My aunt Lillian said Stacey was an Heiress. I can tell when she and Rosemary are using half-truths to conceal THE TRUTH. They were raised Catholics. Therefore, I looked at Stacey’s father! Is he Mr. Moneybags? He own a famous Nip&Tuck hospitial in the Central Valley. Did he send his buddies and patients to stay at the Lighthouse Lodge? Did he hand out a coupon? Perhaps Alan was looking for a good tax loophole, and heard a great one had been Christine’s partner in the first Rosamond Gallery? Chazen was Gordon Getty’s tax loophole finder. How well did Alan know Jacci? Did she spend the night when Stacey threw a pajama party? Did they create a bond?
That girls a whip!
In Snyder’s book, Stacey says she got back from visiting her parents the day Christine drowned. Will Alan say this is true – in a court of law?
Do you see that little path leading down from the house at Rocky Point? It is alleged Christine walked down this path with Drew, who was eight. A week before, Karen Bromily did a Tarot Card reading where the Death card came up. Her husband conducted the service. Karen wrote the script for ‘Rowdy Girl’. What length would Alan Pierrot go to keep his daughter, and Sweet Jacci out of the Fed Lock-up? What if he was heading there, too? What if my sister was considering turning over on everyone, to save her ass? Who rented the house at Rocky Point for the party. The business manager?
You could say Alan, Stacey, and Jacci are like family. They wanted to play Carmel Bohemians. A world famous woman artist drowns, and, they moved right in and took her place. My nine year old niece did not care, because, she did not understand what I can barely grasp. Jacci made an offer to pay off the creditors and purchase Rosamond’s estate. There was a problem. There was a adult Heir, my niece Shannon. She could not be part of the deal. So, she was set up for a false arrest. What’s hard to grasp, is what rich and powerful people do with their money. Their expectations – are insane! We are getting a glimpse of the world with the President. He is still getting rid of the people he found already governing. He resists letting the little people see his tax returns.
To get the full impact of what you are going to read, one has to know Christine Rosamond Benton WAS NOT a Famous Artist, but, a Popular Artist, as was Margaret Keane. My uncle knew the Keanes, and owned two Keane ORIGINALS, which is a pun.
Three weeks after my sister drowned, I got a call from Jacci Belfort, who was the manager of the Rosamond Gallery, and allegedly Christine’s best friend. She was not at the funeral recpeption held at the gallery in Carmel, but her friend was, Stacey Pierrot, who Jacci talked Christine into hiring. Aunt Lillian says Stacey was an Heiress. The way she said it, suggested that Christine and Jacci wanted some of her money. They wanted another investor in Rosamond Masks. Her father, Alan Pierrot, owns Hospital Boutiques.
“To prepare for this transition, we worked with leading restaurants and hotels, like the Ritz Carlton, to develop our signature brand of patient service. The impact of this is still seen in our hospital today. Each private inpatient suite is equipped with hotel-like amenities and showcases unique artwork from regional artists. Patients are also treated to restaurant-quality meals prepared by culinary school-trained chefs. What’s more, our staff is trained in hospitality service techniques to ensure our patients receive high-caliber service during their stay in our hospital.”
STOP THE PRESSES
I just found out Alan Pierrot is an ARTIST! My late Private detective friend wondered who was paying the rent on the Rosamond gallery. He did not believe they were selling $5,000 dollars worth of Rosamonds a month. There had to be a Mr. Money Bags, who was probably getting a tax write-off.
That’s Stacey on the right in the photo above. She wears her father’s smile – all the way to the bank! Here is the proof it was a Merchandising Adventure – even after Rosamond’s death. Should I inform the IRS? That Alan comes off like a Fine Artist, knowing his offspring co-authored the Infamous Looting Scene, is an outrage against the Art World! If Stacey is trying to convince her father he should buy-in to ‘The Dream’, then she is demonizing everyone in my family who will destroy the estate because we are Art Haters.
Back in 1999 I presented an idea for a HBO series based upon Alan’s hospitals that I turn into Nip & Tuck factories. There is a Rosamond print in every room. Old Hags are rendered Beautiful Maidens. They are – REBORN! I was updating ‘One Flew Over The Coo-Coos Nest’. My God, look at the synchronicity! The Pierrot family did not know Christine and I – THE TWO FAMILY ARTISTS – were related to Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, nor did special executor, Sydney Morris, who I suspect was secretly hired by the mysterious Mr. Money Bags. If Mr. Bags is Alan Pierrot, as Lillian suggested, then…..
MEET THE PHANTON OF THE ROSAMOND OPERA! MEET THE MASTER OF THE ART & HOSPITAL BOUTIQUE!
It is clear Alan wanted to be a Big Player in the Art World. His daughter ends up with the title ‘Caretaker’ of our creative family legacy. The big question is, did THE PIERROTS make an offer to purchase everything – before Rosamond drowned? Christine had declared bankruptcy. She was authoring a autobiography. There was talk about a movie. Then, she was invited to a famous house at Rocky Point owned by Alan Fox, who also wanted to be a Big Player in the Art World.
A. Pierrot is Doctor Sane Artist. He learned to paint from books, just like he learned about medicine, from books. He has a sane big brain because he made millions of dollars. He would not want to invest Sane Money in a Insane Artist. When Insane Christine drowned, Allan probably asked if she had any sane siblings, who are Money Makers, and would want to part of the team. Mark is a Money Maker, but insane. This will be overlooked while the A Team focuses on the surviving Insane Artist. Insanity is the Villain. With tons of money one can do almost anything, especially if The Target does not know who is pulling the strings. Money is Power.
to be continued
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