21 April 2020

Won't you be mine?

This photo of a giant human skull decorating a men's boutique window was taken on Valentine's Day, which coincided with the date of France's first coronavirus death.

[Hôpital Bichat, Paris: First death from the coronavirus in France February 14, 2020, an 80-year-old Chinese patient]


The plague that caused the Black Death originated in China in the early to mid-1300s and spread along trade routes westward to the Mediterranean and northern Africa. It reached southern England in 1348 and northern Britain and Scandinavia by 1350. - Encyclopedia Brittanica/Pandemics-Medieval Europe


Today marks the first anniversary of what we consider the true date of death of beloved and cherished friend Clement von Franckenstein -- Hollywood Reporter / Telegraph -- last Easter Sunday, the day he went into a coma. I will be commemorating him on the official date, May 9th.

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