irregular fiber.  Is there  fluid or gel inside?  200x

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Tubule: A closer look reveals a strange tube-like fiber.   200x

   

Tubule: Here is another view of the irregular fiber.  Is there  fluid or gel inside?  200x

 
     

 

   
This next view of the purple formation looked like a woven day-glow plastic piece.  200x

This is another purple cluster with the tissue nested inside.  The tubes are also irregular but not as distended as the last specimen.   200x

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Tubule Device: This next view of the purple formation looked like a woven day-glow plastic piece.  This appears to be a specific component  200x

   

Tubule" This is another purple cluster with the tissue nested inside.  The tubes are also irregular but not as distended as the last specimen.   200x

 
     

 

   
This cluster of tubules is hot pink and purple. The tubes may have a gel in them.  It looks like bad plumbing.  200x

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194

 

Tubule Connector: This cluster of tubules is hot pink and purple. The tubes likely  have a gel in them. The origin of this piece may be in the cocoon as shown in photo 190 this . 200x

   

This bunch of tubules is red.  Whatever this colorful  collection was it causes undoubtedly causes harm to humans. 200x

 
     

 

   
This piece must be the same component as photo 189.  This was very shiny and seemed to shine with more than one color.  200x

Purple Morgellons fiber.  200x

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Tubule Device: This piece must be the same component as photo 189.  This was very shiny and seemed to shine with more than one color.  200x

   

Tubule : Purple Morgellons fiber.  200x

 
     

 

   
Pink fiber with woven formation as in purple formation in photo 189.  60x

Pink fiber entwined with crystal fiber. 200x

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Tubule Device: Pink fiber with woven component  as in purple formation in photo 189.  What function do these  components serve?  60x

   

Tubule family: The purple-pink fibers all seem to be a separate grouping. The pigmentation and fibers are unique.

 
     

 

   
Pink fiber on crust.  200x

Pink fiber entwined with crystal fiber. 200x

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Pink fiber on crust.  200x

   

Pink fiber entwined with crystal fiber. 200x

 
     

 

   
 
Purple fiber on clear crust.  200x

Pink fiber entwined with " Sugar Snakes." 200x

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Purple fiber on clear crust.  200x

   

Pink fiber entwined with " Sugar Snakes." 200x

 
     

 

   
Pink Morgellons unknown debris.  200x

Pink fiber on a Morgellons goo formation. 200x

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Pink Morgellons unknown debris.  200x

   

Pink fiber on a Morgellons goo formation. 200x

 
     

 

   
Red fiber is a glowing red gel sheath over a blue fiber.  When this fiber is mature,  the gel sheath splits into many flattened angular fibers like a strand of split garden hose.  200x

This glowing gel fiber is less mature than the previous fiber.  The blue fiber is barely visible inside but the fiber is rounded on the outside.  200x

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206

 

Red fiber is a glowing red gel sheath over a blue fiber.  When this fiber is mature,  the gel sheath splits into many flattened angular fibers like a strand of split garden hose.  200x

   

This glowing gel fiber is less mature than the previous fiber.  The blue fiber is barely visible inside but the fiber is rounded on the outside.  200x

 
     

 

   
Red Morgellons fiber.  200x

Red Morgellons fiber.  200x

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Red Morgellons fiber. Many are angular and thinner than other fibers.  200x

   

Red Morgellons fiber.  200x These may be pieces of sheath from large blue fibers.

 
     

 

   
Red Morgellons fiber.  200x

Red Morgellons fiber.  200x

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Red Morgellons fiber.  200x

   

Red Morgellons fiber.  200x

 
     

 

   
Red Morgellons fiber.  200x

Red Morgellons fiber.  200x

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Red Morgellons fiber.  200x

   

Red Morgellons fiber.  200x

 
     

 

   
Red Morgellons fiber.  200x

Red Morgellons fiber.  200x

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214

 

Red Morgellons fiber.  200x

   

Red Morgellons fiber.  200x

 
     

 

   
Red Morgellons fiber.  200x

Red Morgellons fiber.  200x

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216

 

Red Morgellons fiber.  200x

   

Red Morgellons fiber.  200x

 
     

 

   
Morgellons fiber and red gel crust.   60x

Close-up of previous red fiber.   200x

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Morgellons fiber and red gel crust.   60x

   

Close-up of previous red fiber.   200x

 
     

 

   
Red Morgellons fiber.  200x

Red Morgellons fiber.  200x

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Red Morgellons fiber.  200x

 

Red folded Morgellons fiber.  200x

 

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This red fiber is made of the Glowing red gel and has an enlarged end. These usually grow blue fibers in them.  200x

   

UV photo of my fibers from lab at the  University of Pittsburgh.  The hollow cellulose  fibers had glowing auto fluorescent properties.  These fibers came from my body.

 
 

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This recent blue/purple strand has a clubbed end not seen since earlier years of the disease.  200x

   

This fiber has blue pigment only in half of it the other part is clear. I have found a few fibers like this.  60x

 
     

 

   

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Blue fiber with clubbed  end  200x

   

Green fiber with clubbed  end  200x

 
     

 

   

        

Pods a New Discovery- Gestation Pouch for Self Assembling Balls of Fiber!   

BREAKING NEWS:  I was discussing the mystery of the the fiber balls with another Morgellons friend of mine.  She showed me some amazing  photos taken by herself and other people with Morgellons. There is now a new theory about the fiber balls that truly is worth considering.  Have you heard the old references to "pod creatures from outer space?"  This theory is a new take on that thought in a new direction. 

Several of my Morgellons friends have unearthed pods made of goo filled with clumps of fibers in multiple colors. Yes, people  have found these fiber-filled, gestating pods made of Morgellons goo coming out of their lesions.  This was not a new find, in fact my friend Chaos had discovered these pods years back.  She had even spent the extra money to send them to the researcher by overnight mail because of the importance of her find. Chaos had been a bit crestfallen about sending her samples and never hearing another word from this researcher. Consequently she kept the story to herself, feeling sheepish and thinking she had made a mistake. She hadn't made a mistake. Many of us had done the same thing with samples and were disappointed with silence and dashed hopes for our efforts. Fortunately for us she had kept the slides and data we have now.

The outer coverings of the pods seem to toughen and darken into a shell and still have the more viscous gel inside where tiny particles can form into fibers using the gel.  It is now clear that some of the Morgellons goo has the ability to form pods.  Remnants of pods have been found with fibers inside as well as freshly opened pods with fibers nearby.  All of the pods with mature fibers have a hollowing in the center.  The viscous goo found in one pod (#257) must be the growth medium for particles that are self assembling inside.

If large numbers of fibers were self replicating (assembling) in a confined space it would make sense that as the growth space became filled with fibers it would become more confining.  The fibers would be forced to fill in any void available by adapting to the space of the hollowed area inside the pod.  At the point when the pod is either getting old or has an overgrowth of fibers inside it would probably break open.  There is a noted yellowing of the pods as they become older.  My friend has looked at numerous pods and has seen a hole or thinner area in the pods as she examined them.  These weak points may have been there by design to accommodate the exit of mature fibers.  Take a look at the pods in photos #253-272.  It makes sense to me that this is how fiber balls are formed.  Now what I want to know is what the different colored marker dyes in the fibers indicate. Different characteristics would be associated with each color.

Many Thanks to "Chaos" who provided the great pod photos and research.  Bannanny has also kindly contributed pod photos in this study.

.....and while I am thinking about it this would be due time to hand out a GIANT NO THANKS! and FIRST DO NO HARM! to Dr Noah Scheinfeld from Columbia University who once was once (hired?) appeared on a major TV Network broadcast to make these derogatory statements about Morgellons victims. Read below to see how this man mocked Morgellons disease and gave his educated diagnosis about Morgellons to the public which further perpetuated prejudice and ridicule against all Morgellons sufferers.

Dr. Noah Scheinfeld said:

1. " Morgellons is not real it is all in the patient's head." (Correct me If I'm wrong, didn't this guy call us CRAZY?)  Thanks for making this great video Gillian-This one is for all of the skeptics and nay-sayers.  (Caution-soundtrack on video is loud-turn down volume before playing)

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2. Dr. Scheinfeld states: "This is somebody who is picking at themselves and people pick at themselves for all sorts of reasons."   (How about having a bunch of these things under your skin?) This is an actual pathology photo taken by Dr. Rahim Karjoo, M.D., F.A.S.C.P./F.C.A.P of my tissue specimen.

3. Dr. Scheinfeld states:  "Once patients create a sore they shove fibers into it!   ( Ah, what a classic!  This is the epitome of arrogance and character assassination. It is simply what I would call a "Big Fat Lie".  What possible motivation or proof did he have to make such a derogatory statement?)

The entire Morgellons Community will always remember you and the others Medical people who chose to malign and further harm people and families with a serious physical illness. 

As a Morgellons victim who has had to tolerate this denigration of a serious and debilitating physical illness, I do believe I now have developed a distinct urge to shove vast quantities of fibers somewhere.   I believe the most fitting, fiber shoving area would be in a place where the sun don't Schein. 

In order to have a valid opinion about a novel new disease it is necessary to first study it! To believe that you all ready know everything by osmosis is ludicrous. In order to discredit or hide the truth it appears that no study is necessary and it's business as usual for all of you HIPPOCRATS.

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A peer reviewed paper has recently been accepted for medical publication. Follow the link below.  I do disagree that the fibers are only cutaneous since people find them in urine.  I have personally found them in tissue samples of nerve fibers from back surgery on slides  prepared by a pathologist at hospital lab. This paper is a small step in the right direction. 

Morgellons disease: Analysis of a population with clinically confirmed microscopic subcutaneous fibers of unknown etiology

 

Fiberball and Pod Photos

 

 

 

 

       
     

 

   

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Morgellons fiber ball.  I took this one apart and it was amazingly tightly woven together.  60x

   

Morgellons fiber ball.  200x

 
     

 

   
Here is the spectrum of fluorescent colors used by the nanotechnology industry.

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Here is the spectrum of fluorescent pigmented colors used by the nanotechnology industry.

   

This Morgellons fiber ball glowed like the red gel.  200x

 
     

 

   
Morgellons fiber ball.  60x

Morgellons fiber ball.  200x

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Morgellons fiber ball.  60x

   

Morgellons fiber ball.  200x

 
     

 

   

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Morgellons Fiber ball.  200x

   

Morgellons Fiber ball.  60x

 
     

 

   
Morgellons fiber ball.  200x

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Morgellons fiber ball.  200x

   

Morgellons fiber ball.  200x

 
     

 

   
Morgellons Fiber ball.  60x

Morgellons Fiber ball.  60x

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Morgellons fiber ball.  60x

   

Morgellons fiber ball.  60x

 
     

 

   

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Morgellons Fiber ball  200x

   

Morgellons Fiber ball  200x

 
     

 

   
Morgellons Fiber ball  200x

Morgellons Fiber ball.  60x

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Morgellons Fiber ball  200x

   

Morgellons Fiber ball  60x

 
     

 

   
Morgellons Fiber ball  200x

Morgellons Fiber ball  200x

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Morgellons Fiber ball  200x

   

Morgellons Fiber ball  200x

 
     

 

   
Morgellons Fiber ball  200x

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Morgellons Fiber ball 200x

   

Morgellons Fiber ball 200x

 
     

 

   

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Morgellons Fiber ball  200x

   

Pod: Jan's Morgellons Fiber ball with pod particle  200x

 
     

 

   
This is an opened  pod complete with hole and ball of fibers. 60x

This fiber cluster is still flattened from being in a pod.  200x

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Pod: This is an opened  pod complete with hole and ball of fibers. 60x

   

Pod: This fiber cluster is still flattened from being in a pod.  200x

 
     

 

   
This is an old pod a couple of fibers still cling on the outside.  200x

This is a fiber cluster from a pod.   200x

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252

 

Pod: This is an old pod that had a cluster of fibers inside.  See next photo

   

Pod: Here is the  fiber cluster from pod in photo #255  200x

 
     

 

   
This pod's outer shell has been broken and the viscous growth medium goo is leaking out. 200x

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Pod: This pod's outer shell has been broken and the viscous growth medium goo is leaking out. 200x

   

Pod: Strange teal fiber flattened on lower left from being constricted in a pod.  200x

 
     

 

   

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Pod: Small unopened pod.   200x

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Pod: Half a pod with fibers still in it.   200x

 
     

 

   
Small pod with some fibers showing.  60x

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Pod: Small pod with some fibers showing.  60x

   

Pod: Notice all the small colored specks inside this pod.  At maturity I am certain they will be fibers.  200x

 
     

 

   

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Pod: Fiber pod, note the area where shell looks like material is thinner.  200x

   

Pod: Fiber pod.  200x

 
     

 

   

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Pod: The colored Specks may be early stage of fibers on outside of this pod.  200x

   

Pod: Fiber pod with some fibers sticking out through shell.  200x

 
     

 

   
Fiber pod developed on a piece of hair.  200x

Fiber pod with thin darker covering on top. 200x

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Fiber pod developed on a piece of hair.  200x

   

Fiber pod with thin darker covering on top. 200x

 
     

 

   
Larger unopened pod.   200x

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Larger unopened pod.   200x

   

Large pod with some fibers pushing out on right side.  200x

 
     

 

   
Small new pod with fibers protruding. 60x

Small pod with hints of color on the outside.  60x

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Pod: Small new pod with fibers protruding. 60x

   

Pod: Small pod with hints of color on the outside.  60x

 
     

 

   
.........Additional Pod and Fiber Photos

Submitted by our Readers.................

 

 

 

Pod: submitted by Bannanny CA

   

Pod: submitted by Bannanny CA

 
     

 

   

 

 

 

Crystal fibers sent by Bannanny CA 

   

Crystal fibers sent by Bannanny CA 

 
     

 

   

 

 

 

Fiber mass submitted by Bannanny CA

   

Fiber mass submitted by Bannanny CA

 
     

 

   

 

 

 

 Crystal Fiber ball submitted by Ruth WA 

   

Fiber mass in goo submitted by Ruth WA

 
     

 

   

 

    Go To:

CHAPTER  1 - Motile Sugar Snakes - Photos # 1 through 18

CHAPTER  2 - Tentacles of Grey Goo - Photos # 19 through 56

CHAPTER  3 - Mysterious Red Glowing Gel - Photos # 57 through 80

CHAPTER  4 - Blue Fibers "The Goldenheads" - Photos # 81 through 126

CHAPTER  5 - Bad Hair Day - Photos # 127 through 166

CHAPTER  6 - Great Balls of Fiber and More - Photos # 167 through 272

CHAPTER  7 - Oddities and Ends - Photos # 273 through 360

 

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