‘The 500 Pound Witch’

When I went and saw ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’ I saw a poster for a new ‘Maleficent’ movie that is based upon Disney’s Sleeping Beauty, who Grimm gave the name Rosamond. In the video I took of Belle (Beautiful) in Ken Kesey Square, I turn my camera off after I utter the name “Rosamond”. Because of her name, I was compelled to tell Belle my big secret, being, I am the illegitimate son of Walt Disney, who was seduced by a beautiful woman named, Rosemary Rita Rosamond. Rosemary is my mother and Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor is her cousin.

Tarantino was in 37 movies. Would he like a bigger role? He is having feuds with Hollywood, and may want to have his revenge. I made the mistake of telling women I am going to write about them. They are too stupid and vain to understand I was honoring them. They have set me back years. They failed to stop me!


‘The 500 Pound Witch’


John Presco

Copyright 2019

John Ambrose made a huge mistake of lending his sister’s biography to his downstairs neighbor, Krista K. Krusher, who weighed in at over 500 pounds. John taught his sister how to paint, and she became the famous artist who signed her work with her middle name, Rosamond. KK and John had become friends, but, was not told she was a Super Christian like her Mom, who had two hundred coo-coo clocks on her wall.

“My Mom is really into the End Time Prophecy!”

The next thing John finds out, is, Krista shared his book with her neighbors, and they formed a vigilante squad in order to bring him down, and drive him from the Mellow Yellow Meadows appartent complex that once belonged to a old Hippie dude who was in the music industry.

Desperate for an allie, John joins the Quentin Tarantino fan club, and sends Quentin a message.

“You can trust me. By the ending of your movie, I can tell you are being hexed by a coven of Hollywood Witches!”

“How in the fuck did you know?”

Quentin gets John on a flight to Hollywood so they can compare notes. After their frantic out-of-this-world conversation, John fumbles with the combination on his briefcase.

“Here is the evidence I have gathered that I am Walt Disney’s son! I took a DNA test on Ancestry.com.”

“Are you shitting me! Let me call my attorney and PI and get on this! The Disney estate is in limbo!”

Two months later, Quentin and John are holed up in the Old Disney mansion – with two hired bodyguards. They take turns peeking out the windows.  John offers this…

“Some things are for real. And, somethings are not. For sure they want the franchise on all human imagination!”

“I can dig it! At first, I thought you were full of shit, until you said the name “Valkyrie”! I pissed my pants. How many threats did you get? Maybe I should hire a couple of mercenaries!”

“Go for it, if it will help get my daughter, Rose, away from those She-Demons. I wonder who is behind them?”


Mr. Ambrose was nervous about being in the spotlight again. It has been about fifty years since the last time he made the news, thanks to Jerry Reuben, who talked John, and his Bohemian Art Group, into invading Disneyland. They needed new bodies, and raw minds. Many Bohemians had prison records. After his arrest, John acquired the idea he was being blackballed. He feared he his name was on a list. That’s John, the guy with the beard forming a human chain………of love! Who knew they had tapped into the antechamber of hell.  Pagan and Christian women were finding their true self.







Maleficent is a 2014 American dark fantasy film directed by Robert Stromberg from a screenplay by Linda Woolverton, and starring Angelina Jolie as the title character with Sharlto Copley, Elle Fanning, Sam Riley, Imelda Staunton, Juno Temple, and Lesley Manville in supporting roles. Loosely inspired by Charles Perrault‘s original fairy tale and Walt Disney‘s 1959 animated film Sleeping Beauty, the film portrays the story from the perspective of the eponymous antagonist, depicting her conflicted relationship with the princess and king of a corrupt kingdom.[4]


Before President Trump was set to give a speech inside U.S. Bank Arena, video shows Frazier, dressed in a green polo shirt, opening the door of a red pickup truck and going after 61-year-old Mike Alter. (The footage, which contains some profanity, can be seen here.) 

Frazier is seen sizing up the victim and asking, “You want some?” –– before swinging at the man three times and knocking his sunglasses off. Officers then arrest him. Protesters chanted, “lock him up” as he was being led away in handcuffs. 

Capturing Sleeping Beauty At Rosamond Gallery


The work of Disney Artist, Eyvind Earle, hung in the Rosamond Gallery in Carmel. Eyvind illustrated ‘Sleeping Beauty’.


When I was eleven I read all the Grimm’s Fairytales in a month. When my sixteen year old daughter came into my life, I compared her to Sleeping Beauty, who was name ‘Rosamond’. I soon realized she was ‘The Family Sleeper’ who was fresh and untainted. When Heather Hanson came into my life for the first time, I offered to teach her Rosamond’s Style. After giving birth to my grandson, Tyler, she had to focus on being a good mother. Hoping to leave a creative legacy to my grandson, I founded this company just hours ago.


Jon Presco

Copyright 2017




Eyvind Earle (April 26, 1916 – July 20, 2000) was an American artist, author and illustrator, noted for his contribution to the background illustration and styling of Disney animated films in the 1950s. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Rahr West Art Museum, Phoenix Art Museum and Arizona State University Art Museum have purchased Earle’s works for their permanent collections. His works have also been shown in many one-man exhibitions throughout the world.


About Royal Rosamond Press

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