The following collection of miscellaneous images was compiled by Yours Truly over a number of years. I will continue to add to it as time permits and fancy dictates. (Articles beginning Mr ‐ ie Mister ‐ are indexed as M-R not M-I).

To The Women’s Page (additional images)

2018 Age

African magic – sadly, not a cartoon. I believe this was forwarded to me by Tony Hancock.


A Comment On Socialism

I thought about adding this to the Cartoon Gallery, but it belongs here as a life lesson.


Al Stewart

Although his name does not appear on the above ticket, Al supported Chris de Burgh at Crystal Palace, June 15, 1985

Al Stewart at the Royal Festival Hall, April 24, 1991

Al Stewart & Peter White, Dominion Theatre, March 29, 1992

Al Stewart, Jazz Cafe, February 28, 2001

Al Stewart at Fairfield Halls, Croydon, October 24, 2013

Al Stewart at Cadogan Hall, October 9, 2019 – ticket

Al Stewart at Cadogan Hall, October 20, 2022 – ticket


Brian Micklethwait (1947-2021)

Brandon ‐ a ticket for a play I saw with the CCU crowd.

Al on Brighton Pier, July 21, 2016
Al on Brighton Pier, July 21, 2016 (unedited)

Archiving request from the British Library.

Bawla Grading Award ‐ not the only award I received at Highpoint!

Boarding pass for the Tehran Holocaust Conference


Brighton, August 2, 2018

Three of the photographs below were published originally on Facebook:

Brighton Pier – ABBA marker. Yes, I am a big fan, have been since I heard Waterloo

Brighton Pier – Jimmy Page marker.

With the Max Miller statue in the centre of Brighton; it has been moved temporarily to accommodate building works.


Brighton, August 3, 2020

Banana milkshake.

The same banana milkshake – I had two with this meal.

On the beach.

King Canute!


British UFO Society meeting, November 1, 1981
The above ticket is slightly larger than A7. Yes, I am not ashamed to admit that I was a member. I must have been enthusiastic too because I was living in Leeds at the time.


Calling Out Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez



Above: The website of the Radio Times republishes my description of the False Rape Timeline video on compulsive liar Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez from IMDb.


Chris Tame and the Libertarian Alliance

Chris R. Tame (1949-2006) – 1

[These three practically identical photos of Chris were taken by myself at his FOREST office. I can’t remember the date but I should imagine it was circa 1992.]

Chris R. Tame – 2
Chris R. Tame – 3

[I was fairly certain the three photos below were taken at a meeting held at the Institute Of Economic Affairs; this was confirmed by Sean Gabb, who dated them circa 1991.]

Chris R. Tame – 4
Chris R. Tame – 5
Chris R. Tame – 6

[An additional photo, taken if I recall correctly at a different meeting at the IEA.]

Chris R. Tame (in background) with Lord Harris – 7

See also memoir

Jake Hornberger – American Libertarian – at an LA meeting, circa 1994
Jake Hornberger (2)
Jake Hornberger (3)
Jake Hornberger (4)
Jake Hornberger with Chris Tame

James Le Fanu at a Libertarian Alliance meeting

Professor Antony Flew (1923-2010) – 1
Professor Flew – 2

I was saddened to learn of the death of Professor Flew on April 13; I received the news in a routine mailing from Sean Gabb; he died on April 8. I can’t profess to have known him well but he was probably the only Englishman I ever met who had actually visited Nazi Germany, which was qualification enough for him to be targeted on one occasion by the odious Searchlight gang.

I can’t remember when or where precisely I took the two photographs above, probably the early 1990s and definitely at a Libertarian Alliance conference in London. I had the odd correspondence with him over the years but hadn’t seen him for some considerable time before his death. I can’t say his conversion from lifelong atheist to a form of deism shocked me; he was not only a philosopher but an honest man, and would have had no hesitation at all in changing his mind if he realised (or believed in this case) that something he believed in was incorrrect.


Robert Whelan at a Libertarian Alliance meeting, circa 1994


City & Guilds IT pass level 1.


Comment On Cosby

The comments below were published in 2016. Pick a date.


Crystal Palace Park circa 1992

The Lake (1)
The Lake (2)

The Park (1)
The Park (2)


Dennis Bardens (1911-2004), photographed by Alexander Baron circa July 1992.


Disability Card




I scanned this some time ago but hadn’t intended to publish it. It became an issue in 1996-7 due to a little shit of a pig (a member of our wonderful police force).

I won’t go into the reasons for that here, but it became an issue again, of sorts, this week, after some on-line banter with that creep and moron Larry O’Hara. Suffice it to say, I hope it gives him considerable pleasure to know that I have not had a day entirely free from pain since October 1988. That is the only bona fide reason he and his ilk have ever been or will ever be able to laugh at my expense.

June 27, 2012


Drawing of an aircraft


I was given this drawing by mistake while scanning a large tranche of unrelated drawings. The person who gave it to me said he didn’t know or couldn’t remember who had drawn it; he used it while he was learning. It was added here February 5, 2022. It is probably at least forty years old.


Edward Goldsmith (1928-2009), photograph by Alexander Baron

Eh? This is the cover of a tape put out by Andrew Savage in 1989. For the full background to this and the sad story of my music non-career, the reader is referred to the Music Section.

Eurasian Collective Guild London, January 2019

Eurasian Collective Guild


Ethan Hagler & Zero Views

Re the above, these are screengrabs from YouTube channels. I found the second one on May 26, 2020 when I was surfing, looking for nothing in particular. It is included here simply because it has no views at all, something I found difficult to believe. I can see no reason for it to have been shadow banned.

I found the first one in July 2020. A young white kid named Ethan Hagler in the Deep South was the victim of a gratuitous attack by a thug, literally for no reason. I wrote an article about the case, and found this channel. Is this kid the Ethan Hagler? Probably not. Like the second image, it is included because of the appallingly low views. And because it makes me feel good!


Fake Crocodile

I found the two amazing photographs below in a UK newspaper, June 2016. The first especially looks like a crocodile. In London? No!


Felisa Westermann

German blonde Felisa Westermann at the 2022 World Series Of Poker shows a woman can be enchanting without taking her clothes off.


Freedom Under Socialism? ‐ advertisments from Amazon


I found the two adverts below in early July 2019. Nice to see my magnum opus is being traded. Even though it has been available for free download since November 2009!


Galahad at the Marquee.

Gary Stretch, photograph signed to Alexandra ‐ great boxer, and a nice guy. I really would have liked to see him become world champion, but he went on to carve out a career in films, so I doubt he is too bothered the way things turned out.

Gary Stretch at the London Arena.


George Weiss circa 1993


George Weiss ‐ Captain Rainbow
George Weiss with a supporter (1)
George Weiss with a supporter (2)

George Weiss with friends/supporters (1)
George Weiss with friends/supporters (2)
George Weiss with friends/supporters (3)
George Weiss with friends/supporters (4)
George Weiss with friends/supporters (5)

George Weiss at home (1)
George Weiss at home (2)
George Weiss at home (3)
George Weiss at home (4)

George Weiss ‐ Captain Rainbow poster


Google Visitor’s Pass, January 15, 2020

Great White concert, September 4, 1991

Halley’s Comet certificate, December 18, 1985

Harris Suite, Stamford Bridge, January 31, 2014

Helen Chamberlain’s Ladbrokes profile
Although I’ve always liked blondes, this small photograph and related profile appeals to me for aesthethic rather than sexual reasons.


Hospital Visits


Hospital visit, October 20, 2015 ‐ 1
Hospital visit, October 20, 2015 ‐ 2

Re the above, I don’t usually grin like this, like Ritchie Blackmore I think smiling once a day is enough, but unlike him I’m not married to the most beautiful woman who ever lived, so for me once a day is clearly far too often. However, the guy I was visiting – one of my site sponsors – had just suffered a stroke; he is also five years younger than me and didn’t want his kids to know where he was. Whether or not I brought a little sunshine into his life, he would shortly discharge himself against medical advice. At the time of writing – November 2015 – he appears to be holding up.

The two photographs below are of Yours Truly visiting the same guy in a different hospital. The exact date eludes me but it was early February. I keep telling him to slow down, but will he listen?

Hospital visit, February 2019 ‐ 1
Hospital visit, February 2019 ‐ 2

The two photographs below were taken as dated. We took one of the two of us together, but he was in such a shocking state I decided not to publish it. This is getting beyond a joke; I’ve actually visited him in four different hospitals now, and he has been in more than that.

Wexham Hospital, February 20, 2020 ‐ 1
Wexham Hospital, February 20, 2020 ‐ 2

Re the above comment, see entry for Paul Todd below.


Hugo Cornwall


Hugo Cornwall (1)
Hugo Cornwall (2)
Hugo Cornwall (3)
Hugo Cornwall (4)
Hugo Cornwall’s bookshelf


Real Women

Click here for photos related to the poem In Snowdonia

Iran ‐ USA (comparison re involvement in war)

Jekyll by Hyde (All you need to know is it was taken March 19, 2019)

Jekyll by Hyde (A big improvement, April 30, 2019)

Jessie Gilbert (1987-2006)
See also memoir

Joe Satriani concert ticket. I found the above in a suitcase, September 2015. I realise this was the best part of two decades ago but I have absolutely no recollection of seeing Satriani then or ever, and I’m sure I would if I had.

Jonathan Bowden (1962-2012)
See also obituary

Joyce Singha-Ghosh

Joyce was a contributor to Digital Journal. She was also the person who put me on to Wikinut; after I started writing for The Latest News I decided to return the favour. I was shocked to learn of her death.


Kate Doesn’t Like Me

I found the above image on October 11, 2016, filed it away, and forgot about it. I found the image below on April 27, 2020. This time I archived the page. The speech in question can be found here. Suffice it to say I have never heard from the complainant.


Lady Birdwood

&nbdp; Lady Jane Birdwood (1913-2000) at the Notting Hill Carnival ‐ 1
Lady Birdwood ‐ 1 (higher resolution)
Lady Birdwood ‐ 2
Lady Birdwood ‐ 3
Lady Birdwood ‐ 4

Click here for the Birdwood interviews


Morris Riley (1945-2001)
Click here for Morris Riley obituary

Outside the bank The above photograph appeared in the May 1991 issue of Management Today; it was given or sold to the magazine by a fellow NUJ member without my knowledge, and probably without knowing who took it. There is a long story behind this, but even today this affair is something that leaves a bad taste in my mouth, like so many of my journalistic/researching and publishing misadventures. It is published here solely because it is the first and most likely only photograph I have ever had published or will ever have published in a major national magazine.


Maple Road, Penge circa 1992


Metro Cars ‐ opposite Penge Library
Penge Library ‐ opposite Metro Cars
The Fat Controller


Mark Taha


Mark Taha with “The Greatest”

Mark Taha at a demonstration.
The above is actually a screengrab from a news video. The demonstration was held outside Pentonville Prison in March 2014.

Mark Taha at the London Old Boys’ Book Club ‐ 2008 (1)
Mark Taha at the London Old Boys’ Book Club ‐ 2008 (2)

With Mark Taha (includes explanatory text)

Mark Taha, February 9, 2024
The above is Mark looking his usual elegant self. Sadly, this photograph was taken en route to our visiting Goodman in a Redhill hospice.


Mind Sports Olympiad


Alexandra Palace ‐ one of the poker tournaments at the Mind Sports; Harold Lee is nearest the camera; Yours Truly is in green with hands on hips.

Mind Sports Candidate Master, August 29, 1999.


New Year Mini-Gallery

Click here for the above


No Parking By Order Of God


Paris – June 1992

The three photographs below were taken in Paris by Yours Truly on June 27, 1992 with my £99 camera at some French institute, the name of which I have long since forgotten

Laura Pérez ‐ 1
Laura Pérez ‐ 2
Laura Pérez ‐ 3

Outside the Bibliothèque Nationale ‐ the National Library of France
The Bibliothèque Nationale
Eiffel Tower ‐ near distance (1)
Eiffel Tower ‐ near distance (2)
View from the Eiffel Tower ‐ 1
View from the Eiffel Tower ‐ 2
View from the Eiffel Tower ‐ 3
View from the Eiffel Tower ‐ 4
View from beneath the Eiffel Tower
I thought the pyramids were in Egypt!
Sooty and Sweep take the Metro!
Taken en route to the Eiffel Tower


Paul Todd (1961-2022)

We may look like a couple of queer lovebirds in the above photograph but it was taken with his mobile phone on his hospital bed. I met Paul through his father, who died in 2015 at a fairly advanced age.

This photograph, which I believe is the only one of the two of us together, was taken at Wexham Hospital on March 6, 2020. This was the fourth hospital in which I had visited him in the past few years, the other three were all in London, and he spent at least one night in another one up north. Paul was my first site sponsor, in particular he registered and paid for the Michael Stone website domain from May 2003. (I would later pick up another sponsor who although considerably older than me is still alive).

I was informed of his death last night by his devoted son this morning. My thoughts with Oliver and his sister.

March 9, 2022.

Two more photographs below added April 12, 2022

Paul with his dog who predeceased him

Paul Todd, obituary.


Piers Merchant – one of the very best – with his loyal wife. Click here for more about Piers.

Rauchen Verboten! – the war on smoking, early 1990s

Reservoir Dog (1)
Reservoir Dog (2)
Reservoir Dog (3)


My favourite photograph of the legendary Ritchie Blackmore; more can be found in The Candice Night Gallery

Say NO to White GeNOcide!

Shocking Bad Beat – for background (and a happier story) click here.

Simon Wolff (1957-95) – 1

Simon Wolff was Senior Lecturer in Toxicology at University College London. I can’t remember the date I interviewed him, but my slightly whimsical Smoking And Something Else – which was based on this interview – was published in 1993. I ran into him again sometime later at Victoria Station. In the Summer of 2008 I had dug out some old photographs to scan for this site, including these three. I had intended to send him the originals, but a search on Google revealed – to my shock and horror – that he had died as long ago as 1995. I can’t profess to have known him at all well but he was a genuinely nice guy whose work lives on in the Simon Wolff Charitable Foundation. (The Foundation was wound up on March 30, 2017).

I asked him to pose for these photographs; in the second two, his computer is switched off!

Simon Wolff – 2
Simon Wolff – 3

Skylarks, June 1982

Click here for a larger scan.




Spell Number 7 – I remember going to a play about this time, but nothing about either the subject matter or the venue.

Songfacts Calendar

Over the years I have contributed probably hundreds of entries to the Songfacts Calendar. Those below were published precisely as they were submitted.



These are photos of Yours Truly speaking.

May 28, 2005

May 28, 2005

September 17, 2005

Click here for December 18, 2010

The Extremists Club – April 26, 2016

Addressing the Club

Facebook announcement for the above.



The Greatest, from Fab 208, August 13, 1966, page 18


The Balfour Declaration (see this article).

THE LAW SOCIETY IS BENT – taken outside the High Court

The Louvre – from my 1992 visit





The False Rape Timeline gets noticed

From A Voice For Men

From Reddit

From Twitter

From A Legal Site





The Spook’s Calling Card

Tehran – Alexander Baron, the one and only
Tehran – someone called Barron!

The Trees – I could have added this to the Cartoon Gallery but it seems more appropriate here.

Tom Caldwell (1944-94) – 1

Tom Caldwell and his colleague Kate Millson (see below) worked for Catford Centre for the Unemployed, which I used for a number of years from the mid-80s. I found it by chance while I was fly pitching in Catford (the things I’ve done to try to make a crust). An obituary of sorts for Tom can be found in my magnum opus beginning at page 137.

Tom Caldwell obituary

Click here for my contribution to the CCU 1989-90 Annual Report (PDF).

Tom Caldwell – 2
Tom Caldwell – 3
Tom Caldwell – 4

Kate Millson – friend and colleague of Tom Caldwell.


Wear it with pride

My long sleeve casual shirt and Duran hat arrived January 24, 2023; the above photograph was taken the same day.

Weird! The above image from my hard disk was created November 10, 2019, late at night. Apparently computers can now read the future!


With Black Gen Z Mindset

The second most important black American voice on YouTube.


With Nicolas Leroy

Not the most amazing of selfies but this is a guy I had to meet. Nicolas Leroy is a Paul McCartney superfan. Check out his amazing website The Paul McCartney Project. He lives in Grenoble, a 2,000+ km round trip, but when he told me he would be in London on business for several days in May 2022, I suggested we meet up at the British Library. This was taken on May 19 in the Newsroom where I was going through Melody Maker for 1972. The paper ceased publication at the end of 2000, but his research is ongoing. And fortunately, he speaks the lingua franca of the Universe like a native, which made communication easy.


Why The Slut Shaming Double Standard Exists...

Wishbone Ash concert ticket

World Title Fight ticket, July 19, 1986 – the less said about this, the better.


“Your DNA will be your data.”


Yours Truly, January 6, 2023.

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