What is a piece of lost media not even the internet can recover?? by QuestionGuy September 20, 2021, 5:56 am What is a piece of lost media not even the internet can recover?? What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote AskAskMeInternetlostmediapieceQuestion and AnswerRecover See more Previous article Create Library In Angular 12 – Search Highlighter | Geekstrick Next article 5 Habits of Great Software Development Teams 25 Comments Leave a Reply The lost BBC episodes of Doctor Who Log in to Reply The footage of me zipping by on a motorcycle taxi during a newscast. The only redhead in town. And I got caught ditching school because of it. My host family was way less than pleased but I would so love that video. Log in to Reply My MySpace page. I hope. Log in to Reply My grandparents were in the background of a local commercial for a country club back in the early 90s. I was taking golf lessons, and because my dad was in the hospital for hernia surgery, my grandparents took me. While I was at my lesson, they waited in the Clubhouse. The guy in charge of the ad asked if they wouldn’t mind being in the background, and they would pay for their lunch. So they agreed. Everytime I saw that ad running on TV, I made sure to look for them. I asked a friend who used to work for the TV station who produced the ad how far back their commercial archives went. Anything that far back was in a storage unit somewhere else. And that country club doesn’t exist anymore. Log in to Reply The real audio of the Grizzly Man bear attack. The suicide of news anchor Christine Chubbuck. Log in to Reply The Werewolf (1913), the first werewolf film made. All known copies were destroyed in a fire. Log in to Reply the 1890 U.S. Census. Log in to Reply did we ever find donald trumps interview with oprah 25th of April, 1988? I remember there was a significant bounty on the full interview. Log in to Reply That one porn video you saw at like 3am over a decade ago and have never been able to locate again. Log in to Reply Robotech the Macross Saga Log in to Reply Mt Gox accounts… Log in to Reply The death of Steve Irwin Log in to Reply Lon Chaney’s movie “After Midnight” Supposedly all copies are lost. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London_After_Midnight_(film)](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London_After_Midnight_(film)) Log in to Reply Owen Hart’s live death on WWE. The WWE completely erased that video from existence at the request of Owen Hart’s family and you aren’t going to find it anywhere on the internet. Log in to Reply Surprised no one answered with this, but the majority of old black and white films were destroyed in a fire. There were no copies. We have a very small number left. Safe to say the ones that were burned are not recoverable. Log in to Reply Original episodes of Howdy Doody Log in to Reply Back when QuickTime (software for playing videos) first came out on Macs, Apple sent out a developer CD with a bunch of CGI animated demo videos set to cool synth music. The video was lame but I loved the music, it was kind of tribal electronica, and I’ve never been able to find those clips anywhere. This was probably in the mid 90s. Log in to Reply [deleted] Log in to Reply That woman news reported that shot herself in the head on live tv in the nineties Log in to Reply When I was a child, whenever my favorite soccer team played in my town, I would enter the games next to the players as it is traditional in soccer. I did this a couple of times and every time as soon as the player holding my hand and I transitioned from the stadium tunnel to the grass, I would trip on the tv camera wires. My dad was watching the game at home and saw a short kid tripping during the start of the broadcast. He knew immediately it was me lol. I would absolutely love to see any that tape. Log in to Reply club penguin Log in to Reply I was devastated when watching The Tiger King and Kirkham finds out his studio was (deliberately) burnt down, losing over 60,000 hours of video. You hear the pain in the man’s voice too. I really felt for him. Log in to Reply Have you ever visited an archive? Nearly everything in the building is not online, never has been and probably never will be. Log in to Reply Apollo 11 tapes. Log in to Reply [deleted] Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.