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This Cold Case Will Make Your Blood Run Cold

Girl in the Picture (2022) On a whim, we watched this Netflix documentary last night. I’m not sure if we should have, because it figured in my dreams last night. How depraved can one man be? “If you could read … Continue reading

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Irony: “Are You Ghosting Your Boyfriend?”

The In Between (2022) This film is “Ghost” for teenagers. On a whim, we watched it on Netflix last night. I’m glad we did. The survival of consciousness after death is a fact, but is only really provable to someone … Continue reading

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The Day the Candle was Blown Out by the Wind

Why the Overdose Conclusion? (August 4, 1962) I’ve written about this event previously, and then deleted everything at the request of a woman who thought she was her reincarnation. Now, at last, I’ve come to the conclusion that she is … Continue reading

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When His Need for Speed Turned Deadly

James Dean’s Fatal Car Crash (September 30, 1955) Meet the ‘Little Bastard’. Dean Jeffries, who had a paint shop next to [George] Barris, did the customizing work which consisted of: painting ‘130’ in black non-permanent paint on the front hood, … Continue reading

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What Happened to Phil Spector and Lana Clarkson?

The Murder of Lana Clarkson? (February 3, 2003) Saturn Season Astrology reposted her May 31st post about this incident on Facebook yesterday, along with a YouTube video about it. I had intended to look at it, too, but it got … Continue reading

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Did He Finally “Break on Through to the Other Side”?

Jim Morrison (December 8, 1943 – July 3, 1971) This post was inspired by a conversation I had yesterday with my son, Derek. We were discussing how Val Kilmer had absolutely nailed the portrayal of Jim Morrison in Oliver Stone’s … Continue reading

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Free Bird: Lynyrd Skynyrd Crash (October 20, 1977)

If I Leave Here Tomorrow (Netflix) For a group of musicians who were just coming into their own in the 1970’s, Lynyrd Skynyrd were cut down in their prime. I watched two-thirds of their documentary last night. Because the FAA … Continue reading

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Thinking about the Day the Music Died

Plane Accident (February 3, 1959) I guess this is the natural progression of thought from yesterday’s post. I wasn’t sure how I was going to approach the subject, but then I decided to focus on the accident chart. This is … Continue reading

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“In a Coat He Borrowed from James Dean”

Bob Dylan (May 24, 1941) Not sure why I’m supposed to feature Bob Dylan (born Robert Zimmerman) today. It started with the line from Don McLean’s American Pie, quoted as the title of this piece. Then it evolved into his … Continue reading

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A Meme Caught My Eye and “Fired My Imagination”

Two’s Day (Tuesday, February 22, 2022) The lining up of calendar date digits usually leaves me cold, mainly because there is no year ‘dot’, so whatever comes of looking at the symmetry of the numbers is a nonsense. But this … Continue reading

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