Research

An ‘Eary’ Van Gogh Mystery at Arles on PBS’ Secrets of the Dead

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In Secrets of the Dead: Van Gogh’s Ear, Researcher Bernadette Murphy travels back in time to learn the truth about Vincent Van Gogh. Premiering December 14, 10 p.m. on PBS (check local listings), the program explores if the infamous story of Van Gogh cutting off his own ear on December 23, 1888.

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Reviewer Joseph Padalino watching PBS’ Secrets of the Dead: Van Gogh’s Ear.  Photo by Anthony Buscarello for Life-Wire News Service.

Van Gogh’s Ear will give you insight into the life of the artist. The documentary is a really intriguing mystery of his days in Arles, answering the questions – was the story of his ear a fake, and who was the mystery girl ‘Rachel’ who they say received his gory gift?

  • By Joseph Padalino, edited by Edward Gregory.

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Watch a Preview at Secrets of the Dead Online

 

Autism Insights, part II: Research into Autism

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Published on May 1, 2015

Autism Insights II: Dr. Ted Brown, Dir., Institute for Basic Research, Staten Island, NY, discusses the research into autism and the work of IBR. In an interview by our Steven Filoramo, learn the latest on autism and aspergers and more.

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