CATWOMAN ( MICHELLE PFEIFFER) ARRIVES AT LITTLEDEAN JAIL ……

A LIFESIZE MODEL OF MICHELLE PFEIFFER AS CATWOMAN IN THE 1992 BATMAN RETURNS FILM ARRIVES AT THE CRIME THROUGH TIME COLLECTION AT LITTLEDEAN JAIL AND SETS THE TONE AT THE ENTRANCE OF THE JAIL AS TO WHAT VISITORS CAN  EXPECT TO SEE WITHIN THE WALLS OF THE JAIL …. VERY TONGUE IN CHEEK AND MOST CERTAINLY POLITICALLY INCORRECT .

IF EASILY OFFENDED OR OF A SENSITIVE NATURE  PLEASE DO AVOID A VISIT TO LITTLEDEAN JAIL .

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Andy Jones, from the Crime Through Time Collection puts a  lifesize fetish model of the Catwoman (Michelle Pheiffer) from the Batman Returns film (1992)  under " REDUCE SPEED NOW " sign outside the Museums entrance at  Littledean Jail in the Forest Of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK in an effort to slow the speeding traffic.  Andy said "She simply sets the tone on what to expect in the Uk's most politically incorrect tourism attraction..... at the same time helping the local authority to reduce speeding through the Forest Of Dean ..... he also says that every home should have one !!!" Andy Jones, from the Crime Through Time Collection puts a  lifesize fetish model of the Catwoman (Michelle Pheiffer) from the Batman Returns film (1992)  under " REDUCE SPEED NOW " sign outside the Museums entrance at  Littledean Jail in the Forest Of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK in an effort to slow the speeding traffic.  Andy said "She simply sets the tone on what to expect in the Uk's most politically incorrect tourism attraction..... at the same time helping the local authority to reduce speeding through the Forest Of Dean ..... he also says that every home should have one !!!" Andy Jones, from the Crime Through Time Collection puts a  lifesize fetish model of the Catwoman (Michelle Pheiffer) from the Batman Returns film (1992)  under " REDUCE SPEED NOW " sign outside the Museums entrance at  Littledean Jail in the Forest Of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK in an effort to slow the speeding traffic.  Andy said "She simply sets the tone on what to expect in the Uk's most politically incorrect tourism attraction..... at the same time helping the local authority to reduce speeding through the Forest Of Dean ..... he also says that every home should have one !!!" Andy Jones, from the Crime Through Time Collection puts a  lifesize fetish model of the Catwoman (Michelle Pheiffer) from the Batman Returns film (1992)  under " REDUCE SPEED NOW " sign outside the Museums entrance at  Littledean Jail in the Forest Of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK in an effort to slow the speeding traffic.  Andy said "She simply sets the tone on what to expect in the Uk's most politically incorrect tourism attraction..... at the same time helping the local authority to reduce speeding through the Forest Of Dean ..... he also says that every home should have one !!!" Andy Jones, from the Crime Through Time Collection puts a  lifesize fetish model of the Catwoman (Michelle Pheiffer) from the Batman Returns film (1992)  under " REDUCE SPEED NOW " sign outside the Museums entrance at  Littledean Jail in the Forest Of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK in an effort to slow the speeding traffic.  Andy said "She simply sets the tone on what to expect in the Uk's most politically incorrect tourism attraction..... at the same time helping the local authority to reduce speeding through the Forest Of Dean ..... he also says that every home should have one !!!" Andy Jones, from the Crime Through Time Collection puts a  lifesize fetish model of the Catwoman (Michelle Pheiffer) from the Batman Returns film (1992)  under " REDUCE SPEED NOW " sign outside the Museums entrance at  Littledean Jail in the Forest Of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK in an effort to slow the speeding traffic.  Andy said "She simply sets the tone on what to expect in the Uk's most politically incorrect tourism attraction..... at the same time helping the local authority to reduce speeding through the Forest Of Dean ..... he also says that every home should have one !!!" Andy Jones, from the Crime Through Time Collection puts a  lifesize fetish model of the Catwoman (Michelle Pheiffer) from the Batman Returns film (1992)  under " REDUCE SPEED NOW " sign outside the Museums entrance at  Littledean Jail in the Forest Of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK in an effort to slow the speeding traffic.  Andy said "She simply sets the tone on what to expect in the Uk's most politically incorrect tourism attraction..... at the same time helping the local authority to reduce speeding through the Forest Of Dean ..... he also says that every home should have one !!!" Andy Jones, from the Crime Through Time Collection puts a  lifesize fetish model of the Catwoman (Michelle Pheiffer) from the Batman Returns film (1992)  under " REDUCE SPEED NOW " sign outside the Museums entrance at  Littledean Jail in the Forest Of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK in an effort to slow the speeding traffic.  Andy said "She simply sets the tone on what to expect in the Uk's most politically incorrect tourism attraction..... at the same time helping the local authority to reduce speeding through the Forest Of Dean ..... he also says that every home should have one !!!" Andy Jones, from the Crime Through Time Collection puts a  lifesize fetish model of the Catwoman (Michelle Pheiffer) from the Batman Returns film (1992)  under " REDUCE SPEED NOW " sign outside the Museums entrance at  Littledean Jail in the Forest Of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK in an effort to slow the speeding traffic.  Andy said "She simply sets the tone on what to expect in the Uk's most politically incorrect tourism attraction..... at the same time helping the local authority to reduce speeding through the Forest Of Dean ..... he also says that every home should have one !!!" Andy Jones, from the Crime Through Time Collection puts a  lifesize fetish model of the Catwoman (Michelle Pheiffer) from the Batman Returns film (1992)  under " REDUCE SPEED NOW " sign outside the Museums entrance at  Littledean Jail in the Forest Of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK in an effort to slow the speeding traffic.  Andy said "She simply sets the tone on what to expect in the Uk's most politically incorrect tourism attraction..... at the same time helping the local authority to reduce speeding through the Forest Of Dean ..... he also says that every home should have one !!!" Andy Jones, from the Crime Through Time Collection puts a  lifesize fetish model of the Catwoman (Michelle Pheiffer) from the Batman Returns film (1992)  under " REDUCE SPEED NOW " sign outside the Museums entrance at  Littledean Jail in the Forest Of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK in an effort to slow the speeding traffic.  Andy said "She simply sets the tone on what to expect in the Uk's most politically incorrect tourism attraction..... at the same time helping the local authority to reduce speeding through the Forest Of Dean ..... he also says that every home should have one !!!" Andy Jones, from the Crime Through Time Collection puts a  lifesize fetish model of the Catwoman (Michelle Pheiffer) from the Batman Returns film (1992)  under " REDUCE SPEED NOW " sign outside the Museums entrance at  Littledean Jail in the Forest Of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK in an effort to slow the speeding traffic.  Andy said "She simply sets the tone on what to expect in the Uk's most politically incorrect tourism attraction..... at the same time helping the local authority to reduce speeding through the Forest Of Dean ..... he also says that every home should have one !!!" Andy Jones, from the Crime Through Time Collection puts a  lifesize fetish model of the Catwoman (Michelle Pheiffer) from the Batman Returns film (1992)  under " REDUCE SPEED NOW " sign outside the Museums entrance at  Littledean Jail in the Forest Of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK in an effort to slow the speeding traffic.  Andy said "She simply sets the tone on what to expect in the Uk's most politically incorrect tourism attraction..... at the same time helping the local authority to reduce speeding through the Forest Of Dean ..... he also says that every home should have one !!!" Andy Jones, from the Crime Through Time Collection puts a  lifesize fetish model of the Catwoman (Michelle Pheiffer) from the Batman Returns film (1992)  under " REDUCE SPEED NOW " sign outside the Museums entrance at  Littledean Jail in the Forest Of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK in an effort to slow the speeding traffic.  Andy said "She simply sets the tone on what to expect in the Uk's most politically incorrect tourism attraction..... at the same time helping the local authority to reduce speeding through the Forest Of Dean ..... he also says that every home should have one !!!" Andy Jones, from the Crime Through Time Collection puts a  lifesize fetish model of the Catwoman (Michelle Pheiffer) from the Batman Returns film (1992)  under " REDUCE SPEED NOW " sign outside the Museums entrance at  Littledean Jail in the Forest Of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK in an effort to slow the speeding traffic.  Andy said "She simply sets the tone on what to expect in the Uk's most politically incorrect tourism attraction..... at the same time helping the local authority to reduce speeding through the Forest Of Dean ..... he also says that every home should have one !!!" Andy Jones, from the Crime Through Time Collection puts a  lifesize fetish model of the Catwoman (Michelle Pheiffer) from the Batman Returns film (1992)  under " REDUCE SPEED NOW " sign outside the Museums entrance at  Littledean Jail in the Forest Of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK in an effort to slow the speeding traffic.  Andy said "She simply sets the tone on what to expect in the Uk's most politically incorrect tourism attraction..... at the same time helping the local authority to reduce speeding through the Forest Of Dean ..... he also says that every home should have one !!!" Andy Jones, from the Crime Through Time Collection puts a  lifesize fetish model of the Catwoman (Michelle Pheiffer) from the Batman Returns film (1992)  under " REDUCE SPEED NOW " sign outside the Museums entrance at  Littledean Jail in the Forest Of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK in an effort to slow the speeding traffic.  Andy said "She simply sets the tone on what to expect in the Uk's most politically incorrect tourism attraction..... at the same time helping the local authority to reduce speeding through the Forest Of Dean ..... he also says that every home should have one !!!" Andy Jones, from the Crime Through Time Collection puts a  lifesize fetish model of the Catwoman (Michelle Pheiffer) from the Batman Returns film (1992)  under " REDUCE SPEED NOW " sign outside the Museums entrance at  Littledean Jail in the Forest Of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK in an effort to slow the speeding traffic.  Andy said "She simply sets the tone on what to expect in the Uk's most politically incorrect tourism attraction..... at the same time helping the local authority to reduce speeding through the Forest Of Dean ..... he also says that every home should have one !!!" Andy Jones, from the Crime Through Time Collection puts a  lifesize fetish model of the Catwoman (Michelle Pheiffer) from the Batman Returns film (1992)  under " REDUCE SPEED NOW " sign outside the Museums entrance at  Littledean Jail in the Forest Of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK in an effort to slow the speeding traffic.  Andy said "She simply sets the tone on what to expect in the Uk's most politically incorrect tourism attraction..... at the same time helping the local authority to reduce speeding through the Forest Of Dean ..... he also says that every home should have one !!!"

 

 

 

ELEPHANT MAN – Joseph Carey Merrick (5 August 1862 – 11 April 1890), sometimes incorrectly referred to as John Merrick

HERE AT LITTLEDEAN JAIL ALONGSIDE OUR OWN FREAKS OF NATURE EXHIBITS, WE BRIEFLY TOUCH UPON THE HISTORY OF THE ELEPHANT MAN – JOSEPH (JOHN)  MERRICK  AND ALSO THE BRILLIANT AND WELL WORTH WATCHING (IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN IT ALREADY  )  … 1980 FILM – THE ELEPHANT MAN…. STARRING JOHN HURT AS JOSEPH MERRICK AND ANTHONY HOPKINS AS FREDERICK TREVES …..

HERE BELOW IS SOME VARIOUS INTERACTIVE HISTORICAL BACKGROUND ON BOTH THE HISTORY OF THE ELEPHANT MAN AND ALSO THE CLASSIC FILM

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ABOVE IS THE OFFICIAL TRAILER FOR THE 1980 FILM – THE ELEPHANT MAN

BELOW IS THE HAUNTING SOUNDTRACK THEME FOR THE FILM TOO

Joseph Carey Merrick (5 August 1862 – 11 April 1890), sometimes incorrectly referred to as John Merrick, was an English man with severe deformities who was exhibited as a human curiosity named the Elephant Man. He became well known in London society after he went to live at the London Hospital. Merrick was born in LeicesterLeicestershire and began to develop abnormally during the first few years of his life. His skin appeared thick and lumpy, he developed an enlargement of his lips, and a bony lump grew on his forehead. One of his arms and both feet became enlarged and at some point during his childhood he fell and damaged his hip, resulting in permanent lameness. When he was 11, his mother died and his father soon remarried. Merrick left school at 13, and had difficulty finding employment. Rejected by his father and stepmother, he left home. In late 1879, aged 17, Merrick entered the Leicester Union Workhouse.

In 1884, after four years in the workhouse, Merrick contacted a showman named Sam Torr and proposed that Torr should exhibit him. Torr agreed, and arranged for a group of men to manage Merrick, whom they named the Elephant Man. After touring the East Midlands, Merrick travelled to London to be exhibited in a penny gaff shop on Whitechapel Road which was rented by showman Tom Norman. Norman’s shop, directly across the street from the London Hospital, was visited by a surgeon named Frederick Treves, who invited Merrick to be examined and photographed. Soon after Merrick’s visits to the hospital, Tom Norman’s shop was closed by the police and Merrick’s managers sent him to tour in Europe.

In Belgium, Merrick was robbed by his road manager and abandoned in Brussels. He eventually made his way back to London; unable to communicate, he was found by the police to have Frederick Treves’ card on him. Treves came and took Merrick back to the London Hospital. Although his condition was incurable, Merrick was allowed to stay at the hospital for the remainder of his life. Treves visited him daily and the pair developed quite a close friendship. Merrick also received visits from the wealthy ladies and gentlemen of London society, including Alexandra, Princess of Wales.

Merrick died on 11 April 1890, aged 27. The official cause of death was asphyxia, although Treves, who dissected the body, said that Merrick had died of a dislocated neck. He believed that Merrick—who had to sleep sitting up because of the weight of his head—had been attempting to sleep lying down, to “be like other people”. The exact cause of Merrick’s deformities is unclear. The dominant theory throughout much of the 20th century was that Merrick suffered from neurofibromatosis type I. In 1986, a new theory emerged that he had Proteus syndrome. In 2001 it was proposed that Merrick had suffered from a combination of neurofibromatosis type I and Proteus syndrome. DNA tests conducted on his hair and bones have proven inconclusive.

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BELOW IS SOME VIDEO FOOTAGE OF SOME OF JOSEPH MERRICK’S PERSONAL ITEMS TO INCLUDE HIS HOOD AND CAP AS WAS WORN BY HIM TO SHIELD HIS ADNORMALITIES FROM THE PUBLIC .

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