Wednesday, January 13, 2016

I have been saying for a long time that they moved over the top of Young Lovelady's head to Doorman. Not 1963 Lovelady, but Young Lovelady from the 1950s. But, is there a tell-tale sign of this evil mischief?

I believe there is. There appears to be a rectangular patch over his forehead. It goes all the way down to the top of his eyes. 

Here it is demarcated in white:

Now that you know what you are looking for, look at it again with the white rectangle removed. Can you still see it?

If that's not a patch, what is it? You don't see anything like that on Lovelady or Oswald. It reminds me of those iron-on patches for jeans.

Before my adversaries try to claim that it's just an artifact from the enlargement, I'll display another forehead from the photo which does not have it.

The woman's forehead on the left looks perfectly integral with the rest of her. I don't see any rectangular patch over it, as on Doorman. 

Doorman is such a highly distorted image, with the big swelling bulging out of the right side of his face as we look at it (it is not his ear), the deep concave gouging-out of his face on that side along his jaw below, the complete hacking off his shoulder below that, as if someone took a machete to it. I don't know how people could look at that without noticing and mentioning that he is a freak. 

But, until someone comes up with a better idea, that rectangular patch will be considered the visible manifestation of the fix that was put in to hide the transfer of Young Lovelady's forehead, hairline and the top of his head to Doorman. 

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