I took this photo about 14 or 15 years ago inside the vaults of Britain's National Archive (which, at the time, was still called the Public Record Office).
Well, I used the photo in an article - on the British Government's UFO files - for a British-based UFO magazine around 98/99.
And what a controversy it caused!
Some paranoid lunatic sent a letter to the magazine claiming that "only government people are allowed in the vaults."
His near-inevitable conclusion: I was (and in Mr. Fool's mind, I probably still am!) working for the government.
Or "THEM," as they are known to one and all in Paranoia Land.
Had the idiot actually taken the time to check with me before firing off his letter, he would have learned that I was at the archives with the BBC - to film a documentary on UFOs and the British Government, and that the BBC had sought, and received, permission for us to film in the vaults.
Thus, a non-story was elevated to one in which I played a starring role as a "secret agent" of the Government - and all because I happened to take a photo in the vaults of the National Archive.
No wonder I sometimes despair of Ufology...