Monthly Archives: December 2016

Joisting Tournaments at Rougemont

Here are the accounts of Joisting Tournaments held at Rougemont castle where my Rosemont kindred might hail. Jon Presco After Easter of the year of the Lord 1172, the same count came to > make a tournament in Burgundy between … Continue reading

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Comet Coming

“The whole age of computer has made it where nobody knows exactly what is going on.” Trumpism Chapter 22, verse 69 Thanks to several computers,” we know a comet is coming. http://www.sciencealert.com/a-comet-is-zooming-past-earth-right-and-you-should-be-able-to-see-it-with-binoculars “Forget the New Year’s Eve fireworks, NASA has announced … Continue reading

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Scientology and Dead Rosamond Cult

In 2000, Stacey Pierrot, who was sold the Rosamond Legacy, hired Tom Snyder, a ghost writer, to author a biography about my late sister. Pierrot  put an ad on her web page that begged for folks who KNEW Christine to … Continue reading

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My Daughter – The Empty Canvas

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
When I tried to lure my daughter back into my life – she in hiding – she contended I had come on real strong to her mother in regards to sleeping with her at the…

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Blowing Beauty’s Vault

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
When I shared at an AA meeting my struggle to beat the parasites off my dead famous sister, a woman started cyring. She wanted to speak to me after the meeting. She was working on…

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Owning Beauty

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
Yesterday I found an e-mail were I have an epiphany that inspired the title of my autobiography ‘Capturing Beauty’. It is about Heather’s ugly childhood friend who came with my daughter to Oregon on the…

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Heather Hanson – Scientologist

This is the seventh Christmas I did not hear from my daughter and grandson. Before I beheld my sixteen year old daughter, Heather, for the first time, her mother gave me her phone number – to her room. I was … Continue reading

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