Philip from the UK writes in an email:
Nutty proponents of authenticity are a bigger problem than skeptics. Mike Willesee is an example of what will happen as the shroud gains more and more public attention. John Lupia and his crazy made up pseudoscience is another example. And what about those crop circles that people think look like the face on the shroud?
Keep reporting facts and reasonable historical and scientific theory. You do a disservice when you give the likes of Willesee and Lupia undeserved attention. . . .
If we don’t pay attention they will get it elsewhere. Good grief, they might start blogging.