I recently found an interview that I did with Ralph in 2012. I’d actually forgotten about it. We were sitting at his kitchen table chatting and things got interesting, so I turned on my (digital) Walkman. We had been talking about Panna Grady, and that’s what I wanted to get out of him. But he also talked about Olson’s research during the period of his disappearance from London – research in the Dorset maritime museum – and about the Feinberg declaration. It is a nice supplement to the bit about Olson’s time in London in Olson at the Harbour, and #67 of the Minutes.