You think I photoshopped that?
The Mail on Sunday's website does not have every article that is printed in the newspaper - I checked it before posting here.
As I said it is from a website called Pressdisplay and not scans of printed media.
They have thousands of newspapers from around the world in electronic form on their site.
I have a subscription to it but I believe you can read 2 articles from each newspaper with a free registration.
Look for yourselves...
Go to http://www.pressdisplay.com
and click on 'Select Title' on the top toolbar, click on 'UK' under 'By Country.
Click on the thumbnail of the frontpage of The Mail on Sunday - Sun 3 Dec 2006. Then if you scroll down the thumbnails column (of each page) on the right-hand side of the screen to pages 62 and 63 you will see small thumbnails of the pages I posted above - with the headline 'The Genius Next Door'.
On the toolbar at the top, if you hover above the down arrow to the left of '1 Front Page' it will bring up a 'Table of Contents'. Go down to '59 Review' and some text will be displayed from page 63 from the article.
Clicking on this text will bring up a registration options screen where you can register for free to read two articles from the newspaper. You might need to search for some of the words in the article to see the page 62 text.