Never the Twains shall meet?

February 12, 2008


Blog Guy, I was so very interested in your recent Clone on the Throne? debate over whether the first  Queen Elizabeth may have a clone who is alive today.

I have written a similar book, about the cloning of author Mark Twain. It will be published this spring under the title “Making Your Mark,” and I expect it to ignite heated controversy.

Good to know. The Elizabeth post really did attract interest and comments, so if this is something my readers are interested in, I’m there.

Please, everyone, be on the lookout for signs that folks from the history books may have clones walking around today. In addition to Elizabeth I, Mark Twain and Mamie Eisenhower I now have a reported sighting of Genghis Khan showing up as a weekend TV weatherman in Indianapolis.  Keep ’em coming!

More stuff from Oddly Enough Blog


Cast member Donald Sutherland poses at the premiere of “Fool’s Gold” at the Grauman’s Chinese theatre in Hollywood, California January 30, 2008. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni


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Indianapolis, you say? That pretty much explains it.

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Looks like he really got a head of himself.

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