Kensington Palace Graffiti

November 4, 2011 by staff 

Kensington Palace Graffiti, Peter Jackson was a bit of a wildcard in 1902. The scribled obscene graffiti on the wall at Kensington Palace – and that the graffiti was recently discovered in perfect condition.

“When this was written, must have thought he was perfectly safe, that nobody in the world ever lay eyes on him again,” said Lee Prosser, curator at the Royal Palace Buildings, told reporters. The graffiti was hidden behind wood paneling and was probably created when the room was being built over a century.

Lee Prosser continued: “Unfortunately, we do not know much about Peter Jackson, but it is clear that, like many others throughout history, could not resist the temptation to leave his mark on a royal palace.”

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