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Miller and an update on the original Holy Face Billboard Project in Ireland.
The results, which were centralized by the British Museum and published in Nature in 1989, provided conclusive evidence of the medieval origin of the artefact.Gilbert Lavoie and Thomas D'Muhala, former president of STURP, the collection has been digitized and an important new website has been created that finally gives everyone access to the Vern Miller photographs.The site is named and provides access to his black and white photographs, his color transparencies and negatives, the ultraviolet fluorescence and reflectance photographs he made and much more. Lavoie and Tom for taking the the time and effort to make this important Shroud resource available to everyone.Its title: 'Dating of the Turin Shroud: it all has to be redone' (la datazione della sacra sindone, tutto da rifare). - - Back in April 2019, I had a nice telephone conversation with writer Jane Stannus, during which I mentioned the publication of this paper.
It has been organized and will be moderated by Prof. Jane immediately recognized its importance, did some further research and wrote an article which was quickly picked up by the Catholic Herald UK.
Then, in 2017, French Shroud researcher Tristan Casabianca used the Freedom of Information Act in the United Kingdom that compelled the British Museum to finally release the long awaited data.