[Bell Historians] olympics

Andrew Higson andrew.higson at rWXcnzePup-GOOhZtSPXcVrxH9Z0weysqyaIoR-dnZWfErKdX5AQYpXlZiZSdR5FKHVf0ACZqs7EaQ1F5-Emx75DgUBplp_n.yahoo.invalid
Thu Feb 9 12:58:51 GMT 2012

I'm slightly surprised no one has speculated what the bell might sound like.

Andrew Higson
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From: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com [mailto:bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Robert Lewis
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At 22:21 08/02/2012, Richard wrote:
How do you know?

Sent from Richard Offen's iPhone

On 09/02/2012, at 1:10 AM, Richard Grimmett <richard at I9I_Cr1_NgRI11sm38T-o3inUsSZ7BLnxFHMLuEeqtW20MXw6ggG732IK9Zxa3ICAS5gCeOtX6zPsNDZgoo.yahoo.invalid<mailto:richard at ciM2yAHex8bkPKcl0as4yve6o0PUJymxToWqAT8He0li56O0lMponfd1FxEKpeU-7XG0mB1bv_1i.yahoo.invalid>> wrote:

Hung dead.


A very good question.

Maybe there is a 'mole' somewhere who is prepared to risk his job by leaking.

Or perhaps it is just a professional guess by an industry insider ...


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