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Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

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Re: Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

Post by fossey on 23.06.14 1:54

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How right you are. I wonder what was going through his mind.

Fame AND Fortune.

He just clocked all the M Charity Boxes stuffed with notes too.

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Sunset Mass at Our Lady of the Light...

Post by missbeetle on 23.06.14 3:05



Gerry and Kate both in pale green.

Gerry in - natch - a polo shirt.


Kate has her single helix gold earrings on.

She carries Cuddle Cat and Green Toy, a sheaf of white papers and a large burning white candle.

The flowers she holds look like wild marjoram, and there's even a yellow daisy by her left hip.

Thank you, Praia, for bringing us your beautician friend's opinion on Kate's make-up.


Brother Ze Love's surplice defies my interpretations at present.

Though I wonder if those are transition lens spectacles he is wearing?
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Re: Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

Post by missbeetle on 01.07.14 23:48

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Baby has a yellow string bracelet around his right wrist.

To ward off the evil eye?
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Re: Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

Post by ultimaThule on 02.07.14 1:38

If that's one of 'Father' Hubbard's progeny no bracelet has the power to cast off the evil eye but, in any event, he looks like the outcome of one of Boris Becker's forays in the broom cupboard, in which case he could be a future Wimbledon champion.... well done, little lad   big grin
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Re: Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

Post by Guest on 02.07.14 10:12

No Fate Worse Than De'Ath wrote:http://www.gerrymccannsblogs.co.uk/K/k7.jpg

He appears to be the same size (and age?) as the twins in this picture.

Master Hubbard seems to have the same talent as the McCann children to age in mysterious ways. He would have been less than six months old in the above photo but looks like a close contemporary of the twins.

Oh yes, memories of Boris's broom cupboard escapade; the child was the image of him!
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Onward Christian Soldiers...

Post by missbeetle on 03.07.14 23:50

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(photograph from Algarve Resident article, dated November 15th, 2007)

The honorary chaplain to the Royal British Legion, Father Haynes Hubbard also blesses a new British Legion Standard.
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The Vicar's Family's Cat...

Post by missbeetle on 22.07.14 3:39

REV HAYNES HUBBARD AND SUSAN HUBBARD

FATHER HAYNES HUBBARD AND SUSAN HUBBARD
Anglican priest at church of Nossa Senhora da Luz (Our Lady of the Light) in Praia da Luz and his wife, Susan, have become close friends and confidants of McCanns. Members of St. Vincent's Anglican Church welcomed the Rev. Haynes Hubbard on May 6th when he arrived at Faro Airport after a 20 hour journey from his native Canada with his family and pet cat. Rev Haynes Hubbard was born in Norfolk and his wife Susan speaks Portuguese and Spanish

(snipped from Pamalam at Gerry McCann's Blogs, with thanks)

He's a kind fellow, bringing his cat over to Portugal with him in 2007.

I wonder if it was the same cat the family had shipped/flown back to Canada?



(snipped from Community Midwives of Kingston online page)

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Re: Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

Post by j.rob on 22.07.14 11:34

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Followed up by a family barbeque...!

Anyone would think Gerald had just won the lottery.

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Re: Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

Post by HelenMeg on 22.07.14 11:46

@j.rob wrote:
@missbeetle wrote:" />" />

Followed up by a family barbeque...!

Anyone would think Gerald had just won the lottery.
Yes its a really genuine 'up to the eyes' smile..things are going well for him that day

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Gerry McCann and the lottery of life...

Post by missbeetle on 22.07.14 22:33

Gerry does indeed look as if all his dreams have come true...

...but check out that hand reaching towards him, that hand that will then grab his arm...



The hand belongs to the fellow in the green granddad shirt and grubby jeans...

...pictured here behind Kate's left shoulder.

I wonder if perhaps she feels like throwing salt at him?

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Re: Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

Post by HelenMeg on 23.07.14 10:12

@missbeetle wrote:Gerry does indeed look as if all his dreams have come true...

...but check out that hand reaching towards him, that hand that will then grab his arm...



The hand belongs to the fellow in the green granddad shirt and grubby jeans...

...pictured here behind Kate's left shoulder.

I wonder if perhaps she feels like throwing salt at him?
Your beady beetle eyes are at it again - you are so astute regarding these photos - how do you know he grabs the arm? Do you have the follow on photo that I can look at?

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The grubby-jeaned grabber...

Post by missbeetle on 23.07.14 10:28



Here you go, HelenMeg.

It's an arresting picture, isn't it?

Red balloons and all...

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Re: Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

Post by Guest on 23.07.14 11:02

Just a sympathetic stranger I think, offering a hand in friendship and support.

I wonder what he thinks now.
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Characters in the background...

Post by missbeetle on 23.07.14 11:31

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Here we have, at far left, church helper Fernanda Nascimento - with Mrs Susan Hubbard, midwife.

'Nascimento' I understand to mean nativity, or birth...

I wonder if she is Dr Fernanda Nascimento, Vice President of the Portuguese Catholic Doctors' Association?

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Re: Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

Post by PeterMac on 23.07.14 11:54

@j.rob wrote:
@missbeetle wrote:" />" />

Followed up by a family barbeque...!

Anyone would think Gerald had just won the lottery.


And to put it all in its proper context, this is a description of that day from the Truthful Book.

"The Mark Warner staff had brought over stacks of food for us. The men organized a barbecue and there was wine and beer. We ate mostly in silence, concentrating on the kids. I couldn’t eat much, and alcohol was completely off my agenda. Fiona recalls that Gerry and I were completely shut down that day, barely able to talk, and although our friends tried to remain cheerful and behave normally to get us through it, they all felt awkward about being at this lovely villa, in the sunshine, in these circumstances. There was no cake. Gerry did attempt a toast but he was visibly upset and couldn’t manage much more than ‘I can’t even say happy birthday to my daughter . . .’ before choking up. The physical loss was more intense than ever. I ached for Madeleine."

And the photo proves it !

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Re: Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

Post by Guest on 23.07.14 13:18

@PeterMac wrote:
@j.rob wrote:
@missbeetle wrote:" />" />

Followed up by a family barbeque...!

Anyone would think Gerald had just won the lottery.


And to put it all in its proper context, this is a description of that day from the Truthful Book.

"The Mark Warner staff had brought over stacks of food for us. The men organized a barbecue and there was wine and beer. We ate mostly in silence, concentrating on the kids. I couldn’t eat much, and alcohol was completely off my agenda. Fiona recalls that Gerry and I were completely shut down that day, barely able to talk, and although our friends tried to remain cheerful and behave normally to get us through it, they all felt awkward about being at this lovely villa, in the sunshine, in these circumstances. There was no cake. Gerry did attempt a toast but he was visibly upset and couldn’t manage much more than ‘I can’t even say happy birthday to my daughter . . .’ before choking up. The physical loss was more intense than ever. I ached for Madeleine."

And the photo proves it !
How negligent of the MW crew, not to bring a free cake as well
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Re: Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

Post by aquila on 23.07.14 13:24

@Portia wrote:
@PeterMac wrote:
@j.rob wrote:
@missbeetle wrote:" />" />

Followed up by a family barbeque...!

Anyone would think Gerald had just won the lottery.


And to put it all in its proper context, this is a description of that day from the Truthful Book.

"The Mark Warner staff had brought over stacks of food for us. The men organized a barbecue and there was wine and beer. We ate mostly in silence, concentrating on the kids. I couldn’t eat much, and alcohol was completely off my agenda. Fiona recalls that Gerry and I were completely shut down that day, barely able to talk, and although our friends tried to remain cheerful and behave normally to get us through it, they all felt awkward about being at this lovely villa, in the sunshine, in these circumstances. There was no cake. Gerry did attempt a toast but he was visibly upset and couldn’t manage much more than ‘I can’t even say happy birthday to my daughter . . .’ before choking up. The physical loss was more intense than ever. I ached for Madeleine."

And the photo proves it !
How negligent of the MW crew, not to bring a free cake as well
Lovely to see a photo of Madeleine being held over a cake that was almost definitely for the twins' birthday. Not a picture of Madeleine blowing out candles on her own birthday cake. Just a photo of Madeleine being held over a kitchen counter being held away from a cake. A photograph released by the McCanns.

Portia, indeed, how remiss of MW to be so insensitive.

....if I knew you were coming I'd have baked a cake....

Kate and cakes.
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Re: Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

Post by HelenMeg on 23.07.14 15:11

@missbeetle wrote:

Here you go, HelenMeg.

It's an arresting picture, isn't it?

Red balloons and all...
Thanks Miss Beetle

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Re: Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

Post by aquila on 23.07.14 15:17

@HelenMeg wrote:
@missbeetle wrote:

Here you go, HelenMeg.

It's an arresting picture, isn't it?

Red balloons and all...
Thanks Miss Beetle
Have I missed something here?

All I see at the moment are lots of photographs with odd inferences. Forgive me if I'm not intelligent enough to understand the point of all of this.

What is the use of inferences? why not just say what you have to say?
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Re: Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

Post by HelenMeg on 23.07.14 15:23

@aquila wrote:
@HelenMeg wrote:
@missbeetle wrote:

Here you go, HelenMeg.

It's an arresting picture, isn't it?

Red balloons and all...
Thanks Miss Beetle
Have I missed something here?

All I see at the moment are lots of photographs with odd inferences. Forgive me if I'm not intelligent enough to understand the point of all of this.

What is the use of inferences? why not just say what you have to say?
I have become rather intrigued by Miss Beetle. I am a fan.I enjoy reading the posts and inferences made. They amuse me.
I have just spent 20 mins looking through some posts of Miss Beetle.
Wonder where all the inferences are leading too - and yesterday I even thought Miss beetle had an agenda of leading us somewhere interesting...
Whatever, I am enjoying the posts and am certain that Miss Beetle is not female.

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Re: Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

Post by aquila on 23.07.14 15:26

@HelenMeg wrote:
@aquila wrote:
@HelenMeg wrote:
@missbeetle wrote:

Here you go, HelenMeg.

It's an arresting picture, isn't it?

Red balloons and all...
Thanks Miss Beetle
Have I missed something here?

All I see at the moment are lots of photographs with odd inferences. Forgive me if I'm not intelligent enough to understand the point of all of this.

What is the use of inferences? why not just say what you have to say?
I have become rather intrigued by Miss Beetle. I am a fan.I enjoy reading the posts and inferences made. They amuse me.
I have just spent 20 mins looking through some posts of Miss Beetle.
Wonder where all the inferences are leading too - and yesterday I even thought Miss beetle had an agenda of leading us somewhere interesting...
Whatever, I am enjoying the posts and am certain that Miss Beetle is not female.
Well as long as it's amusing then eh?
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Re: Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

Post by HelenMeg on 23.07.14 17:41

@aquila wrote:
@HelenMeg wrote:
@aquila wrote:
@HelenMeg wrote:
@missbeetle wrote:

Here you go, HelenMeg.

It's an arresting picture, isn't it?

Red balloons and all...
Thanks Miss Beetle
Have I missed something here?

All I see at the moment are lots of photographs with odd inferences. Forgive me if I'm not intelligent enough to understand the point of all of this.

What is the use of inferences? why not just say what you have to say?
I have become rather intrigued by Miss Beetle. I am a fan.I enjoy reading the posts and inferences made. They amuse me.
I have just spent 20 mins looking through some posts of Miss Beetle.
Wonder where all the inferences are leading too - and yesterday I even thought Miss beetle had an agenda of leading us somewhere interesting...
Whatever, I am enjoying the posts and am certain that Miss Beetle is not female.
Well as long as it's amusing then eh?
No sorry - I gave the wrong impression by saying that... I do enjoy seeing the comments made about the photos and the highly astute observations that Miss Beetle makes. I have never looked or noticde the figures in the backgrounds of the photos yet they could indeed end up telling us something highly significant.   That is where I think Miss Beetle adds something new.
It is NOT  about being simply amusing, but at the same time she does make me smile sometimes which I appreciate as this case is so highly frustrating.

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Re: Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

Post by Newintown on 23.07.14 17:45

@PeterMac wrote:
@j.rob wrote:
@missbeetle wrote:" />" />

Followed up by a family barbeque...!

Anyone would think Gerald had just won the lottery.


And to put it all in its proper context, this is a description of that day from the Truthful Book.

"The Mark Warner staff had brought over stacks of food for us. The men organized a barbecue and there was wine and beer. We ate mostly in silence, concentrating on the kids. I couldn’t eat much, and alcohol was completely off my agenda. Fiona recalls that Gerry and I were completely shut down that day, barely able to talk, and although our friends tried to remain cheerful and behave normally to get us through it, they all felt awkward about being at this lovely villa, in the sunshine, in these circumstances. There was no cake. Gerry did attempt a toast but he was visibly upset and couldn’t manage much more than ‘I can’t even say happy birthday to my daughter . . .’ before choking up. The physical loss was more intense than ever. I ached for Madeleine."

And the photo proves it !

It's my feeling that there was no cake for Madeleine from her Mummy and Daddy on ANY BIRTHDAY, as she didn't live with them but had been farmed out to a family member or foster parents and K & G never attended any of her birthdays, hence there being no photos of a family get together on any of Madeleine's birthdays, and the photoshopped photo of Madeleine supposedly blowing out the candles on the twins' birthday cake was released to show she was part of the family (which she most probably wasn't).

The PJ must have had some knowledge of Madeleine's family history when they asked those questions of KM who refused to answer any of them.

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Re: Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

Post by Guest on 23.07.14 19:19

Newintown - I've just had a revelation moment reading your post regarding MBM living elsewhere.  Do you think this is why she was made a WOC by the parents?

ETA: the WOC issue is a puzzle to me but makes sense if MBM was looked after by a family member/foster parents.
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Post by Newintown on 23.07.14 19:28

Ladyinred wrote:Newintown - I've just had a revelation moment reading your post regarding MBM living elsewhere.  Do you think this is why she was made a WOC by the parents?

I'm not sure about why Madeleine was made a WOC but my first thought when I heard about it was because if Madeleine was ever found that the McCanns would not be deemed suitable parents for Madeleine to be returned to (looking at the circumstances when she was "lost") and she would be held in the hands of the Court and given to foster parents etc, especially if she was already in foster care when she went on holiday with them but it has now been spun (by who I don't know) that it was because the McCanns wanted to get their hands on the unpublished files etc, etc, blah, blah, blah.

As I've said many times, whatever the McCanns say you can always take the opposite as being the truth.   smilie

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