Tuesday, 18 July 2017
Carl Farness, recruited to the Patrol in 1980 and believing that US society has disintegrated quickly and obviously since the 1964 election, moves to New York in the 1930s;
Herbert Ganz likes to remain in the Berlin of the 1850s but will have to move elsewhere "'...before Western civilization begins self-destruction in earnest...'" -"The Sorrow of Odin the Goth" IN Time Patrol (Riverdale, NY, 2006), 1858, p. 400;
Unattached agent Shalten maintains a large, luxurious flat in Paris in the first decade of the twentieth century...
By contrast, Unattached agent Manse Everard, needing a base in the twentieth century, remains in the New York apartment to which he has become attached right through the 1950s, '60s and '70s and into the decay of the '80s. We last see Everard, in the twentieth century, in 1990.