Marilyn Reed bid me to see a woman, a Seer, and alas own a picture of how my late sister died. She asked me if I would abide by her findings. This is to say, what if I am wrong, and the written version by the hired ghost writers is correct?
Several days later, I remind Marilyn she asked me to get a reading at the Berkeley Psychic Insititute back in 1987 where a woman said this at the beginning of my two hour reading;
“You own your own creation. You died!”
In the second hour of the reading I got to ask questions. I began this reading as a skeptic, but, I did own a picture of where possibly my death took place.
“If it is true what you told me, where was I when I died?”
“You were on these beautiful rocks by the sea. You were in much pain. You had to let that pain go.”
My fall on a dramatic rock that buttressed into the sea at McClure’s Beach came to mind. My feet were hanging over the edge of a hundred foot drop. There was a bad gash in the palm of my hand. I could see my bone.
Yesterday I read Julie Lynch has sold an idea for a Televison series that might come out next year. She claimed a famous director bought her script about Christine Rosamond, several year ago.
“Before the Wave: The Life Story of Christine Rosamond
Not yet released
When the idealistic artist known as Rosamond defiantly emerges from a dark childhood, suppressed by abuse and alcoholism, and rockets to worldwide fame, becoming the world’s most published painter, she discovers that her road into the light is twisted, wrought with sabotage, and at the tips of her reach.”
Christine and I – DIED! I am dead to my family because they keep competing with one another and me in order to get close to the Fame & Money they hope outsiders will give them. I will never lay eyes on a family member again. You got to let us go. You got to stop feeding off us, feeding off the dead! Alcoholism is a disease. My sister died on her first sober birthday. I will be sober twenty-nine years in April. Christine and I do not want to see Julie Lynch exploiting our disease – for money! Go do your own paintings. Try writing a poem. Leave us alone!
Here is a good view of the house Christine stayed in. Look how steep it is to the water. Shamus Dundon claimed he was jogging here to get warm because it was a “blustery” morning. Christine is free of your lies! Stop feeding off our energy.
Point Reyes is a prominent cape and popular Northern California tourist destination on the Pacific coast of northern California. It is located in Marin County approximately 30 miles (50 km) west-northwest of San Francisco. The term is often applied to the Point Reyes Peninsula, the region bounded by Tomales Bay on the northeast and Bolinas Lagoon on the southeast. The headland is protected as part of Point Reyes National Seashore.
December 25, 2000 | Associated Press
A San Jose woman died Sunday after being swept away by a large wave while posing for photographs on the shore, Monterey County coroner investigators said. The 26-year-old is the second person killed by rogue waves in three days. On Friday, a 13-year-old boy was yanked from the beach and is presumed dead by San Francisco police after two days of searches. The woman was standing on some rocks with friends at Garrapata State Beach, south of Carmel, when she was carried away about 11:20 a.m.
March 27, 2000
The U.S. Coast Guard recovered the body of a drowned woman but gave up on a search for two teenagers, all of whom were swept into the Pacific Ocean while on a high school sightseeing trip from Canada. The woman, believed to be a chaperon, slipped into the surf and was pulled out to sea Saturday near Shelter Cove, about 200 miles north of San Francisco, said U.S. Coast Guard mission controller Michael Burgess. He said the Coast Guard gave up hope for the two missing teens Sunday.
At a scenic Big Sur beach in 1997, a rogue wave and its out-flowing rip current snatched an 11-year-old Kansas girl wading and playing on the shoreline. Her mother and grandmother swam to the rescue — all three drowned in minutes.
The drowning of the three Kansas family members at Big Sur’s Pfeiffer Beach — also in national parkland — sparked a landmark ruling by the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Jose.
A trial judge had rejected a lawsuit by the victims’ family, invoking legal precedent that holds landowners are not responsible for hazards off their property — especially something as uncontrollable as the ocean.
Defense attorneys also cited a legal doctrine that landowners have no responsibility to issue warnings about “open and obvious” natural hazards — such as rough currents — that all “reasonable” people should recognize.
But in a passionate opinion, the appellate court ruled in 2000 that park managers, by giving visitors toy plastic buckets — including one with a perforated bottom “apparently to let sea water drain out” — had “actually invited the children to play” by the waterside.