Hey, Mandy. I subscribed to an online spelling and grammar checker today so I can eliminate the grammar mistakes in my previous edits one by one. I wanted to ask if you could compare the versions of some of those articles before and after I corrected them. The grammar checker isn't for free, so I'd like a native English speaker to take a look at the end results to tell me whether it'd be worth it to renew the subscription once it runs out.
Hey, Mandy! How's it going? This is so cool, I just had to show it to you. I bought a couple of documents seen in the Saw films (crime scene photos, newspaper articles etc.) from some guy in the UK, who crafts high quality replicas of movie props. And when I read one of the articles about the Gideon Meatpacking Plant, it had exactly the same wording as our wiki article. 8D
1. Two doorplates with Lawrence Gordon's name on it from his offices at the Angel of Mercy Hospital and the Saint Eustace Hospital.
2. Two photos of Amanda abducting Adam.
3. The photo of Alison and Diana Gordon with the "X marks the spot" message on the backside.
4. The stalker photos from Rigg's apartment showing Brenda, Ivan, Rex, Morgan, Hoffman, Eric and Jill.
5. Adam's photos of Dr. Gordon.
6. The stalker photo of Pamela Jenkins from Saw VI.
7. Photos from the camera at the Alexander Motel, where Rigg was filmed before capturing Ivan.
8. Photos from the crime scene of Angelina Acomb's death.
9. Photos from a bunch of other crime scenes, where the games of Dan, Seth Baxter, Eddie, Mark Wilson, Troy and Paul Leahy took place.
10. A stalker photo of Peter Strahm.
11. A photo of Gordon's skeletonized foot in the bathroom.
12. Photos of Jeff Denlon and Timothy Young after the death of Dylan Denlon.
13. The written notes that Jigsaw left behind for Rigg's and Jeff's games.
14. The two pictures of Eric and Kerry that were seen during the memorial in Saw V.
15. Amanda's letter as well as the envelope.
16. Two colored newspaper covers addressing the Jigsaw Case. Those are among my favorites, so I'll upload a photo for you later on.
17. The letter of regret that John received from Umbrella Health.
18. The newspaper article from Saw IV about the Urban Renewal Group, which showed John and Art Blank outside the Gideon Plant.
19. A newspaper article about Jigsaw's death and Hoffman saving Corbett Denlon.
20. An uncolored version of Bobby Dagen's book cover.
21. The "Confess." letter that was hanging around Billy's neck in the barn from Jigsaw.
22. The cigarette note from the hidden box in the bathroom.
23. A bunch of newspaper articles from Tapp's apartment.
24. The "OBI" note from Saw II.
25. One of Hoffman's stalker notes saying "I know who you are."
26. Several newspaper articles about Angelina Acomb's and Seth Baxter's deaths as well as Angelina's funeral.
27. The front page of John Kramer's autopsy report.
I have to admit that I didn't have any collectibles or merchandise stuff before, despite me being a die-hard fan. But in the last few weeks I finally started to build up a nice collection. I also bought a very detailed and realistic-looking Billy puppet, which is about 47 inches tall, and actually managed to get my hands on a wooden version of the original puppet that John crafted for Gideon (and that one was A LOT harder to find than the Billy Puppet.)
I definitely plan to get more in the future. While I can't say it with absolute certainty right now, I COULD be able to purchase the Knife Chair from Saw IV soon. If that actually works, you'll be the first one I'll tell.
We’ve got great news from Fandom about your community! Lionsgate is partnering with Fandom to make Saw Wiki an Official Wiki Community. This means that Lionsgate is officially endorsing the wiki as the best place to find encyclopedic info about the movies. We have a lot of official gaming wiki communities, but Saw Wiki is one of the first four Official Wiki Communities for movies.
This won’t change anything about how you run your wiki - the community will always be in charge, Lionsgate and Fandom aren’t here to take over. That’s a reflection of the hard work you and other editors have put into the wiki, so congratulations on that!
We’d love to partner with you moving forward. We have some ideas for what we can do next to get this new Official Wiki status on the wiki, but first I wanted to see if you have any questions about what this means for you and your wiki.