Today we’re going all the way back to 1979 to witness another historic moment frozen in time.
Here we can see a Mr Clark Kent who, having recently graduated from a course on sports studies at the University of Essex, is sent out on a coffee run during his first day at work as an intrepid reporter on the Brightlingsea and Wivenhoe Chronicle.
The history books tell us that on this very same day the Wivenhoe Paper Museum (built in 1866) caught fire and the four people that were trapped in the building were saved by a mystery man wearing fishnet stockings with a pair of red pants over the top and a tablecloth fastened around his neck like a cape.
Tragically, the paper museum is no more and all that remains is a paper plaque on a wall on Alma Street to commemorate where it once stood. Meanwhile the whereabouts of Mr Kent and that pervert in his pants remains shrouded in mystery.