Monthly Archives: April 2020

Le Femme Fatal in Rosamond’s Labyrinth

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
Rena had to have read several blogs where I talk about Ronald Schwary optioning the second biography about my late sister, the world famous artist, Rosamond. Rena had to have read my concerns about the…

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Abuse of an Artist

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
When Rena called sheriff, Dan Mayland, and filed a false police report wherein she claims I was stalking her, she in affect put up a WANTED poster in her county, and the whole State of…

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Artists and Muses

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
My dear friend, Chris Wandel, says I summoned the famous artist, Stefan Eins, to come help her in her hour of need, because I could not be there, be her Knight in Shining Armor. The…

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Masque of The Red Beef Queen

https://rosamondpress.com/2020/04/15/red-dawn-of-the-rouge-death/ This is my masterpiece. The Drama of the Red Beef Goddess needs to be seen in a museum. Irene Victoria Christensen-Easton, is America’s Mona Lisa. Artaud and Salvidor Dali, would agree. A Surreal Masterpiece has walked onto the stage … Continue reading

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Dark Mark Presco

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
Shannon suggests Mark played a big role, he trying to control Rosamond’s success and failures – from the shadows. I suspect, incest. In this post of August of 2015, I compare him to Trump and…

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I Was A Good Grandfather

When my daughter, Heather Hanson, was seventeen, several members suggested she not have an more contact with me. Indeed, it was a mistake to contact me, and, it was best if I was dead, or treated as if I was … Continue reading

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The Healing Ride

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
Alas I found the road that Rena and I traversed almost every day for fifty days. It was a miracle my 1950 Dodge held up. Mind you Rena grew up in Grand Island Nebraska where…

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