We’ve come along way with this investigation. Today we focus on the owner of the Reel-To-Reel recorder, Ken Cooper, as we go from barely knowing anything about him, to discovering a great deal. Hopefully there’ll be a final part, in which we get to chat with some of the people who were on this recording, made 55 years old, but for now, here’s the penultimate instalment of our reel-to-reel based mystery.
Continuing the investigation into a mysterious reel-to-reel tape recording from the 1960/70s. Does the tape belong to the late Ken Cooper, father of the late David Cooper? Will Steven Mainprize reply to my email and provide us with valuable information? And is Private Frazer a red herring?
Part four of our investigation to track down the people involved in a 1960s/70s reel-to-reel tape recording. Yesterday, we uncovered a major clue, in the form of some names. One of the names was Steven Mainprize. A Google search led to a couple of possible matches, one of which was Stephen Mainprize, owner of Mainprize Upholstery. So today, I gave that Steven Mainprize a call, and this is what happened.
Following on from the last two Dollops, our investigation continues, as we try and track down the people involved in an old reel-to-reel tape recording which has accidentally ended up in my possession.