Darcy Three Fish

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Darcy Three Fish

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10.4” x 13” image on 11” x 14” paper signed and numbered edition of 100

Darcy Three Fish

A phantom figure began to appear on the north shore of Long Island in the town of Sea Cliff sometime in the late 1950's. It is said to be the ghost of Miss Marigold Darcy, who was lost at sea in the 1911. Her glowing visage is usually accompanied by three spectral fishes who swim around her and she is often referred to as "Darcy Three Fish". Miss Darcy was said to be a passenger on board a ship traveling from Melbourne to Cairns that sank off Cape Bowling Green in Queensland, Australia. No one knows for sure but has been speculated that she was meeting a wealthy suitor doing business in Australia, whose family owned property on the north shore.

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