Monthly Archives: May 2018

My Daughter And Grandson Are of The Grail

  On May 15, 2001, I inform Patrice Hanson I am working on a novel about King Arthur, Fair Rosamond, and the Rose Line. When I discussed this with her in person, in the presence of my sixteen year old … Continue reading

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Heather Chose To Vanish From My Life?

I suspect the Hansons and others are authoring a biography. Without my famous sister, what to they got to write about that many readers want to read? Patrice is a diabolical liar. She says in this letter, I kicked her … Continue reading

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Keeping My Child A Dirty Secret

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
It is hard to fathom how, and understand why, a mother would not tell the father he born a child, a daughter. When Patrice Hanson sent me the top photo, what came to my mind…

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Extortion by International Provacateurs

Above is a photo I took of Belle at the Wandering Goat at the end of our two hour meeting. I wanted a photo. She would not let me. She had just agreed to model for me. I told her … Continue reading

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Heather Hanson Dismissed as Trustee

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Flip was a bartender. He became Heather’s aunt’s lover, and Heather’s promoter. He refused to shake my hand, or, look me in the eye when we first met. He looked like he was going to…

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Prieure-de-Sion Group

Here are more posts from the yahoogroup I belonged to just before my daughter came into my life. Some of the members had published, or, were about to publish. If Patrice Hanson had not began a confidence game with me … Continue reading

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I Could Have Been The Rouge Baron

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
Here is Bijan. He was under some kind of agreement with Red Baron publishing to do Rosamond knock-offs, the same way Stacey Pierrot hired a ghost writer to replace Christine Rosamond’s autobiography, and my own.…

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