A treasure trove of lost Jim Morrison photographs snapped in 1968 have been unearthed in a storage unit.
A European photo agency was commissioned to shoot Morrison by a U.S. teen magazine, but none of the pictures were used.
Instead, they were filed away and forgotten about until staff cleaning out a storage unit came across the 51 "pristine" A4-sized prints.
The prints have been snapped up by a collector who is offering them to fans of The Doors via fanzine The Doors Collectors Magazine.
A blurb on the publication's website reads, "We DO NOT have the negatives or own the copyrights to these - and neither will you! Once the prints are gone, you won't see these again!"

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