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The Craig Shergold story




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From: phil@adam.adelaide.edu.au (Phil Kernick)
Date: 6 Jan 92 01:24:24 GMT
Newsgroups: alt.folklore.urban
Subject: Re: Craig Shergold et al

FYI re Craig Shergold.
Millions of dollars (note the card totals below) have been spent on 
this project, money which might have gone to research or treatment.

The EASIEST refutation is to cite

	READERS DIGEST  OCT 1991  PAGE 71  US  EDITION
        READERS DIGEST  DEC 1991  PAGE 35  AUS EDITION

Sorry I don't know about other editions.

If THAT does not help convince people, read on....


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9 Million Americans Respond to Plight of a Sick Boy

New York Times (NATIONAL), Sunday, July 29, 1990, page 24.

Craig Shergold, a 10-year-old English boy ill with a brain
tumor, remarked last fall that he would like to break the world
record for receiving get-well cards.  Nine million Americans
have responded, answering messages sent through a loose network
of facsimile machines, office memorandums, neighborhood
conversations and community newspaper advertisements.

The boy's mother says she cannot handle any more cards, so a
third of them are languishing at an Atlanta charity, which had
initiated its own fax campaign for the boy.  And the charity,
the Children's Wish Foundation, is trying to figure out what to
do with the cards.

Last November, a handful of English companies trumpeted Craig's
wish to break the record of Mario Morby, a 12 year-old English
boy suffering from leukemia who collected 1,000,265 get-well
cards earlier in 1989.

Story Changes as It Spreads

Craig's message soon reached this country and spread rapidly.
His wish was distributed on leaflets at a Boston street fair,
plastered on a billboard in Gadsden, Ala, advertised in a
newspaper in New Jersey, announced to the residents of Surry,
N.H. at a town meeting and disseminated by the Printing
Industries of America to its member businesses.

As the message spread across the country, the facts of Craig's
story became twisted.  In Boston, a leaflet said he was 7 years
old, lived in Keene, N.H. and spelled his last name "Shirgold."
A Chicago physician said erroneously that he had treated Craig
for six years. Other accounts had the boy's disease as leukemia
and said he was from Florida.

In addition to the American get well cards, which came from
every state, seven million cards reached Craig from other
countries, said his mother, Marion Shergold, in a recent
telephone interview.

New Record in Guinness Book

Mrs. Shergold informed the Guinness Book of World Records of the
count as it stood on May 25:  16,252,692.  Craig's
accomplishment, which includes the 3 million cards in Atlanta,
will be in the 1991 edition of the book, to be published this
October, said Cathy Brooks, a Guinness Book spokeswoman.

Mrs. Shergold said she "can't say a big enough thank you" to her
son's correspondents, but she added, "We don't want any more
cards."

Officials in the office of the Georgia Secretary of State, asked
by Children's Wish Foundation for advice on what to do with the
cards it had collected, recommended that the charity follow the
wishes of Mrs. Shergold.  She has said the foundation should
open the cards, share them with American children who have
cancer and eventually recycle the paper.  THe proceeds from the
recycling, as well as any gifts received on Craig's behalf,
should also be used to help sick American children, Mrs.
Shergold said.


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| Photograph of a bald but smiling Craig holding a plaque goes  |
| here.  The caption of the photograph reads "Craig Shergold    |
| was given a certificate by the Guinness Book of World Records |
| after he received more than 16 million get-well cards.  The   |
| 10-year-old from Surrey, England, is ill with a brain tumor.  |
|								|
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In response to inquiries from news organizations about
Children's Wish and it's handling of the cards, the Governor's
Office of Consumer Affairs is "actively looking into" the
matter, said Bill Cloud, a spokesman.  The office is
particularly interested in whether the foundation solicited any
financial contributions during its campaign for Craig, Mr. Cloud
said.

Linda Dozoretz, executive director of the foundation, who has
met with Craig in England, said the foundation never asked for
money on his behalf and has not opened any cards addressed to
him, but it had received direct contributions totalling about
$120 on his behalf. The money has been deposited in an Atlanta
bank account that the foundation opened in Craig's name, Ms.
Dozoretz said.

The foundation, which, like the better-known Make-A-Wish
Foundation of America, fulfills the wishes of terminally ill
children, came to the attention of the Georgia authorities last
year, when the Secretary of State, Max Cleland, fined Ms.
Dozoretz and Arthur Stein, the foundation president, $2,500
each.  Mr. Cleland said a foundation radio promotion for ill
children had used bogus names for the children without informing
the public of that.  He also said the foundation had used money
left over from the granting of one wish to pay for others, as
well as salaries and operating expenses, in violation of Georgia
law.

Mr. Stein and Ms Dozoretz, who are married, waived their right to
a hearing on the charges and paid the penalty without declaring
guilt or innocence said Randy Willard, an investigator in Mr.
Cleland's office.

Mr. Stein said in an interview that he knew he had broken
Georgia law by changing the children's names, but said he would
do it again to preserve privacy.  He said the foundation did not
take money earmarked for one wish and apply it to others, but
rather deposited all donations in a general fund from which it
pays for numerous wishes.

He said he and his wife, "on the advice of an attorney," did not
request a hearing with an administrative judge on the charges,
but paid the penalty to "get the thing over with."

Began by Chance Remark

These activities are of little concern to Craig, who lives in
the town of Surrey, in southeast England, with his mother and
father, a truck driver.  Craig's campaign began last September,
when a surgeon who was treating him for tumors of the brain and
spine at the Great Ormond Street Hospital in London joked that
Craig had received so many cards from friends and relatives that
he could set a record.

That set Craig and his parents to thinking, and with hospital
officials' assistance, they asked local companies to spread the
message of his wish.

"And from that grew an enormous chain letter that went round
from company to company and then country to country,: said Pam
Rumfitt, an appeal director at the Royal Marsden Hospital in
London, where Craig, now 11, is now treated as an outpatient.

Mrs. Shergold said she was grateful to her neighbors for meeting
each Thursday to sift through the mountain of cards.  The stamps
are sold to a collector in London, with the proceeds donated to
help children with leukemia, while money from recycled envelopes
is given to schools for the handicapped, Mrs. Shergold said.

Though Craig continues to battle the brain tumor and sometimes
uses a wheel chair, his mother says he has responded well to
treatment and the tumor on his spine has disappeared.

Ms. Rumfitt said: "The whole family has been sort of bowled over
by the show of good will.  THe cards have been the best medicine
in the world for him."


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   From Houston Post Nov. 22, 1989, page A-13   ******* NOTE THE DATE ********
   "Ailing boy has greeting card record"

   AP (London) A 10-year-old boy suffering from a rare brain 
   tumor has captured the official world record for receiving 
   the most get-well cards, officials said Tuesday. 

     Craig Shergold's mountain of 1,256,266 get-well cards tops 
   the previous record of 1,000,2656 cards held by another 
   English boy, 12-year-old Mario Morby.

     A spokesman at Guinness Publishing Ltd. said Craig received 
   an official certificate and his record will be included in the 
   next edition of the book, "The Guiness Book of World Records 
   1991."

     Shergold said from his home in Carshalton, south London, that 
   he was confident he would make it into the record books when his
   attempt began Sept. 24.

     Marion Shergold said the attempt to break the world record 
   began as a way to cheer up her son after he was too sick to 
   meet Princess Diana. 


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   From the Houston Post, June 20, 1990, page A-3:
   Get Well Cards Keep Coming

	(Associated Press)

   London - Despite appeals for it to stop, 10-year-old Craig Shergold 
   receives hundreds of get-well cards daily from strangers trying to help 
   him win a place in the "Guiness Book of World Records."

      Craig, who suffers from a rare form of brain cancer, broke the 
   record months ago, but the cards keep coming. More than 16 million
   have arrived.

      "We don't want any more cards because it looks as though we're taking
   cards for no reason," Craig's mother, Marion, said from the family home
   in Carshalton, south London. 

      "Every card says 'we hope you make it in the record books,'" she said.

      The get-well cards category was discontinued by Guiness once - after 
   Mario Morby held the record with 1,000,265 cards. McFarlan [presumably
   a spokesman for Guiness] said the 13-year-old English boy is recovering
   from leukemia but the family still receives cards three years later. 

      McFarlan revived the category after intense pressure, and Craig now
   holds the record.

      "I thought I had decided over a year ago that (Mario Morby) would be
   the last one, but it is very difficult to hold out against an emotive 
   press. I couldn't do my job - well-intentioned, very sentimental people
   called me at work, and I received quite a lot of hate mail, including 
   one that said, 'if you have children I hope they die of cancer.'"


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     Ask for Cards, and Ye Shall Receive and Receive and Receive
			   by Douglas Burns
 
       WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- A 7-year-old English boy with cancer is
finding that once a story hits the modern-day grapevine of fax
machines and computer bulletin boards, it is impossible to stop.
       Critically ill with a rare brain tumor, Craig Shergold told his
parents and nurses at a British hospital in September of his wish
to be in the Guinness Book of World Records for owning the world's
largest collection of post cards. The same wish was fulfilled only
a year earlier for another English boy with cancer.
       Once the news was out, it flowed through every conceivable
medium to even the most unimaginable places on the globe.
       Budget Rent A Car in Miami got news about Craig from a Budget
office in Gibraltar and sent one of their employees out to alert
South Florida businesses.
       ``We also passed it around to all our offices in the nation,''
said Maria Borchers, director of travel marketing.
       Children's Wish International, a non-profit organization based
in Atlanta, is also working to get cards for Craig. One of its
appeals made its way to a computer bulletin board run by Bechtel, a
Maryland-based company with an office in Palm Beach Gardens.
       ``We are getting 10,000 to 15,000 cards for Craig per day,''
said Arthur Stein, director of Children's Wish International.
       But Craig doesn't want any more cards.
       In November, he received a certificate from Guinness after his
mountain-sized collection of 1.5 million cards broke the record set
in 1988 by Mario Morby, a 13-year-old cancer victim.
       Since then, Craig's dream has become a logistical nightmare for
his parents, phone operators and the Royal Marsden Hospital in
Surrey, England.
       Monday, the unofficial count for Craig's collection reached 4
million, said Mark Young, a Guinness Publishing Ltd. spokesmen. The
hospital has set up a separate answering service to implore callers
to refrain from sending more postcards.
       Despite pleas of mercy and reports in the media, hundreds of
post cards continue to pour into the hospital every day.
       ``Thank you for being so kind,'' said Maria Dest, a nurse at
Royal Marsden. ``But he really does not need any more post cards.''
       Dest said that whenever a corporation gets wind of Craig's
plight, the bundles of mail increase.
       ``As soon as it starts to slow down, it goes around again,'' she
said. Dest would not discuss the specifics of his condition. ``His
condition is deteriorating, but he is still able to talk and
function,'' she said.
       Young, with Guinness, said he gets several calls every day from
people who question if Craig Shergold even exists.
       ``This is definitely legitimate and Craig will be in the 1990
Guinness Book,'' said Young.
       But because of the problems the two appeals have caused, Young
said Guinness plans to discontinue the category.
       The public outpouring for Mario and now Craig surprised
virtually everyone involved, he said.
       ``These two boys really captured the public imagination,'' Young
said.


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[Ann Landers column, undated but from mid 1991]
ONE GUINNESS RECORD ENOUGH FOR BOY
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Dear Readers:
	Last year I began receiving tons of letters telling me about a
10-year-old English boy who had a malignant brain tumor. His wish was to be
in the Guinness Book of World Records for receiving the greatest number of
get-well cards. The boy's name is Craig Shergold.
	Several months ago I read a piece in the press saying Craig's dream
had become a reality. He surpassed another English lad, a leukemia victim,
who had received 1,000,265 cards, which put him in the Guinness Book of
World Records.
	Marion Shergold, Craig's mother, announced that he had received more
than 33 million get-well cards from all over the world, including cards from
former President Reagan, President Bush, Margaret Thatcher and Mikhail
Gorbachev. She said her family is very grateful for the overwhelming
generosity but now she hopes people will stop sending cards. "Unfortunately,"
Mrs. Shergold said, "we are still receiving thousands every day and have no
place to store them." Meanwhile, I continue to be swamped with requests from
readers asking me to print a plea in my column for *more* cards.
	I decided to follow up on Craig's story, so I contacted the Make-A-
Wish Foundation, which had worked with the Shergolds. The people there told
me that John Kluge, a Virginia billionaire, arranged for a brain surgeon in
Charlottesville, Va., to operate on Craig. Kluge brought the entire Shergold
family to the United States so they could be present for the surgery.
	Then I called Marion Shergold in London. She told me the surgery was
a great success and the Craig is doing beautifully and is expected to live a
full life. She also said, "This is like a fairy tale. Things like this don't
happen in real life. Mr. Kluge is a saint." In her marvelous British accent,
Mrs. Shergold said excitedly, "Tonight we are having a God Bless America
party. About 150 people are coming to celebrate Craig's great good fortune."
	Now, dear readers, this lovely story now turns a little sour. I just
received a request from a well-known Chicago man, asking me to publicize the
fact that the same lad who broke the world's record for get-well cards would
now like to break another world's record - this time for collecting the most
business cards. This man is one of dozens of affluent, high-profile
Americans who are faxing and chain-lettering [it's a noun! it's a verb! it's
a desert topping!  --jjw] their friends on behalf of Craig's "new project."
In the chain letter, Craig's name is misspelled, his age is given as 7, when
actually he is 11, and the address is incorrect. These errors set off the
alarm signals in my head. [so THAT's what it takes!  --jjw]
	Chain letters themselves are an abomination. I never read them, nor
would I foist them on anyone, much less ask my readers to keep the chain
going.
	What's more, Marion Shergold wants everyone to know that the
Shergolds did not ask for business cards and they do not know what to do
with the 10,000 that are arriving daily. While they greatly appreciate the
kindness of the American people, they asked that I please help put a stop to
this well-meaning effort that is turning into a nightmare. Soooooo, to all
the good-hearted people who may be inclined to send a business card, please
don't.
	I would also like to point out that your business card, which most
likely lists your phone number and address, could fall into the wrong hands
and become part of the mother of all mailing lists. Sharp-eyed scam
perpetrators, always on the alert for suckers, may figure if you'd fall for
this, you'd fall for anything.


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In the Romford Yellow Advertiser, I saw the following article the other
day:

                      Craig, 8, has cards record

The parents of cancer sufferer Craig Shergold, 8, have requested that no
more get well cards be sent to their home.

Last year Craig, who lives in Surrey and was diagnosed as having just a
short time left to live, launched an attempt to gain an entry in the
Guinness Book of Records as the person receiving the most cards.

Recently letters have been circulating amongst businesses in South East
Essex encouraging firms to send more cards.

But a spokeswoman at the Guinness Book of Records told the `Yellow
Advertiser': "Craig has made the record and will be entered in the next
edition of the book. His parents have requested that no more cards be
sent as they have been inundated."


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Now for the "proof" part:

IS he actually *IN* The 1991 Guinness Book of World Records???

Yes, he is.  On page 487:

  "Craig Shergold of Carshalton, Surrey, United Kingdom, had collected a
  record 16,250,692 get-well cards by May, 1990."


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One thing that does not come over from this is the HUGE PROBLEM thisd
has been for the london hospital at the receiving end.  Do the
arithemetic.

Craig has been sent about 33,000,000 cards.  This has been going on for
4 years (or so), so that is 1,000 working days.  Thus each day the
hospital has to sift through 33,000 cards looking for money in them (not
unusual), or more realistically the hospital's normal post!

(OK, I know that a lot of the cards are stored in the US somewhere, but
I wanted to make a point).

Also, think about the stupendous waste of money this has been. 
33,000,000 cards at (about) 50 UK pence, plus 33,000,000 postages at
about an average of 20 UK pence is 70 times 33,000,000 giving about
23,100,000 UK pounds.  The money would have been better spent on a whole
raft of things - dare I say it, even Cancer Research!

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Finally for those of you who want to see what Craig really looks like, the
following is an encoded GIF, that I scanned directly from the Readers-Digest
mentioned at the top.

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  \_.-*_/   Dept. of Psychology         Fax:    +61 8 224 0464
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