Monday, January 31, 2022

He Once Told a Teenage Girl He Was Going to Buy Her Cigarettes and that if She Refused She Would Kill Herself in Her Death

 83 Years Ago Today

Tuesday 31st of January 1939
Foot fetishist and serial killer Jerry Jerome Henry Brudos aka The Lust Killer is born in Webster, South Dakota, United States.
He is known for: killing and abusing victims, including the "Lust Killer". He is considered a "survivalist". He once told a teenage girl he was going to buy her cigarettes and that if she refused she would kill herself in her death. In a video he tells the girl he had told her that it was the only reason to kill him. On 15 December 1939 he died of AIDS. His body was found in a wooded area of Omaha, Nebraska on 16 December 1937. His killer, Joseph A. J. Wirth who was a close associate to him, stated that, "I wanted him killed on 15 December 1939. He was very, very sad. We talked a lot. He said that he was going to kill us by 4 January. He said he liked it here because it was a quiet area, not a place where people would think he was crazy. I think the killer liked it there." On 16 March 1939 A.J. Wirth stated that he "was very, very glad" that he had found Wirth alive. On 9 April 1939 the city of Omaha, Nebraska declared a state of emergency and declared Henry "obligated to take his own life to keep his family safe." On 15 May 1939 Wirth died.

He Stated He Left Because He Felt His Job Was Being Done

 10 Years Ago Today

Tuesday 31st of January 2012
Artist Mike Michael Kelley commits suicide by carbon monoxide poisoning at the age of 58 in South Pasadena, California, United States.
In 2006 he was a featured writer for the Los Angeles Times Magazine and a top reviewer on New York magazine's top 500 New Artists. In 2010 he also wrote an article for the New York Times website about the history of New Artists. In 2012 while on an assignment with the LA Press Play for the National Theatre Company he was working on the opening of the Warner Bros. Records Factory located at the LA Theatre's Theater of the Arts. He left his job in 2003, with the production company being acquired by MGM after he lost control of the studio. In 2010 he started working on new material on a new series called "Inglourious Basterds." In 2013 he opened a studio called The Music Factory at 508 North Broadway in Pasadena, California (more on him later), was employed by Sony Pictures Entertainment since 2014, and is considered a director of the greatest film ever made in the United States. In a 2013 interview on The Hollywood Reporter Michael Kelley told the story about being hired to do a new album on a friend's label, the Universal Music Group: "It went like this: 'If there is a new album coming out of this family you have to bring it to this group on your own.' " He stated he left because he felt his job was being done.

Sunday, January 30, 2022

As a Political Scientist Her Main Goal Was to Prove that What I Had Seen and Had Heard Was Wrong

 85 Years Ago Today

Saturday 30th of January 1937
Actress and political activist Vanessa Redgrave is born in London, Greenwich, Greater London, United Kingdom.
In 1960 Vanessa worked with the British Humanist Association for Social Research. She was a member of the British Humanist Association for Social Research Advisory Board. She had her PhD dissertation at West Sussex University before travelling to Paris and finishing her PhD at West Sussex University as a lecturer. As a political scientist her main goal was to prove that what I had seen and had heard was wrong. She became the first woman to propose a political philosophy, and then she wrote a book on political philosophy called 'Democracy and the State', which was published in 1997 by the German Institute for the Study of Political Philosophy and published in 1998 and has since been translated into more languages and published in English and German. She is the world's longest known political scientist on the subject, which includes working on the 'Greenwich Theory', 'Reducing Terrorism to Peaceful Violence', and on the social sciences. In the UK she co-founded the Research Ethics Commission and is currently a member of UK Parliament. In 1990 on a trip to the United Arab Emirates she spoke at a conference of European Parliament members for human rights. On her career she has written two books that have been translated into more than 130 languages and five books of personal essays that have been used in court cases in the UK. She is also involved in the Feminist Movement.

His Last Words and a Poem About what it Is Like Being Here Could Be Found Here

 28 Years Ago Today
Sunday 30th of January 1994
Writer Pierre François-Marie-Louis Boulle known for Planet of the Apes dies of natural causes at the age of 82 in Paris, Île-de-France, France.
His last words and a poem about what it is like being here could be found here. He died at the age of 84. He was born in 1788, France. Born in Paris on 30th July of 1882, he is known as Pierre Francois-Marie-Boulle in French and also for his last poem. The following are all of him's poems. A total of 3.000 poems have been printed by him, most of these are here on They are now available in 10 different languages. These poems are from 1st to 17th century France. French writers are sometimes referred to as Parisians, sometimes as writers from other parts of the world. These were not all French writers until after the Revolution in 1830, and there were certainly at least 2.000 famous Parisian writers from all over the World by the time of Napoleon Bonaparte (1690-1713), and of these, only some of whom are from the East. However, many of these may have been of French or British origin. There are many more French (German or Polish) poets from the past, like Jean-Jacques Chabon in 1681. The poets of the past.

Saturday, January 29, 2022

We Have Found Several Cases of Young Girls with Their Maimed and Wounded Bodies on the Streets But no Evidence of Violence

 130 Years Ago Today

Friday 29th of January 1892
Mass murderer Szilveszter Matuska aka The Orient-Express Wrecker is born in Csantavér, Vojvodina, Serbia.
He and his wife (Anna) were arrested on July 19, 1892 by the Serbian authorities following a brief trial and trial in Bali on August 4, 1892. Matuska and his wife were executed on 22 November 1892 (after having previously been released in May of that year after facing an investigation by the Federal Directorate of Internal Affairs for committing numerous counts of drug trafficking and narcotics trafficking); his wife spent the entire year around the murder scene until at least October 21, 1888 in Njusvik. He was murdered for possession of cocaine which he claimed was for his wife, which he was later arrested for in connection with smuggling to Switzerland. The case against his wife is recorded in the testimony of Mr. Zemler in December 1903. In the statement that she gave to her attorney, Ms. Nijvela Ezequiel (1878–1938), Matuska's testimony is given as follows: "I cannot accept her as not a murderer; she is a real maimed, wounded woman who never gave up her own life any longer and was a child. We have found several cases of young girls with their maimed and wounded bodies on the streets, but no evidence of violence."

I Want to Give Life to the Memories

 80 Years Ago Today

Thursday 29th of January 1942

Singer, actress and murderess Claudine Georgette Longet is born in Paris, Île-de-France, France. Her father is also born in France.

As a young adult, she worked for the state of Sint Maastricht and also as an actress. Following the end of her high school career in France, she studied in Paris. While living in Paris, she was forced to make a stop in Munich when the German troops came, after the Nazi occupation of Paris. While living there, Longet first saw several of her fellow students, including her sister Klaas. Eventually, she found a job in Krakow to prepare a documentary about her situation. The film was screened at the Berlin Film Society and won the Razzie Award as Best Document: "I want to give life to the memories". Longet, in life and in history. Edit.

On 27 August 1942, a group of military officers from France stormed the main railway office and captured the chief executive. This caused the government to declare that there would be no political transition unless there was a genuine transition. The government responded in an official communiqué, telling Longet that her "unbearable delay and uncertainty, since she lived in a French colony, was a cause which must always be rectified". Longet's body was found buried in the woods near her.

Friday, January 28, 2022

The Welsh Children Sang in the Old School but Wyatt Had the Musical Tastes of a Child Who Was Playing the Piano

 77 Years Ago Today

Sunday 28th of January 1945
Musician Robert Ellidge Wyatt known from The Soft Machine is born in Bristol, South West England, United Kingdom.
He was born in 1925 and grew up in London, England. He spent several years in Japan before settling down to play in the UK in 1930. He studied with The King of Blues in 1932 at an early age. He also performed as the DJ in the London Symphony Orchestra's 1973 album Red. During these years Wyatt performed at the Ode To Music Festival where he won a Grammy Award for Best Live Performance for a film. He was selected for the Tony Award in 1963 by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Wyatt died while performing at a performance near New Hampshire in February 1990. Today he is a regular guest on BBC Radio 1 shows.

For over 60 generations, Wyatt enjoyed a peaceful upbringing. Since childhood, Wyatt had an unearthly childhood. He grew up on a farm in the town of Womeng (near Bury), east of Oxfordshire. During his first childhood his father, Mr Arthur Wyatt, was well acquainted with the school of Welsh schoolboys, who were taught in the schoolhouse, and the children were always encouraged and even encouraged to sing and dance. The most impressive aspect of his upbringing was the music that he used in his performances. The Welsh children sang in the old school but Wyatt had the musical tastes of a child who was playing the piano.

Laurita (16/05/05) Died Unexpectedly on July 2, 2005 When Her Right Hand Was Crushed by a Drug Overdose

 17 Years Ago Today

Friday 28th of January 2005
Actress Karen Lancaume known from the crime-thriller Baise-moi commits suicide by an overdose of medication at the age of 32 in Paris, XIVe, Île-de-France, France.
Kramer Laurita (1/27/05) – Actress Marian Laurita (La Malaise), 37, died of her wounds the day after a drug overdose in Marseille, France. Laurita (6/15/05) – Died of natural causes as a drug victim on February 4, 2005. Laurita (25/02/05) – Died of drug overdose on November 1, 2004 at her home in a town near Lyon, France. Laurita (30/01/05) – Died in May at her home in the village of Larissa, in Larissa, on September 1, 2005. Laurita (28/02/05) – Died at her home in the village of Les de Gaulle, in the village of Clapelle, on Sept 18, 2004. Laurita (23/02/05) – Died in May 2007. Laurita (19/02/05) – died in June 2010. Laurita (16/05/05) – died unexpectedly on July 2, 2005 when her right hand was crushed by a drug overdose.

Thursday, January 27, 2022

I Hope and Hope that with The Drowned Girl that We Can Take this on a Personal Level

 116 Years Ago Today She Was a Bamby

Saturday 27th of January 1906
Actress Starr Wyman Faithfull aka The Drowned Girl is born in Evanston, Illinois, United States.
She is an actress. She has played major roles in four films including The Wrench, The Girl After School, and the Love Boat. Strumming in the Rain is her first film. She recently wrote and directed the Oscar nominated documentary The Wreck to a Better World. On The Trail for The Drowned Girl (2004), she said: "I have never been able to achieve a high without my music and I hope my music inspires others to do the same because I really want people to feel it. Because I really think everybody needs to take the songs as a personal challenge and not to make them the sole source. And in this day and age, as well as so many other things that affect us and our own lives, we need to take it on a personal level. I think that people have been able to take a lot of self expression and expression on a personal level just from music. I hope and hope that with The Drowned Girl that we can take this on a personal level. I think that people have an innate sense of what it's like to be around another person, how the others in society, and society are feeling about their lives. I think music means it to us."

She Had an Extremely Close Relationship with Her Husband

 30 Years Ago Today

Monday 27th of January 1992
Writer and wife of Baldur von Schirach Henriette 'Henny' Hoffman dies of unknown causes at the age of 79 in München, Schwabing, Bayern, Germany. 
Her last known home was St. Parnassus from the age of seven to 14. Hilda's father, Carl, was an accountant, and his mother Margaret died in 1933. She had an extremely close relationship with her husband, Carl Wiese. Her brother, Fritz, was a factory worker in Göttingen, and her younger sister, Annabel, worked in the area. Annabel Hoffman was an employee of U.S. Steel (WSE) before being appointed to her position as Director of General Dynamics. Annabel also studied chemistry and served in the United Nations as Director of National Intelligence for eight years. In 1996, the film 'Stuart Cooper Strikes Back' hit number one on the U.K. 'S' Box Office, selling $500 million domestically, and it received a $20 million Best Picture Oscar at the 1998 Sundance Film Festival.

When Hilda was 14, she wrote for the local newspaper in Munich. The story was inspired by an earlier diary by Anne Frank. She was introduced to her father by an acquaintance of her ex-husband who worked in a field when they lived in rural Germany. She read over a letter at home in the early.

Wednesday, January 26, 2022

He Was the Only American to Die of Natural Causes at the Age of 71

 90 Years Ago Today

Tuesday 26th of January 1932

Chewing gum industrialist William Wrigley dies of natural causes at the age of 71 in Wrigley Mansion, Phoenix, Arizona, United States.

Wrigley was one of the great American gum makers and proprietors of the country. He was the only American to die of natural causes at the age of 71. Most deaths from industrial causes in the United States date back at least some 100 years. Dr Wrigley's last visit to the United States was in 1885, when he went to London, England. During this visit, we gave a presentation on Mr. Wrigley's contributions to the field of industrial hygiene to the Society of Gautamartik Association. Dr Wrigley and others provided several presentations concerning Mr. Wrigley's medical records, his record management, and his studies. Mr. Wrigley's history is summarized in two books, The Principles of Industrial Practice and the Practice and Methods of Wrigley's Profession and Medical Practice, by John W. Brown; and The Principles of Gautamartik's Health-Care, by John J. B. Jones. Mr. Wriglay's interest in medical practices has been well characterized among doctors. He was an active participant in medical education programs in many countries, including the United States, at colleges, universities, and the medical school system at Stanford University. Since his father died.

Analogy of the Child in Bed

 22 Years Ago Today

Wednesday 26th of January 2000

Science fiction writer Alfred Elton van Vogt dies of Alzheimer's disease at the age of 88 in Los Angeles, California, United States.

The book The Autobiography of Alfred Elton Elton, titled 'My Other People', was published in 1984 by Oxford University Press but has not sold as much as it has been released. Elton was a prolific writer and essayist, with dozens of stories in his The Autobiography of Alfred Elton, titled 'My Other People'. The book was a hit! Elton had a prolific writing career with his novels published from 1798 to 1898 and published his book 'Analogy of the Child in Bed' in 1900. His autobiographies were translated by Sir Alfred Northam as The Age of Autobiography and the autobiography of Alfred Elton Elton was translated by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Elton started his writing career in 1889 with 'The Age of Autobiography', a story he wrote called 'A Brief History of a Man Who Grew Up Here', which became known as 'Analogy of the Child in Bed', as well as other work published during his period from 1790 to 1810. The book was based on the original 'The Age of Autobiography', published in 1889. The Autobiography of Alfred Elton The name 'Analogy of the Child in Bed' which he later invented as 'Anage of Autobiography'.

Tuesday, January 25, 2022

I Saw the Film Last Year I Would Give My Opinion About what the Fuck Is Going on There

 79 Years Ago Today

Monday 25th of January 1943
Cult film director Tobe William Hooper known for The Texas Chain Saw Massacre is born in Austin, Texas, United States.
He was born Jan. 21, 1944. He grew up in Austin, Texas, United States, but transferred to Texas State University in Austin, before arriving in the US via Hong Kong and taking time off to study. Tobe is originally from South Austin, Texas, and his background in the US Army before being drafted by the USAF. He did a film with the Army's US based studio, Iron Giant. Tobe is best known for his hit television show "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" which was produced by the BBC. In the mid 60's he was interviewed about a Texas Film Festival documentary and was selected for a series for the CBS Academy Awards. Tobe graduated from Austin State University with a degree in film and animation. His credits include the upcoming "The Last of Us" TV movie and several short films.
Posted by C-2 at 01:50 PM
I saw the film last year I would give my opinion about what the fuck is going on there. I think the story is very, very tragic I think it's about time so when I watch it i will put it into my wallet. And since it had a pretty bad end i just bought two tickets for the night so i would appreciate your support. C-2
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I Am Not an Artist Nor a Surgeon but I'm Also Not Interested in a Life in the Body Because My Work Has no Benefit to My Family

 99 Years Ago Today

Thursday 25th of January 1923
Psychiatric patient and artist Shirley Ardell Mason aka Sybil Isabel Dorsett is born in Dodge Center, Minnesota, United States. Psychotrips have been described to involve major malignant growths in the lower abdominal tract and abdominal cartilage. I had been involved with such disorders since August of 1974 when I was 6 years old. It has been suggested that this developmental process is caused by the growths of malondialdehyde (MM) receptors, which are very important for the immune system. If I had developed these disorders, I would not have been admitted to any psychiatric hospital in the past 5 years. I am not an artist nor a surgeon but I'm also not interested in a life in the body because my work has no benefit to my family. I have not had any ill effects. My diagnosis involved a stroke in July of 1976. Once the stroke occured, I went to the hospital. In that hospital, I met with my psychiatrist, who became very positive. He had a very large and difficult meeting with me. As one of my parents, he had had a severe experience with his brother and his own difficulties. As a child, my father's work involved in the construction of dams and other works was greatly involved in my schooling. He said that he had seen his.

Monday, January 24, 2022

We Find Ourselves Looking Into the Hands of Our Masters when We Discover that Maria Mandl Is Murdered Alive

 74 Years Ago Today

Saturday 24th of January 1948
SS-Helferin and prison guard Maria Mandl aka The Beast is executed by hanging at the age of 36 in Więzienie Montelupich, ul. Montelupich, Kraków, Województwo Małopolskie, Poland. We find ourselves looking into the hands of our masters when we discover that Maria Mandl is murdered alive. This death occurs after Mary Zvok of Hildegard was murdered at 22 and her husband, a soldier stationed in Fort Bragg, was shot. There was no mention about Maria Mandl's "death", so this is a tragic and sad news. Mary Zvok was the last survivor of her husband in the United States. We see on CCTV that we can see that if the murderer had been Maria Mandl, there would have been a better chance that the murdered man would have been Mary Zvok. So, as soon as we look at Maria Mandl, we are faced with the question: if Mary Zvok did indeed kill Mary Zvok or not...what would have happened if only Maria Zvok could have been murdered? In the Netherlands, the name of Mary Zvok is derived from her being the daughter of a man, known as "Vlapa", who was born in Kraków in 1953. The Dutch nickname is also.

The First Man in the United States to Be Executed Was John F. Kennedy in 1963

 33 Years Ago Today

Tuesday 24th of January 1989
Serial killer Ted Theodore Robert Bundy aka The Only Living Witness is executed by Old Sparky at the age of 43 in Florida State Prison, 23916 NW 83rd Ave., Raiford, Florida, United States.
The execution took place on October 13rd at 7:20 a.m in the cells of the prison when all the inmates had already been released after having been released on death row. For more information visit: The Serial Killer is a highly secretive and secretive criminal organization with no known criminal history of a known crime. There are no real leaders there. The most visible member being Ted Bundy, aka FBI Special Agent John B. Bundy. He is a former member of the Secret Service and is most associated with both the FBI and the FBI (the Secret Service is responsible for the handling of such matters as financial transactions, travel or legal issues as well as the extradition of criminals). The case against Ted Bundy is very suspicious, since B. Bundy is known for his involvement in the 1993 mass shooting at Newtown Elementary School and the mass shooting in Minnesota that killed 20 US children (a total similar to the one in Sandy Hook). Ted Bundy (not his real name) was a resident of the United States since the 1870s. The first man in the United States to be executed was John F. Kennedy in 1963.

Sunday, January 23, 2022

His Illness Had Left His Mind in a State of Paralysis Due to Uncontrollable Urges

 33 Years Ago Today

Monday 23rd of January 1989
Surrealist artist and first Marqués de Dalí de Pubol Salvador Dalí dies of heart failure at the age of 85 in Teatre-Museu, Figueres, Catalonia, Spain.
Photo courtesy of the artist Régimento Pizzi. A.D. 8/19/1913. This is a very sad, personal and sad story of sorrow. An artist's first wife left him at age 23 and, at age 26 were married. Their relationship ended when she found him in a coma and his death was soon determined as a result of heart failure. His illness had left his mind in a state of paralysis due to uncontrollable urges, and his life was going badly at times. In the end, he died in August of 2011 due to the sudden loss of balance due to his breathing and breathing problems. With his death, his family, friends and colleagues took his body home to Spain where he lived and continued to live long after the death. His art and life were so tragic that he was never seen again. This may be the first time that this artist has left the stage at this point. His death is a sad, personal and sad death for such a talented fellow artist.

His Car Had Been Traveling at a Slower Speed Than the Intended Speed of the Vehicle

 18 Years Ago Today

Friday 23rd of January 2004

Photographer Helmut Newton dies of a heart attack at the age of 84 in Chateau-Marmont Hotel, Bungalow #3, 8221 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, United States.

Newton was in an accident when his car sped out of control and hit a wall in the driveway of the Chateau Marmont Hotel. Newton died at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.

His car had been traveling at a slower speed than the intended speed of the vehicle. Horton worked at the hotel for more than a decade as a security guard. Horton was a native of the small town of Luebeck, near Chateau-Marmont, Belgium. Horton was the executive chef at Sainter-Marmont's restaurants in Chapeau-Marmont, Belgium, where Horton worked from 1973 through 1984. Horton was well-liked by its staff and guests who visited. Horton was a member of the Chateaeurs. Horton did not know the names of a few prominent Chateaeurs, many of which had played a major part in his successful career of working with celebrities. Horton, like the rest of the Chateaeurs, had been engaged and married to an American. Horton's success as a private photographer (his first and only photo is listed in the photo exhibit on the El Chapo Inn).

Saturday, January 22, 2022

According to Historian James McInnes She Was One of the First Women to Write at Least One Book

 121 Years Ago Today

Tuesday 22nd of January 1901
Queen Alexandrina Victoria dies of declining health at the age of 82 in Osborne House, East Cowes, Isle of Wight, United Kingdom. Queen Victoria's death marked the end of the Victorian Era.
It was a loss for her and her family. Contrary to popular belief, the reigns of Queen Victoria were relatively static. Indeed, the reign of Queen Elizabeth II was the longest reigning monarch of the Victorian era. According to a popular report, at one time, she was considered to be more of a leader than a monarch. However, Queen Elizabeth II was also more popular than her father Charles II. Elizabeth II was a popular politician in the days of the Crown. According to historian James McInnes, she was one of the first women to write at least one book. Elizabeth II was born on 12th January 1902 at the age of twenty-two on her way to the birth of a son at the age of thirty five, an early tradition but probably due to her own inexperience. Elizabeth II started by completing the first chapter in her English education in the early 1900's and then started her education in her family as a child. Elizabeth II completed the next chapter in her English education in the early 1960's but started her education in her family as a child, as soon as she could find work as a schoolteacher. She is listed as a social recluse at the age.

Friday, January 21, 2022

If Your Mission to Escape this Frozen World Is Successful You Will Be in Great Relief

 17 Years Ago Today
Friday 21st of January 2005

Serial killer Sergei Vasilyevich Ryakhovsky aka The Hippopotamus aka The Balashikha Ripper dies in prison due to long untreated tuberculosis at the age of 43 in The White Swan, Solikamsk, Perm Krai, Russia.
The white swans have now been discovered on the island of Solikamsk for more than 24 years, with an estimated lifespan of 35+ years. The white swans are thought to be the oldest living living mammal species on the island, and are the only species that lived to the end of their last resting period. They were thought that they have the most common ancestor with mammals, but they did not see any overlap between them. The most common ancestor of human beings on Solikamsk is known as the 'Panavius'. During our lifetimes, humans have brought with us many of the most powerful weapons ever developed on this planet - the most incredible weaponry ever discovered! Since the beginning, this world has been the last stronghold of the Panavius. Because of its unique isolation to this new planet, we've faced many challenges, which we have worked hard to overcome in our effort to protect this new world from human invasion once and for all! We continue to hunt out the monsters of this frozen world and are determined to defeat these monsters soon. If your mission to escape this frozen world is successful, you will be in great relief.

In 1986 She Won the Most Powerful Poetry Prize for Her First Novel The Man Who Would Be Queen of Great Britain

 20 Years Ago Today

Monday 21st of January 2002

Singer-songwriter Peggy Lee dies of complications from diabetes and a heart attack at the age of 82 in Los Angeles, Bel Air, California, United States.

Lee received her Nobel Prize at age 83. In 1988 she won the Best Poetry Prize and was awarded the World's Most Powerful Poetry Prize. In 1988, she won the Most Powerful Poetry Prize at age 83. In 1988 she won the Best Poetry Prize and was awarded the World's Most Powerful Poetry Prize. In 1987 she won the Most Powerful Poetry Prize and was named The Most Powerful Poetry Prize for her book My Father Was. In 1987 she won the Highest Creative Writing Award in Poetry. In 1986 she won the Most Powerful Poetry Prize for her first novel The Man Who Would Be Queen of Great Britain. In 1988 she won the Most Powerful Poetry Prize for her novel The Red Sky.

On May 15th in 1988 she won the Hugo of the Year for her novel Dies to the Death of an Unfinished Child. On May 16th she won the Hugo of the Year for her novel A Night at the Theatre. On May 17th she won the New York Huguenote for her novel I, The Spirit of Love.

On May 24th she was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature for her novel One in which there are thousands and thousands of pages. On May 26th she was.

Thursday, January 20, 2022

On the Road to Depression

 76 Years Ago Today

Sunday 20th of January 1946
Film director David Keith Lynch is born in Missoula, Montana, United States. 
In 1951 he was the son of a man and his mother, Richard Keith Lynch (aka Ritz). During his childhood, Keith and his wife Elizabeth got divorced.

In the early 50's, in a small town near the border between Wyoming and Montana (near Custer) David got out of his parents' home and was a local TV newsman. Keith was involved in local radio broadcasts including World News Live, West, the World News in Montana, the World.FM radio station in Montana (the station ran during World News.FM Montana) and the weekly talk radio show World Morning (it is now seen as a public radio station by the public). While working at News-talk and working for his friends in the Radio Business Weekly, David was accused of having sex with another woman on numerous occasions. It would be a long time before the first allegations were exposed. Finally David settled into a normal life, and took up writing for the San Diego Star (a news publication, not the paper that ran his newspaper), and later the Daily News.

During his college days, he worked as a special assistant for a reporter. He also took care of a small newspaper that ran a news story called, "On the Road to Depression." In his later years, he worked in the News Bureau for the Kansas City.

Wednesday, January 19, 2022

A Second Birthmark Was also Made in 1948

 92 Years Ago Today

Sunday 19th of January 1930
Actress and animal rights activist Tippi Nathalie Kay Hedren is born in New Ulm, Minnesota, United States. For much of her career Hedren's year of birth was listed as 1935, although in 2004 she acknowledged that she was actually born in 1930. 
Nevertheless, Hedren has maintained that at some point she met George Peebles.
Furthermore, although George Peebles has denied that he lived in New Ulm at any point during his life, and thus the claim of existence of his mother's birthmark still exists, he states that she lived "at the time of my departure".
A second birthmark was also made in 1948. Although George Peebles had the birthmark "A", it was not in 1934. Evidence that the two were in-between did not exist until 1998 when a copy of the original birthmark was obtained by researcher Peter Reiter of Princeton University - in which the birthmark was made known.
Hedren also said that Fred Kostrom had a "unique unique mark", I believe it is a mark on the wall in the museum, as well as a very high score that indicates that we have no children of that stature, I believe it may be some kind of "specialty mark", but as for this matter, we do not know.

All Photographs Were Made by Cindy Morris and Are Copyright from Copyright of Her Book Stolen Pictures by Cindy Morris

 68 Years Ago Today

Tuesday 19th of January 1954
Photographer Cindy Cynthia Morris Sherman is born in Glen Ridge, New Jersey, United States.
She is the owner of an antique collection of pictures of her childhood photographs. All photographs were made by Cindy Morris and are copyright from copyright of her book Stolen Pictures by Cindy Morris. Cindy lives in the United States with her husband and two young children. Cindy Morris is a freelance photographer employed by the Southern Exposure and National Photography Association. Most of her photographs are in the works of the same authors. She is presently married to a man in Connecticut who moved to California a couple of years ago. Cindy Morris is the daughter of Bill Morris (1910) and his wife Mary Morris, both of New Jersey. Jim Moore was born February 12, 1931 in New Jersey in Brooklyn, New York. He began painting on July 3, 1965 and completed the drawings by December 19, 1964. Jim has an interest in photographs from many different countries including Europe at present and is interested in their authenticity. Cindy has been recognized by a number of independent photographers around the world such as The Observer Magazine, The San Antonio Express-News, The Mercury News and many other publications. Recently Jim has appeared in numerous magazines and has received most prominent press coverage. He will be featured on many national TV stations and publications in the future. Jim lives in an elegant house on this property, the home of Mark K. He has also appeared on ABC television

There Are Now Several Versions of These Photographs

 41 Years Ago Today

Monday 19th of January 1981
Photographer Francesca Woodman commits suicide by jumping out of a loft window at the age of 23 in New York City, New York, United States.
While working for the News and World Service, she participated in a wide variety of activities including the New York Giants playing in Madison Square Garden, concerts and sports activities. She spent two and a half months behind bars when she was found not guilty of this offense. It was then reported by the American-Press that Woodman had just jumped out of the loft window, and the jury of over 20,000 people unanimously found her guilty of this crime. She was a good friend of many, many others.
Tuesday 23rd January 1981
There are now several versions of these photographs. The first is from the beginning of December 1980 that was taken on September 13, 1985, for the Los Angeles Times magazine, which published a number of articles that included such articles as "The Real Disappearance of Francesca Woodman," "Was the Man in this Stairway There?" This is also from 1974 that was published at the Los Angeles Times. The second version is from 1987 in which the same photograph was reproduced a large number of times on the Daily News, which published several newspaper articles including such articles as, "Woman found killed by police after leaping to her death from the building," "Man in 's window' caught on camera", later arrested for vehicular.

His Body Was Moved to a Museum Where Bohlmann Worked for a Few Years

 13 Years Ago Today

Monday 19th of January 2009
Serial art vandal Hans-Joachim Bohlmann dies of cancer at the age of 72 in Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany.
His body was moved to a museum where Bohlmann worked for a few years. His father and brothers spent their honeymoon at the zoo with a group of young German kids. In his last interview during a visit to Berlin with the museum photographer the day after the death, the family said only the museum photographer took that photo because it showed how "too expensive a life these boys were on." They did ask a number of young children, including their grandparents and sisters, if their grandparents ever saw Bremestand, before their grandfather started working there in the mid-1800s. They had no idea that they were living in an amusement park. The museum photographer, Wilhelm Bluhm, took his story very seriously. He said that some of the pictures were taken "in the late 70's" and other pictures were taken between 1905 and 1928. He says there were three photographs taken of the zoo, but they all have their own style, and that there is one of a new kind of Bremestand picture that is called The Picture of Bremestand, which you saw in your visit. This book was published between 1905 and 1929 by Lass von Knudsen, or "the old bard of Lass von Knuden" and is now held.

Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Robert Is a Regular Fixture in Lecture Halls

 90 Years Ago Today

Monday 18th of January 1932
Writer, essayist, editor, playwright, poet, futurist and self-described agnostic mystic Robert Anton Wilson is born as Robert Edward Wilson in Methodist Hospital, New York, Brooklyn, New York, United States.
He moved to California to study at the Los Angeles Medical College of San Francisco, an honor that he continued until at the age he turned seventeen. He has since appeared as editor of various and popular journals and has published hundreds of articles and other professional work in many languages. He resides in the Los Angeles section of California Avenue Studios where he plays guitar and plays chess, with a concentration on philosophy. He was the recipient of several awards for his writing including the Arthur R. Schlesinger Prize, the George B. and Ruth Bowers Medal, and the William E. Regan Award for his pioneering work on the history of philosophy. Robert's first few sentences are "We should try to avoid", "I will try so I can get rid of your brains." He writes in his introduction to his manuscript that he became fascinated, or perhaps "insecuated," by the "wealth of information" of the world as it relates to the individual. He has since developed a habit of reading and pondering on the facts, such as the value of life and the nature of civilization. Robert is a regular fixture in lecture halls.

God and I in the Name of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Bless or Die with Him for Those Who Are in the State of Ignorance

 70 Years Ago Today

Friday 18th of January 1952
Tamil brigand and dacoit Veerappan is born as Koose Munisamy Veerappan Gounder in Gopinatham, Karnataka, India.
He was born.
Finance and Finance (Sri Lanka Today):
Imitation in the first 10 minutes in the first quarter of a year occurs on the Day of the Lord and a Day of Gatha on the first of every month on the Day of Gatha . It is my duty and pleasure to inform you that I am of the opinion that the Lord Almighty has declared a Day of Gatha on the first of every Month on the Day of Gatha .
The Lord, in accordance with the order of His Apostle Paul, said, "All praise be to His Church and His Saints for all this is, and only it will bring salvation among the Indians and all who are in the state of ignorance". In the 2nd Jubilee Year, I was taught by Professor C. W. Burtt at the Sor. College, Bengaluru, that thereupon the Lord said "God and I in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, bless or die with Him for those who are in the state of ignorance." In his 2nd Jubilee Year, I was taught by Professor D. V. Dungit at Madras, New Delhi, that the Lord said

Monday, January 17, 2022

She Has Been Writing Many Children's Stories Including Children's Fiction Like Children's Short Stories, Children's Play, Children's Drama, and Children's Movies Including Those Based on Real Children's Stories and Films Such as Children's Cartoons, Children's Movies, Cartoons, and Children's Dance

 78 Years Ago Today

Monday 17th of January 1944
Singer-songwriter Françoise Madeleine Hardy is born in Rue d'Aumale, Paris, IXe, Île-de-France, France.
After returning from her childhood in Africa, she has been writing many children's stories including children's fiction like children's short stories, children's play, children's drama, and children's movies including those based on real children's stories and films such as children's cartoons, children's movies, cartoons, and children's dance. She also writes children's books in children's form, and plays in children's movies and plays as both a child actress and producer of short story-based music and children's television. Born on 29th December 1934, she is on her way to becoming a director at her parents. Her children, her children's movie films, children's play, children's children's dance, and so on offer the many forms of music and youth dance which she enjoys composing and being influenced by. Françoise is of French and Italian descent. About 23 years of age in February 1975 she was admitted to a boarding school where she studied piano at a major and studied at a private school. During that journey Françoise took her child role as a child actor, singing as a child and acting as a child. At about 16 years of age she had given birth to twins, so as to make her child a good baby girl.

The Decision to Sentence Gilmore to Death for Murdering Her Husband While Hanging Her Was a Flawed Decision According to The Times of India

 45 Years Ago Today They Did it

Monday 17th of January 1977
Double murderer Gary Mark Gilmore aka The Executioner’s Song is executed by the firing squad at the age of 37 in Utah State Prison, Draper, Utah, United States. Gilmore gained international attention for demanding the implementation of his death sentence for two murders. Gilmore's last meal request was for steak, potatoes, milk and coffee but consumed only the milk and coffee. When asked for any last words Gilmore simply replied "Let's do it."
Gilmore's murder was a classic, executed execution that killed only three persons. His execution is considered one of the most infamous and depraved executions in American history, as well as one of the most popular executions of all time. Gilmore's conviction is overturned by Texas, however. Ironically, the one sentence Gilmore has been sentenced for is overturned by Utah due to the executioner's violent, profane expression of regret at the death penalty for the three murders. Interestingly, Gilmore's execution is also also considered an unconstitutional penalty that was upheld by the Supreme Court of Utah but which has now been overturned by the Idaho Supreme Court. Ironically, a recent petition from Terry Smith requesting a new sentence for Gilmore has been rejected as frivolous and unjustified since it has been ruled that Utah lacked the right to a new trial and the decision to sentence Gilmore to death for murdering her husband while hanging her was a flawed decision according to The Times of India.

Sunday, January 16, 2022

Dr. Harvey's Health Was Affected as of October 2007 When He Lost Control of His Eyes in an Accident

 1 Year Ago Today The Wall of Sound Came Down on Him

Saturday 16th of January 2021

Record producer and songwriter Phil Harvey Phillip Spector known for the ‘Wall of Sound’ production method dies of complications of COVID-19 at the age of 81 in Stockton, California, United States.

His father, Edward Harvey Harvey Harvey Harvey - who created the ‘Wall’ studio‎ - died of complications of COVID-19 in November of 1997. His son died of cerebral spinal cord injury on January 6, 1999, after consuming a potent amount of caffeine from one of their iced tea. Dr. Harvey's health was affected as of October 2007 when he lost control of his eyes in an accident. The cause/disclosure is still under investigation by Colorado Department of Health and Human Services. He was previously the lead singer of the ‘Stereogum’ band of the same name. He appeared onstage at the ‘Music Fest 2013’ in San Francisco and participated in the 2012 ‘World Wide Movement Festival Music’ from the studio to the audience. Dr. Harvey and his wife had five children: Mary, John, Christopher, Jane, John, Mary and Jill. Dr Harvey's health has been affected as of July 2010 when he lost control of his eyes in an accident while performing a session for his band ‘Stereogum’. Although he initially became ill after consuming the potent caffeine from a tea called panther.

Saturday, January 15, 2022

Don's Father and Mother Are Brothers

 81 Years Ago Today

Wednesday 15th of January 1941
Singer-songwriter, musician and artist Don Van Vliet aka Captain Beefheart is born as Don Glen Vliet in Glendale, California, United States.
Don's father and mother are brothers, while his cousins are also his mother's siblings, including Uncle, uncle's great-grandfather and aunt-and-uncle Don Glen and his parents, aunt-and-uncle Don's grandmother, a niece-in-law, Astrid Dunne & Astrid's first cousins and Don Glen's stepfather, his grandfather, his sister and uncle. Don was educated at UCLA in 1969.

Friday, January 14, 2022

Nin Moved the Date of Her Death to the Evening After Her Death

 45 Years Ago Today

Friday 14th of January 1977
Writer Anaïs Nin known for Delta of Venus dies of cancer at the age of 74 in Los Angeles, California, United States.
The publication was based in the 1950s, with Nin being widely recognized for her work on the Venus Project which led to her the publication of The Secret of My Name and the book The Secret of My Planet. An incredible twenty five years later, on Saturday 29th January 1977, Nin was assassinated by Agent H. M. Johnson at the Watergate Hotel, Washington D.C. Nin had been the leading supporter of President Nixon's Watergate break-in which he had been taking place. The event came to an end when Johnson decided Nixon needed to talk to Congress about what evidence he had given about an assassination attempt. Nin's role in initiating the Watergate break-in proved to be key to the success of Nixon's campaign to get Nixon out of office. On Sunday 31st January 1978, Nin moved the date of her death to the evening after her death.
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Thursday, January 13, 2022

The Exact Dates of Gurdjieff's Birth May Depend on Who You Ask

 156 Years Ago Today

Saturday 13th of January 1866
Occult teacher George Ivanovich Gurdjieff is born in Alexandropol, Shirak, Armenia. The exact date of Gurdjieff's birth remains unknown – conjectures range from 1866 to 1877.              A little further north on the Armenian side of the Yurt there is an older Armenian girl, this one a girl aged 18.          Monday is the 19th of January. The exact dates of Gurdjieff's birth may depend on who you ask, but it is likely that this is due to Gurdjieff's first name. On January 15th of that year, in the late summer of 1867,  an Armenian girl called Likina Gurdjieff appeared over the Armenian-Kharigari border. It was her first experience as a teacher. From the early years I was a teacher with a group, the first to start a course with students.           The first day, as I was leaving town in the middle of a day's work, there broke into a loud bang when the instructor saw me wearing a white t-shirt with a blue top and an orange hoodie.

Later on Bellen Was Placed in Care on the Roof of the Home and Was Then Given Birth

 76 Years Ago Today

Sunday 13th of January 1946
Serial killer Michel Bellen aka The Strangler of the Left Bank is born in Antwerpen, Antwerpen, Belgium.
On the 11th of November 1960 he is the second of 18 sons. He spent nine years in prison for murder then was released just a few days later (December 9th of 1965). He is also a member of the Socialist International (SIO) (part of the International Socialists of Germany) and has served as president of the Communist Party since 1983 and vice president of the Socialist International since 1999. Bellen was born in Antwerpen, Belgium and married his sister, Anne. Anne Bellen is currently living in the Netherlands.

Date of Birth: June 19th 1961 Bellen was born in Antwerpen, Belgium and married his sister, Anne. Anne lived out her life and worked as a housekeeper. On the first day of January, 1976 Bellen died in a home accident. The house in which she works was built on the edge of the forest. During the year she had a son, Triesie, who is the youngest son. Later on, Bellen was placed in care on the roof of the home, and was then given birth. He was a good student and was active in the youth clubs. He was also a great musician and was known for his guitar work. He was also a good swimmer and often took a swim.

Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Since He Was Awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Piano by the American Recording Association (AA) He Has Performed with a Wide Range of International Musicians Including Mozart, Mozart's Wife, Franz Liszt, Gustav Klimt, Robert Frost, Francis Bacon, Albert Chopin, John Hammond, Franz Liszt and Many More

 129 Years Ago Today

Thursday 12th of January 1893
Reichsmarschall and Nazi leader Hermann Wilhelm Göring is born in Marienbad Sanatorium, Hausstätterstraße 22, Rosenheim, Bayern, Germany.
Wilhelm Göring began as a student at the Bavarian Conservatorium for Music (Bavaria), and his family moved to Austria in 1892. When Wilhelm Göring retired from Breshall for the summer of 1896 the family moved back to Berlin where they continued their education until they became working musicians at the Berlin Grammar School in May 1895. In 1936 Wilhelm Göring joined the Wissenschaft, an international Berlin organization, in order to play music to the British public. His name was written on several German pianotronic instruments. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Piano Research in 1929 for his performance in several selections for the first time. Since he was awarded an honorary doctorate in piano by the American Recording Association (AA), he has performed with a wide range of international musicians including Mozart, Mozart's wife, Franz Liszt, Gustav Klimt, Robert Frost, Francis Bacon, Albert Chopin, John Hammond, Franz Liszt and many more. Wilhelm Göring is a member of the staff of Bach's, the local orchestra, where he has played as a major and lead player, and the Berlin Grammar School, where he plays with a wide range of Germans.

Tuesday, January 11, 2022

During that Time He Also Became a Member of the Quorum of Twelve Apostles Who Held that Women's Voices Should Be Heard and that no Sin Should Be Committed by Their Own Women

 150 Years Ago Today

Thursday 11th of January 1872
Serial killer George Joseph Smith aka The Brides in the Bath Murderer is born in London, Bethnal Green, Greater London, United Kingdom.
Joseph Smith and Wife Mary Dandle became the first families in England to be able to have children by non-marriage. During their honeymoon, Joseph Smith went forth and became an evangelist in Nauvoo City. During that time he also became a member of the Quorum of Twelve Apostles who held that women's voices should be heard and that no sin should be committed by their own women. In 1849 Joseph Smith, Mary Dandle, and Joseph Smith Jr. all took their wives to Nauvoo to be with their children. The couple married on February 18, 1848. The couple then made a permanent separation from their husband. Joseph Smith died on February 2, 1868 at the age of 93. Joseph was succeeded as President of the Church in 1830 and was succeeded by Joseph Wirtz. The following year William James, president of the Council of Fifty, was appointed President of the Association of African Christians. William James was also a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. As Joseph Smith became President of the Church, he decided to return to England to become a member, and in 1879 began an international missionary work in England to seek an associate to continue his mission. He traveled throughout all of North America.

Numerous Photographs of Him Were Recovered From His Body

 18 Years Ago Today

Sunday 11th of January 2004
Writer Spalding Rockwell Gray commits suicide by drowning at the age of 63 in East River, New York City, New York, United States. It is believed that Gray jumped off the side of the Staten Island Ferry. 
He was rushed to the Royal Jamaica Hospital in Jamaica and died about a week later in the hospital. Numerous photographs of him were recovered from his body, including a picture of his son's wedding ring, which he wore during his first year of law school. This story went viral on the Internet. Avery's body is in the Archives of Criminal Justice of the State of New York. Avery was a leading authority on the prosecution of New York's murder cases. The case is currently awaiting prosecution and a jury has yet to be convened. Avery was the first prosecutor to plead guilty to an offense against New York's murdered teenagers in 1963. The trial lasted 13 years and acquitted Avery at his death. The case was moved out from New York to California where Avery's family moved. Avery's sister Kate Avery, said in 2008 that she and her husband had had many family hardships due to New York's history of violent crime, but the family was happy when Avery released from prison and the family returned to their New York home. Avery was known to socialize with his sister and family members. Avery had a good time as a child and was an avid jogger. He liked to play.

Monday, January 10, 2022

He Was Wearing Good Clothing and Was in Great Spirits

 77 Years Ago Today

Wednesday 10th of January 1945
Alpine ski racer Vladimir Peter Sabich aka Spider is born in Sacramento, California, United States.
He has held various professional ski races. In 2005, he won the prestigious California Ski and Run Championship (CSWRA), winning the title in just 6 hours.
It's said that Spider spent time with his older brother in Colorado and the US, so Peter decided to take his ski racing license and took it from him. Spider decided to take skiing lessons in Colorado because he thought they were cool.
On March 6th, 2012, Spider took a class at the Boulder Avalanche High School in Boulder, Colorado. He was so impressed with the class he decided to take it to Colorado and get started on the snowboarding program. Spider's first class was held January 21st, 2013.
In the class, Spider was doing a very good work ethic, but he was really tired and he fell out of the class. He found himself needing to carry an extra backpack, but he decided to take it.
He was in good shape, he was wearing good clothing and was in great spirits. He got to the next class earlier that day in Bremen. He took the class to the top and he was absolutely awesome. He made friends with everyone that participated for a while and helped a lot.
The classes took place at a public park, and Spider told everyone that he would train with them.

She Has Been Seen by Over 200 Audiences

 73 Years Ago Today

Monday 10th of January 1949
Porn actress Linda Lovelace known from Deep Throat is born as Linda Susan Boreman in New York, Bronx, New York, United States.
Linda has worked for a wide variety of companies ranging from fashion to movie making. She has been seen by over 200 audiences including, Yahoo, the New York Post, Playboy, Glamour New York, New York Daily News, NBC, New York Times, The New York Observer, The Wall Street Journal, The Economist New York Review of Books, The New York Press, The Press of New York, San Francisco Chronicle, the Miami Herald, The New York Times, The New York Post, USA Today Magazine, Forbes, The Guardian, Forbes Businessweek, The Economist, NY Daily News, The New York Times, Washington Post, The New York Times International, The New York Daily News, The New York Times International, The New York Times, USA TODAY International, The New York Times International, The New York Times International, The New York Times International, The New York Times International, The New York Times International, The New York Times International, The New York Times International, The New York Times International, The New York Times International, The New York Times Internationally published (London, New York, Washington, London, Baltimore, Chicago, Chicago, Toronto, Seattle) and in the United States (USA).

Sunday, January 9, 2022

The Organization Is Dedicated to Making Life Better for People

 109 Years Ago Today

Thursday 9th of January 1913
37th President of the United States Richard Milhous Nixon is born in Yorba Linda, California, United States.
He was elected US President in 1912. In the 1960's he founded the organization with the hope of changing history.
The organization is dedicated to "Making Life Better for People." We will not stop until we all join together in an independent and peaceful campaign to change the world.

Möbius Died in Hamburg Where He Had Long Been Buried and His Remains Were Never Restored to the Cemetery

 72 Years Ago Today

Monday 9th of January 1950
Musician Rio Reiser known for his band Ton Steine Scherben is born as Ralph Christian Möbius in Berlin, Berlin, Germany.
He died on the 2nd of November 1950. Möbius was known to the media as the "Big Red Red Mouse..." In 1949 he would perform in a concert with the famous Flemish band The Musketeers. Möbius and his band came to represent the "Big Red Red Mouse" at the first major concert during the Berlin's World's Fair in 1950. In 1951, he scored a hit role in an opera by Louis Brandeis titled, "The Magnificent Seven" (1951-62). In 1954, Möbius died in Hamburg, where he had long been buried and his remains were never restored to the cemetery. In 1955 he was named "Father in the World..." Möbius was the founding father of a company called Freijil Köbler ("Schnell Freijil Kleine") in 1970. In 1969 he sold his stake in Freijil Köbler and set up a company called Die Spektoren. In 1969 he bought a property in Hamburg and became a private member of the Freijil Köbler estate. At age 50 he died of tuberculosis on the 22nd of September 1972. In 1972 Möbius was named Grandfather and Grandmother.

Saturday, January 8, 2022

It Was Then that the Town Saw the First Ever Christmas Market Being Held in the Town

 247 Years Ago Today

Sunday 8th of January 1775
Printer and type designer John Baskerville dies of unknown causes at the age of 69 in Easy Hill, Birmingham, West Midlands, United Kingdom.
It was one of three small businesses to form in the small town that was sold for £5 each during the War of 1812 and the other two being destroyed by the Allies. As the following text was read on Sunday of February 4, 1575:
"On March 13th, 1812, an important business to the town in the town of Easy Hill was destroyed by enemy shelling but survived. When Mr Baskerville got his order of repair repaired but only to no greater advantage than that which the business held, he took a number of small shops ready, supplied them with provisions and set out to sell them for a heavy price."
It was then that the town saw the first ever Christmas market being held in the town. People from around the city were very excited to find this beautiful place open to the public.
On April 18, 1778 a company was established which produced Christmas gifts. The company offered a variety of Christmas merchandise. These included many Christmas trees and Christmas dolls. These included candles and a box of candles from which a variety of presents could be purchased.
On May 25th, 1783, a couple were sent Christmas presents of a Christmas tree, a box of Christmas lamps, a Christmas casket and a box of candy.