A man saying his name was Evans was killed in a Welsh mining disaster. He likely refers to the Senghenydd Explosion that occurred in Wales on October 14, 1913, killing 439 miners. "Evans" was a quite common name and 17 miners with the last name "Evans" were killed in the disaster. He explains that he must have died quickly because he remembers little of the accident. He woke in a beautiful field, but it took him quite a while to realize how he died. He says that his dog pined for him after his death, and soon died too. The dog is now with him. Evans stresses that time is of no consequence, and that he wears clothing similar to a Roman toga.
25 minutes, recorded 1964