In fact, ten years ago, to celebrate our 30th anniversary, I created a special tribute video that was shown at the 2008 Columbus, Ohio Shroud Conference.
Even sadder, since I produced that video, several more team members have passed, so their names are not included in the memorial at the end of the tribute.
Here is the link to A Tribute to the STURP Team - 1978-2008, which runs just under 15 minutes.
There were so many that we have compiled them all into a separate document which we are including here: Diana Fulbright Memorial.
I must also sadly report the passing of long time Shroud scholar and researcher Dr. Whanger, 87, of Durham, North Carolina, at the Duke University Medical Center on October 21, 2017, after a brief illness.
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On one occasion when I was in Jerusalem with the ESSJ expedition Alan tracked me down and asked me to conduct botanical experiments on his behalf with flowers in a tomb complex.
I also sourced for him the mighty botanical encyclopaedia of the Middle East.
Her passing leaves a void that will not be easily filled and she will be sorely missed by all that knew her.
Here is a link to her Official Obituary in the At the news of Diana's passing, we received an outpouring of comments and condolences from many noted Shroud scholars and researchers around the world who knew Diana and wanted to share their stories and comments with us.
Archbishop Cesare Nosiglia illustrates the program together with don Roberto Gottardo (center), President of the Diocesan Commission for the Shroud, and Fr. Click above photo for link to original news article (in Italian) On November 21, 2017, it was announced that Pope Francis approved the suggestion by Archbishop Cesare Nosiglia, the Archbishop of Turin, to allow a special exhibition of the Shroud exclusively for the pilgrimage of young people in August 2018.
On August 9 and 10, young people from the 17 dioceses of Piedmont and Valle d'Aosta will arrive in Turin.
As you scroll down through the page, you can review the items that were added this year in chronological order.