|Charles Lutwidge Dodgson|
January 27, 1832
January 14, 1898
Alice novels and its related poems
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There is a real-life mystery that surrounds him known as the "Liddell Riddle," in which Alice's mother became concerned to the point where she stopped Dodgson from seeing Alice entirely.
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In a Memory that was found in the Mysterious East, Alice's sister Elizabeth proclaimed that he was a clumsy sailor and if it were not for her grabbing the oars, she and Dodgson would have crashed into a riverbank.
- American McGee believes that if Lewis Carroll ever saw the Alice series, he would "probably freak and run out of the room." Then when someone explained to him that computers "weren't the work of Satan... imagine he might be pleased."
- It is possible that Doctor Bumby's personality and his attraction for Alice's sister (and possibly Alice) were based around the rumors and controversy that surrounded Dodgson, such as the suggestions of pedophilia. It was also hinted that Dodgson had a relationship with Alice's sister Lorina.
- Alice received a photograph of her family from an unknown sender. Who this sender is has remained a mystery. It could be theorized that he sent it to Alice, as he is shown to be an acquaintance of the Liddell family.