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    Love it :D Got to get myself down there at some point. I didn't think Elwyn was there anymore!? Either way you'd think he'd have given up after getting his teeth knocked out not long ago...

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    A year or so ago he got told by the Police that he had to stop as ironically he's the one actually breaking the law most of the time, and he stopped for a while, then he started again, got his teeth knocked out (never a good idea btw), prob stopped again, but I'm sure he'll be back. It's clearly a mental issue more than anything, and mental compulsions don't just go away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krela View Post
    A year or so ago he got told by the Police that he had to stop as ironically he's the one actually breaking the law most of the time, and he stopped for a while, then he started again, got his teeth knocked out (never a good idea btw), prob stopped again, but I'm sure he'll be back. It's clearly a mental issue more than anything, and mental compulsions don't just go away.
    There's still time to meet him then it seems :D Not that I'd deliberately try to wind him up, I've got a bit of a glass jaw and tend to go down like a sack of spuds if I'm clouted in the right place

    I've seen the Youtube videos - I think half the time if he just said "Please leave", most people would be like "Ok, we'll go". He's lucky he hasn't been done and had his dog put down considering everything that's happened over the years with the dog bites, spitting at people, smashing cameras, etc. He seriously needs people skills and some benzos prescribed to mellow him out! :D Seems to me like he has too much time on his hands more than anything else.
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    Yes he is back at Denbigh (elwyn) upto his old tricks again I belive when the hospital was open he was a porter there. And has taken it upon him self to look after it. And he does hold the key to the main gate..
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    You would think at 77 years old Elywn would be wanting to put his feet up not playing security guard.He was lucky when he got attacked he wasn't killed given his age. Read online that Denbigh Asylum is soon to change hands as the CPO goes though so Elywn might find himself no longer needed.

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    Elwyn, still breathing.... Amazing.

    Good job done there, thanks for the share.
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    I enjoyed the many reports on Denbigh and the comments about Elywn, I Do have some sympathy for him, he seems to believe that his mission is to protect the site even from folks who just want to look and take photo's, I feel krela is spot on with his comments, Elywn won't change because he can't and is best left unchallenged he can't walk away from a confrontation, we can and I would hate it if someone from our family harmed him.
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    Well said Smiler.

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    Thanks Boss, This old fart does sound off once in awhile but it's only sharing a lifetimes experience, I'd have thumped Elywn a few years ago and I would have bin wrong.
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    As you can see lol I like to make my little vids

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