“high on shelling”

ALL MEMBERS OF MY FAMILY were under the auspices of DEATH. Why just Christine? Drew almost died, or, so they say. There is no testimony from her, it all over now, since Robert Buck sold our history. If a man is on trial for car theft, is he set free because his history was sold?

Rosamond Press

The Story of Rosamond

by

Jon Presco

Copyright 2017

Lying Tom Snyder says Rosemary and Lillian were high on “shelling”. This word is not applicable to going down to the sea, but rather, to bombard with shells. Tom let’s Rosamond’s fans have it! He pounds them with bullshit, then, demonizes Christine. She is out of control, not in her right mind. She is a danger to herself and others around her.

The Bentons lived about six miles from Asilomar State Beach which is known for it tide-pools. How many times did they take a quick jaunt to this SAFE beach in order to appease their raging addiction? How many shells do they have piled up at home? It could be said;

“If you’ve seen one tide-pool, you’ve seen them all!”

Did there exist laws and beach etiquette back when, where taking any sea items is frowned upon, or, illegal? Why aren’t…

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About Royal Rosamond Press

I am an artist, a writer, and a theologian.
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