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Anyone else think the couple in this painting, done by Raphael Soyer in 1959, looks an awful lot like Amy Pond and Rory Williams?

Pretty striking resemblance, right? But the coincidences don’t stop there. The Tor Blog did some investigating, and found that Soyer moved from Russia to New York at the turn of the century and began showcasing his art in the 1930′s. The Tor Blog offered this mindblowing theory:

We know that Amy and Rory got zapped back to the 1930s by a Weeping Angel in a graveyard in their final episode. Since their gravestone was in that same graveyard, and their son spoke with an American accent (in this unfilmed scene from “The Power of Three”), we can infer that Amy and Rory probably spent their lives right in New York City. And why not? For two people who love adventures, it’s a pretty good place to be. And if Amy and Rory lived in NYC, they would have had plenty of opportunity to know the painter of this piece, Raphael Soyer

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