In her letter to Dick, dated 3/19/2001, Patrice Hanson tells Dick of the good news about Heather finding her real father. At the bottom of the letter she says;
“He is coming to visit on Thursday. We are so excited. I guess the perfect outcome would be if we get married and had a daughter.”
This is most telling. This is a Stage Mother who kidnapped my unborn child sixteen years ago, and used her as her personal Empty Canvas, where upon only Patrice’s influence was put, proving, Patrice is a gifted and creative soul. She looks past my creative input – to the famous Rosamond – as if to say she is on par with this world famous artist, who could have been Patrice’s sister-in-law if I had not been such a coward, afraid of being murdered by the Fake Father, the famous Imposter. What a soap opera!
Heather was Patrice’s Play Doll, her toy, she making fairy costumes for our daughter to wear. But, she has recently lost her virginity, and Patrice is wanting for a fresh Baby Doll to dress up. She made covert plans to have me provide her another immaculate Conception via my male penis and her vagina, this time, verses the infamous succubus. Then – she would disapear on her broom – in the dead of night! We! We!
Above is a photo of Mark Gall and myself. Heather dismissed my good friend, a educated psychologist, as being able to evaluate my mental illness, tell me how truly sick I am, and then commit me to a mental hospital for the rest of my life, lest I spill the beans on her famous mother, being, she is not famous. Just like her husband was not famous. What a real asshole!
Perhaps Patrice had planned to sell my new baby girl to her sister, the wicked witch of the South West, so she could know what real wealth feels like. Of course – I feel nothing! Man – what a fairy tale!
I have compared my friendship with Mark to the psychatrist friends of Vincent Van Gough, and Antonin Artaud, the father of the modern theatre. In Rosemary’s film we may be beholding the doctor that told my mother she needed to come for an extended stay at the new Camareo State Hospital. Real famous mental illness comes down to us through my Rose Line, and not Patrice’s pedestrian nuttiness. What – psychiatry!
After I get my book contract I will ask Mark to evaluate Patrice Hanson for the epilogue. All’s well that ends well, they say -after some eletric shock in the infermary!
What I find very curious is Patrice made up Heather to look like the daughter of Merlin in the painting behind her. Merlin was a Foundling named Ambrosius which means ‘divine immortal’. Which is to say, my daughter is guaranteed to live forever, for she is the Amber Rose captured forever in the sap of my family tree.
There is no consensus on Vincent van Gogh’s health. His death in 1890 is generally accepted to have been a suicide. Many competing hypotheses have been put forward about possible medical conditions he had. These include epilepsy, bipolar disorder, sunstroke, acute intermittent porphyria, lead poisoning and Ménière’s disease.
According to Doiteau & Leroy, one day Van Gogh wanted to present a painting he had just finished to Dr. Rey. But the doctor refused the gift, so Van Gogh offered the painting to the pharmacist of the hospital just passing by, a Mr Rousseau. He, too, refused and so the next passer-by, the administrator of the hospital, was offered the painting – and he, a certain Mr Neuvière, is said to have accepted. See also Hospital in Arles (Van Gogh series).
Rey later reminisced: “When I saw that he outlined my head entirely in green (he had only two main colors, red and green), that he painted my hair and my mustache–I really did not have red hair–in a blazing red on a biting green background, I was simply horrified …”
Meredith (“Mark”) D. Gall, Ph.D.
4810 Mahalo Drive
Eugene, Oregon 97405
University of California at Berkeley. Psychology. Ph.D., 1968.
Harvard School of Education. Developmental Psychology. Ed.M., 1963.
Harvard University. English. A.B., 1963.
1975 to present. University of Oregon, College of Education: Department of Educational Leadership, Technology, and Administration (DELTA). Associate professor, 1975-1980; Professor, 1980-2000. Retired Professor with reduced FTE appointment, 2000 to present.
Director of Graduate Studies in DELTA. 1997 to 1998.
Co-Director of Middle-Secondary Teacher Licensure Program. 1998-2000.
Director of Foreign Language Teaching License Program. 1992-1996.
Director of Graduate Programs in Curriculum and Instruction, 1977- 1980, 1989-1991.
Director of Summer Program in Teaching Skills, 1982-1992.
Department of Educational Psychology, Adjunct professor, 1975 -1982.
Graduate instruction: staff development; research methods; instructional systems design; questioning strategies; study skills instruction; curriculum materials selection.
Preservice teacher instruction: teaching strategies for middle-school and secondary teachers; student teacher supervision.
1968-1974. Far West Laboratory for Educational Research and Development; San Francisco, California. Senior program associate.
Unit director of research projects investigating effects of teacher behavior on student achievement.
Team director for development of teacher education minicourses: supervision of materials production, field testing, and technical reporting.
Manager of contracts with outside agencies to conduct independent evaluations of teacher education minicourses.
1966-1967. University of California Counseling Center at Berkeley. Counseling psychologist: counseling, testing, research.
1965-1966. San Francisco Veterans Administration Hospital. Clinical psychologist: therapy, testing.
1964-1965. University of California at Berkeley, Psychology Department. Graduate teaching assistant.
American Educational Research Association
American Psychological Association
Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
Phi Delta Kappa
AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION
Preservice and inservice teacher education
AWARDS AND HONORS
Selected for inclusion in Who’s Who in America, 44th-50th editions (1986 to present). Chicago: Marquis.
Selected for inclusion in Who’s Who in the West, 20th-22nd editions (1986 to present). Chicago: Marquis.
Selected for inclusion in Who’s Who in American Education, 4th edition. Owings Mills, MD: National Reference Institute.
Selected for inclusion in Contemporary Authors, volumes 6 (1982) and 21 (1987).
Selected for inclusion in Who’s Who in Writers, Editors, and Poets, 3rd edition. Highland Park, IL: December Press, 1990.
Elected president of the Oregon Educational Research Association for 1985.
Elected to fellow status in Division 15 (Educational Psychology) of the American Psychological Association. 1983.
Phi Delta Kappa District I Meritorious Award for Contributions to Education through Activities in Evaluation, Development, and Research. 1978.
U.S. Public Health Fellowship. 1963-64.
An investigation of verbal style in creative and noncreative groups. (Doctoral dissertation, University of California at Berkeley.) Ann Arbor, Michigan: University Microfilms, 1968. No. 68-13, 905.
Gall, M. D., Borg, W. R., and Gall, J. P. Educational Research: An Introduction (6th ed.). New York: Longman, 1996.
Gall, J. P., & Gall, M. D. Instructor’s Manual (6th ed.). New York: Longman, 1996.
Borg, W. R., and Gall, M. D. Educational Research: An Introduction (5th ed.). New York: Longman, 1989.
Borg, W. R., Gall, M. D., and Gall, J. P. Instructor’s Manual (5th ed.). New York: Longman, 1989.
Gall, M. D., and Borg, W. R. Guide for Preparing a Thesis or Dissertation Proposal in Education. New York: Longman, 1989.
Borg, W. R., and Gall, M. D. (4th ed.). New York: Longman, 1983.
Borg, W. R., Gall, M. D., and Gall, J. P. Instructor’s Manual (4th ed.). New York: Longman, 1983.
Borg, W. R., and Gall, M. D. (3rd ed.). New York: Longman, 1979.
Gall, J. P., Gall, M. D., and Borg, W. R. Instructor’s Manual (3rd ed.). New York: Longman, 1979.
Borg, W. R., and Gall, M. D. (2nd ed.). New York: David McKay, 1971.
Borg, W. R., Gall, M. D., and Bell, N. T. Student Workbook in Educational Research. New York: David McKay, 1974.
Borg, W.R., Gall, M. D., and Gall, J. P. Instructor’s Guide. New York: David McKay, 1975.
Gall, M. D., and Gall, J. P. Making the Grade. (revised 2nd ed.) Rocklin, CA: Prima/St. Martin’s Press, 1993.
Gall, M. D., and Gall, J. P. (1st ed.) Rocklin, CA: Prima/St. Martin’s Press, 1988.
Previously published as Study for Success. Eugene, OR: M. Damien, 1985.
Gall, J., Gall, M. D., & Borg, W. R. (4th ed.). Applying Educational Research (4th ed.). New York: Longman, 1998.
Gall, J. P., and Gall, M. D. Instructor’s Manual (4th ed.). New York: Longman, 1998.
Borg, W. R., Gall, J. P., and Gall, M. D. Applying Educational Research (3rd ed.). New York: Longman, 1993.
Gall, J. P., Borg, W. R., and Gall, M. D. Instructor’s Manual (3rd ed.). New York: Longman, 1993.