Source: The New York Post
Rumors of the possible recovery of long lost Doctor Who episodes from the 1960’s continue to divide the Doctor Who community. So much so that at least one site, missingepisodes.com, has locked all threads in its Doctor Who forum discussing the topic because of the behavior of some posters.
Meanwhile, the story keeps building up steam and has seeped into the international mainstream media. The New York Post jumped in the fray on Tuesday morning in reporting the story. There was nothing new or earth-shattering in The Post’s coverage, not even a snazzy classic New York Post zinger of a headline. It just said “Lost “Doctor Who” episodes unearthed.
The BBC has remained quiet on the issue, refusing to say one way or the other if or how many Doctor Who episodes have been recovered. There is supposedly going to be a press conference in this week to offer details of the alleged recovery, but even this is saddled with its own rumors and speculation.
With international media outlets like the New York Post now reporting on the story, the BBC is under scrutiny for its refusal to officially confirm or deny the rumors. At this point, the BEEB has all but lost control of the story while alienating Doctor Who fans at the same time.
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