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Perry Winkle
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Dazza P
• 1/8/2013

WANTED: Who is Doctor who?


The man in the picture, known as "The Doctor" is being searched for by the C.I.A, he has committed several crimes over a period of 120 years. Wanted dead or alive.

The man pictured has shown up several times through history.


Drawing dated 1880, Sumatra.


Photo taken April 14, 1912, Southampton, England.

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November 22, 1963, Dallas, Texas.

If you have seen him please contact:

By postal mail: Central Intelligence Agency Office of Public Affairs Washington, D.C. 20505

By phone: (703) 482-0623 Open during normal business hours.

By fax: (703) 482-1739 (please include a phone number where we may call you)

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Perry Winkle
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Dazza P
• 1/8/2013

I think there's a team of them, all using the same name. My uncle usd to work as a lab assistant in some over-rated army base (not regular army, mind, a special unit but I can't recall the name) and he told me that the head of the unit - a scotsman I think - kept using this Doctor to head up the scientific research bit. But there were loads of them. I'm guessing The Doctor might be a code name or something. It's not like they can all be the same guy is it?

• 1/8/2013

I have no idea about the young man in the picture, but I do recall meeting an older, white haired gentlemen back in 1963 who called himself The Doctor. He had a younger girl with him who I think was his grand-daughter. I was working as an utherette at the Ritz Cinema in Totters Lane at the time. (The cinema's not there now, you know. They knocked it down and turned it into flats.) Any way, it was one evening and and we were showing a film about the fall of Rome. All this old boy kept doing was tutting and muttering that it wasn't historically accurate. He kept going on and on and upsetting the rest of the patrons so I had to ask him to leave. A right crotchetty old so and so he was, very bad tempered. Very rude too. I gave him a piece of my mind and sent him packing. I served in the Blitz and wasn't I wasn't having any of his nonsense. (I'm 81 you know.) He stormed out into the direction of an old jumkyard and I never saw him again! Thinking about it, perhaps the young man's a relation....

• 1/8/2013

I think I know who you are talking about. I was travelling in Tibet several years ago and, whilst the high altitude makes you rather giddy, I remember thinking to myself that backpackers dont wear leather jackets. He was surrounded by several buddhist monks and he was engaged deep in conversation. I remember it well because of the facial expressions. The monks seemed to listen to everything he said. I even bumped into him outside the monastry outside Lhasa, I apologised, but he simply grinned and said "keep on going. you will see" It has intrigued me ever since.

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