File puptcrit/puptcrit.0612, message 100

Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2006 13:12:52 -0500
Subject: Re: [Puptcrit] I am not Heather Henson... but i wouldn't

On Thu, Dec 14, 2006 at 09:04:25AM -0500, Klingelhoefer, Terri S wrote:
> I repeat I am not Heather Henson. I apologize to any Heather Henson's I
> may have unknowingly and without malice impersonated now and at any time
> in the past. :). If they feel the need to unknowingly and without malice
> impersonate me in the future then so be it!  I obviously owe them one.
> Almost famous in Ellettsville...
> Terri Klingelhoefer

It doesn't appear to be your fault, Terri.  I'm a UNIX systems support
specialist in my day job, and this got me very curious, so I tracked back
through the mail headers on two puptcrit messages that claimed to be
from Heather Henson and traced them to their source.

The first email is the mysterious copy of a message you sent to the list.
I saw in my puptcrit archives the version that came directly from you, 
as well as a second copy addressed from Heather Henson.  The second 
email I found is a copy of one that John Bell sent to the list on the Ken 
Feit thread.  Again John's original was in my archives as well as a copy 
addressed from Heather Henson.

I determined that both copies came from the same source computer, and 
based on the fact that the ISP they went through wouldn't serve your 
area or John Bell's area, but does seem to match up with Heather's own
email address, I'd have to guess that Heather or someone using her 
account accidentally copied those messages back to the list - perhaps 
hitting the wrong button or maybe intending to reply to them and having 
mail program troubles that sent them out before adding additional comments.

In any case, I'm 99.9% certain that neither you nor John did anything to
cause those Heather Henson addressed emails to show up on the list.

Hope this eases any worries you or anyone else might have.


Kevin Pittman         
Professional puppeteer and costume character performer
Specializing in fun, fairy tale style puppet shows, featuring
Personally designed, lovable and lifelike animal characters.
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