Friday, 9 December 2011

The real Shakespearean Mystery

With Roland Emmerich's new film Anonymous still going the rounds, interest in Shakespearean authorship is rampant

(anyway, that's what the film's publicists are claiming)

If you have no idea what I'm talking about, click on the link below and then run the trailer

However, I have a Shakespearen mystery of my very own and its hidden within this large diorama of mine called (yes, you guessed!) Shakespeasean Mystery

Shakespearean Mystery by Mike Healey

This is a three-dimensional diorama. I'm sorry about the rubbish quality of the photograph but the important thing is that this 'stage set' contains all the clues needed to discover a secret cypher hidden within a well-known Shakespearean text!

If you think we are entering Cookoo-land then think again! Its really there and, given time, it will become the subject of my long-delayed Ph.D!

Meanwhile, get yourself along to the Biscuit Factory Gallery in Newcastle (UK) and check it out

Not sure where that is, then click on the link below:


YOU could be the first to reveal one of the greatest discoveries to hit Shakespearen scholarship since young WS first put pen to paper!

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