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David Ewart

Thanks for checking about the image Alan. Unfortunately, unless I have specifically noted the source of the image, all of the images I use were gathered simply found from Googling. I have it on my to-do list to re-search images and use those that I can credit.

Alan Reed

I am creating a power point presentation of the Shroud of Turin and I would like to use the image of the Garden Tomb that you have at the top of the web-site. I intend to place the presentation on you-tube, therefore, I need permission to use the image.
Thank you!
Alan Reed
Franklin, Tennessee

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