First published in 1982 and marking thirty years of continuous publication, every issue is now available here on Shroud.com!As many of you know, we started publishing the newsletter in 1996 in the html format (as web pages) which were provided to us by a BSTS member.Of course, we will announce it on the website as soon as it is ready.The British Society for the Turin Shroud page of this website has been updated and now includes every issue published to date of this important newsletter (# 1 through # 75).That continues to be our plan and we will certainly do so in the future, but everyone, including Rex, agreed that Shroud Spectrum should have the highest priority and go online before Shroud News.You will find the first few Spectrum issues in our next update. was contacted earlier this year by Helmut Felzmann, German Shroud researcher and author, who asked if I would be willing to go to the University of Arizona Radiocarbon Dating Laboratory in Tucson, Arizona and make new photographs of the remaining samples they used to date the Shroud in 1988.It also gives us the opportunity to wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving, Merry Christmas and a joyous and healthy New Year. is very proud to announce that our current Index to Shroud Spectrum International page, online since 1997, will soon be upgraded to include the contents of all 42 issues of the only English language peer reviewed journal ever exclusively devoted to scientific and scholarly studies of the Shroud.Our next update is scheduled for January 21, 2013, which also marks our 17th Anniversary online! Published by Dorothy Crispino and her Indiana Center For Shroud Studies from 1981 through 1993, Shroud Spectrum International has only been available to those who were subscribers or who purchased a set after publication ceased. has received Dorothy's permission and will begin reprinting each issue starting in our next update on January 21, 2013, and will continue until they are all online in their entirety.
Items are listed with the most recent one first, and each article carries the posting date indicating when it was first uploaded.These newsletters provide a wonderful view of the history and evolution of Sindonology over the past thirty years.I think you will find them to be fascinating reading!to fund the travel and other expenses of the project and ultimately, I agreed to make the photographs as an official project of STERA, Inc., with the understanding that we would simply make the images available to researchers but would not participate directly in any research in which the images were used. Jull in his laboratory, I made a series of macro photographs of the remaining Shroud sample, along with the other reference samples that had been provided to the three dating laboratories in 1988.I am very pleased to announce that a detailed technical report and a representative sampling of the photographs are now available on this website in our official Report on the STERA, Inc.Please note that I have kept the compression of the images in the pdf file to a minimum so you can view and enlarge them well beyond 200% using the Adobe Acrobat Reader.