Psychic Experiment #21

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
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updated by @inlanddan: 09/10/18 04:16:26PM
inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

Ok this is the guy for #21

Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
4 years ago
1,379 posts

I am getting:

The Great Depression

Mischievous and likes attention

Okie

makes music...banjo?

from a big family

That's all for now, except that whoever cut his hair must have been drunk, lol! ;-)

C. Cat

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

This picture was when he was a little older. The next one he will be younger.

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

I suppose it would be appropriate to give a little heads up for the new people on here what the Psychic Experiment is; this is a for fun exercise for everyone. Once a week someone posts a photo of a non living person in here. What you do is try to read the person to figure out who it is. This is not a competition or anything like that. It is just for fun. So please everyone join in and enjoy.

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

Hi GirlOnFire, welcome. Oh I for to mention the reveal will be on Sunday. Keep coming back and adding. More will come help. We seem to feed on each others feeling too.

Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
4 years ago
1,379 posts

Ecila,

Got you beat. I have 3 cowlicks, lol. Dontcha just love 'em (not)?

I see Val and Kat think he's German. Do you mean that he lives in Germany? Maybe of German background, but I think he lived here. Guess we'll see. I'm often wrong, as you know.

Agree with surrounded by crooks, Robin. Love the name you got. Squizzy would make a great name for a cat.....

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
4 years ago
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Looking again this morning I am getting:

wife beating

Jekyl and Hyde personality....one face in public, another in private

Hick or hillbilly, except his dress is at odds with that, so that must be wrong

C. Cat

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

Hi, I am going to put up another picture now. This is when he was younger.

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inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

LOL Nope no bull-crap involved. This is actually taken during the time he was noted for. These were the glasses of the day. I actually want some just like them.

Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
4 years ago
1,379 posts

What a difference!

In the younger picture he looks like an accountant.

By comparison, his eyes look a bit psychotic in the older picture.

Looks like a sweet kid, but I am feeling a hard toughness inside.

KKK maybe, or some kind of fiery preacher

Too confused to post more now.

C. Cat

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

You are getting some better reads on this picture. Not saying all is correct. For someone that "isn't good at this" your doing pretty good really. I think he was tired in the other picture.

Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
4 years ago
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Wow Robin, I shouldn't censor myself. After I got accountant, I also got detective but didn't post that, because it seemed so opposite of what I got on the first picture. I think you may be onto something there. What I actually heard in my head was "Like Elliot Ness".

I don't think he looks like Leonard....Leonard may be short, but is much better looking than this guy is, enough so that he and Kayley actually had a real affair for two years while filming the show. I also love Big Bang Theory. Our guy does have a nerdy look though, that's for sure.

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
4 years ago
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Thanks, I can always use encouragement. :-)

C. Cat

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

I am going to give a hint to clear things up a little, I have not found anything on him referring to alcohol not to say he may not been a heavy drinker. There is no record of it I could find.

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

Ok, sorry to hear that. I hope everyone is good.

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

Keep going you are all starting to pick up on things now. I think I should have posted the second picture first. My Bad! LOL

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

There is a second picture on page 2 I think. It was from when he was younger and the period he was most noted for.

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
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Very good questions.

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
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She is just new to the experiment. I love having kids input too.

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

Hi Binger and welcome to the Psychic Experiment. Did you notice the second picture just down on this page too?

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

No, try and pick up on him. Try and focus on the picture and use your abilities to get things.

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

LOL

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

I'm not so far.

Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
4 years ago
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No weird stuff so far with my PMs and posts except that I don't get notified of them until many hours after they are posted.

C. Cat

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

Not form me though, I am always up late. LOL

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

Just to let you all know, you most all of you going in the right direction on a lot of things now. Keep it going:)

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

Yes I can, mind you that it won't mean you got everything on the post though.

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
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:|

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
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:|

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
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:|

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
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:|

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
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:)

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
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:|

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
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:|

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
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:))

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
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:|

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
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:))

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
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:|

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
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:))

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
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OK

:| mean's a little.

:) mean's on track.

:))mean's a pretty good hit.

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
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You have been doing fantastic too Robin. Both of you.

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

:))

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
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Dan is heading to the Lake this weekend with his son and two youngest grand-kids. Sledding and all that for the 3 day weekend. I am going to try and keep up although the only way is my son's phone. We will be out in the boonies. LOL

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
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:)

Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
4 years ago
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Re: the "mouthwash"

first speakeasy?

first bootlegger to go on trial after prohibition?

I am not picking these up. These are just logical guesses based on the :)) Julie got for her "mouthwash'.

He seems much less serious in the 2nd picture, almost as if he thinks everything is a joke now, but he was just the opposite when younger. What would cause that to happen to someone?

C. Cat

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

I tried to add them all to the relevant post some didn't hit as a reply. Actually that was for Julie's post as well as Ecilia's.

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

She is picking up on an smell LIKE "mouthwash".

Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
4 years ago
1,379 posts

Thanks, Dan.

Obviously, liquor, as in a bootlegger, is a smell like mouthwash, which is what I meant. Sorry if that was not clear.

I got an idea of who it was and looked up pictures of him, and got excited when I found pictures where he looked exactly like the younger picture including those glasses, but he looked nothing like your older picture as he aged, so I am wrong. Back to the drawing board.

Hmm...if he's a monster...what about ether or chloroform?

C. Cat

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

:)

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

For both of you :)) on some stuff, keep up with your feelings, so far you are missing a big thing attached to this. I am trying to send you all a little bit of what it is about. Once you hit on it I think you will find him.

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

:)))

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

You are 100% correct, I will let you post it though!

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
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Everyone I think hit on somethings. I am not sure of his ethnicity but Scopes could be German.

"OK here is the reveal. Our person is John T Scopes hewas ateacherinDayton, Tennessee, who was charged on May 5, 1925 for violatingTennessee'sButler Act, which prohibited the teaching ofevolutionin Tennessee schools. He was tried in a case known as theScopes Trial.

http://www.biography.com/people/john-scopes-17183774

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_T._Scopes

The case ended on July 21, 1925, with aguiltyverdict, and Scopes was fined 100 dollars. The case was appealed to theTennessee Supreme Court. In a 3-1 decision written by Chief JusticeGrafton Greenthe Butler Act was held to beconstitutional, but the court overturned Scopes's conviction on atechnicality: the judge had set the fine instead of the jury. The Butler Act remained until May 18, 1967, when it was repealed by theTennessee legislature.

Scopes may have actually been innocent of the crime to which his name is inexorably linked. After the trial Scopes admitted to reporterWilliam Kinsey Hutchinson"I didn't violate the law," (DeCamp p.435) explaining that he had skipped the evolution lesson, and that his lawyers had coached his students to go on the stand; the Dayton businessmen had assumed he had violated the law. Hutchinson did not file his story until after the Scopes appeal was decided in 1927."

Scopes was born and raised on a farm inPaducah, KentuckyHence the Hick or Hillbilly connection. It was the 1920s. Also the banjo was popular in the day.

He was a science teacher hence the alcohol smell most likely added to the fact the name Scopes could be the mouthwash connection.

This took place in the 20s and his life spanned into The Great Depression.

Rob and Julie had good hits, Was he incarcerated? Was he falsely accused of a crime? Was he exonerated? Order in the court. All right on target. John

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

I did post his info, there was nothing about any children I could find.

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
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Also, he was represented by one of the mostfamous lawyersof the time,Clarence Darrow.

Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
4 years ago
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Oh rats! I could kick myself! About 4 hours ago I Googled "the first person to teach Darwinism" and his name did NOT come up. If I had used the word evolution instead of Darwinism, I bet I would have gotten it. Oh well. I am very glad Julie got it and that I was at least on the right track, after I saw that my first guess was wrong.

Now you can have a nice time in the boonies with your grandkids, Dan, and not worry about whether you can get a phone connection. :-)

C. Cat

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

That's awesome, I didn't see that:)

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

Thanks, part of the reason I love it up the at the cavin (cabin) as my grandson calls it is the isolation. Especially this time of the year. It gets pretty crowded up there in the summer. I am going to try and use this trip for some healing.

Actually I thought you did really good, right away you picked up on the hick hillbilly thing.

inlanddan
@inlanddan
4 years ago
387 posts

Hi Robin, as well as yourself, you did great too!

Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
4 years ago
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It just occurred to me that we are not just using only our psychic abilities to solve these. We are using the intuitive right sides of our brains to come up with the clues, but then we are using the left, deductive reasoning side to make up lists and guess logical solutions. Kind of like a cross between a psychic and Sherlock Holmes, lol.

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
4 years ago
1,379 posts

Hi moon and adorable pooch,

Julie actually solved this one yesterday! The reveal is near the end.....not sure what page, but either the last or next to last page. You are right that he is American. If you haven't read all the posts leading up to the solve, it might be interesting to do so, if you have time. The process of getting there is sometimes as interesting as the solve. :-)

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
4 years ago
1,379 posts

Hi again moon,

Sorry I just posted, telling you the reveal was done. I wish all posts were in chronological order here, like on every other forum I've ever seen. It gets very confusing. After reading your first post, way back near the beginning,I did not know that you now knew it had been solved, so I went looking so I could let you know what page the reveal was on, and found the post showing that you do know it's been solved. So, just ignore my previous post. Sorry. ;-)

C. Cat

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