Dark Daughter – What’s Wrong With Aunt Linda?

The Wicker Man Jack Invitational. My life resembles the movie ‘The Wicker Man’. I am the chaste man since I got sober.

(12) Official Trailer: Disney’s Maleficent: Mistress of Evil – In Theaters October 18! – YouTube

Variations[edit]

He stands—he stoops to gaze—he kneels—he wakes her with a kiss, woodcut by Walter Crane“Aurora (Sleeping Beauty)” redirects here. For the Disney variation of the character, see Aurora (Disney).

The princess’s name has varied from one adaptation to the other. In Sun, Moon, and Talia, she is named Talia (Sun and Moon being her twin children). She has no name in Perrault’s story but her daughter is called “Aurore”. The Brothers Grimm named her “Briar Rose” in their 1812 collection.[14] However, some translations of the Grimms’ tale give the princess the name “Rosamond“. Tchaikovsky’s ballet and Disney’s version named her Princess Aurora; however, in the Disney version, she is also called “Briar Rose” in her childhood, when she is being raised incognito by the good fairies.[19] John Stejean named her “Rosebud” in TeleStory Presents.

Sleeping Beauty – Wikipedia

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Dark Daughter

When good art goes bad.

Idea for Cable T.V. series.

by

John Presco

Copyright 2019

What’s wrong with aunt Linda?

I was in shock when I saw how scree-brained my daughter’s aunt, looked! What’s wrong with her? She is right out of Disney. I see a cat-woman high on methadone! This is the face my daughter I never met, took in, and formed a deep bond with. Heather is fifteen. More than likely she has given up hope on meeting her real father – who does not know she exists! She looks like both my sisters. How in hell did she end up – with these people?

After we alas spoke on the phone, I got strange  e-mail requests from Heather’s mother. Patrice Hanson asks for a blood test because Linda Comstock was molested as a child, and has no trust of men. Hmmm! Patrice also says it…

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