You are all following our friend Tarja at @dollphotostories, right? Tales of mystery and murder... starring dolls!
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Hitman Revisited 1
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Twyla: Frankie told me that you found the bone. I'd like to hear more about it.
Nikki: Does that mean I get to be in the book?
Twyla: Yes, if your mother has no objections. I can use a different name for you in the book, if that makes it easier.
Nikki: No, if I get to be in the book, I want everybody to know about it. What's the point otherwise?
Jet: It should be fine, but I want to see all passages involving Nikki before the book is published.
Twyla: Of course. – So, Nikki, tell me all about it. Start with how you found the bone. I'll record our conversation, so I can be sure to get the facts right when I write about it.
Thanks to a tip from a long-time Flickr and Pinky-Street forum friend, I was recently, and quite unexpectedly, able to find my ULTIMATE GRAIL DOLLS: the Pinky Street Dekapins, Moe and Yoshiko!
The Dekapins were limited edition figures released exclusively at the Animate Expo in Japan in August 2004. During the height of Pinky popularity the secondary market prices, on the rare occasions when the figures turned up for sale, soared to stratospheric levels.
The prices have apparently ameliorated rather considerably. I’m still in shock over how inexpensive these were. I’m more in shock that I’m actually seeing Dekapins in person; and not just seeing them, but adding them to my collection!
This is just a quick photo snapped while inspecting them for shipping damage. Dekapins are said to be fragile, but they appear to be intact.