If you’ve ever listened to a vinyl record, you’ll realize that they offer a sound that just cannot be replicated on a CD or when downloaded. The raw noise behind the music and the voice of the singer is definitely not comparable to music that’s being released these days. Recently, a Reddit user posted a story about his brother. He stated that his brother is an avid vinyl record collector and will search through records at a music store looking for anything that piques his interest. While searching for old records, he found an old vinyl in a record shop, Nat King Cole Wild is Love. It seemed like a normal purchase, until he arrived home and opened the record. Just wait until you see what was inside.
When he opened the record, he found some amazing things inside to include clipped newspaper articles, photographs, and more.
In this picture, you’ll see a picture of DeForest Kelley taken while they were filming Fear In The Night in 1947.
One of DeForest Kelley’s co-stars in Fear in The Night was Ann Doran.
They had also cut out an article about DeForest Kelley from a magazine in 1947. This article talks about his military career and how he made the jump to being an actor.
This was an ad from a magazine where DeForest Kelley and Gail Russell can be seen modeling “Catalina Sweaters In A Gay Print”.
Another advertisement featuring DeForest Kelley, Diana Lynn, and Gail Russell. This time Kelley is modeling a turtle-neck Jantzen sweater.
Some very fascinating news articles about Star Trek, the actors, and more.
Here is an entire article about how DeForest Kelley’s haircut changed his life, helping him get the role as Dr. McCoy.
An autographed photo by DeForest Kelley. It reads, “To Clorine You’re a sweet heart! Your Cousin DeForest”.
And another autographed picture from DeForest Kelley reading, “For Clorine “My cute kissing cousin” With love and a kiss Deforest”.
This is quite an amazing find and it came about just from buying an old vinyl record in a record store. Could you imagine buying a record and finding all of these amazing pictures and autographs? This guy scored the jackpot, that’s for sure. I wonder if he ended up selling them or holding onto them until they were worth a little bit more money. I’m sure there are a lot of Star Trek fans out there that would pay top dollar for these.