Lauren Bacall Death Knowledge Base
Atheists: I thought I saw a dinosaur in my kitchen but it was my mother-in-law. Did they repeal evolution?
I didn't hear anything about it so I'm checking here first since everyone talks a lot about dinosaurs and evolution. Wow! Was I scared! She scared me half to death and she has a deep voice like Lauren Bacall so I almost wet my pants. But seriously, evolution is still on, right? She makes me doubt so many things... Ms. Fireball is very judgy today. I am wounded that someone would make fun of my mother-in-law in this fashion. She does not at all resemble a troll.
Any "Golden Age" Movie stars still living?
Liz Taylor Just passed away. :( I personally admired her and her ability to cheat death a dozen times, so I figure she was gonna get through this heart failure and honestly, I thought Aretha Franklin with her cancer and whatnot, would be dead before she did, that's how strongly I believed in Liz's ability to recuperate. Someone said she was the "Last Living Movie Star" but I don't think that's true. Lauren Bacall anyone? And to get to my main question, are there any still golden age movie stars around? All I can think of is Lauren , James Garner Olivia De Havilland, and and I think Sean Connery, Diahann Caroll+ Sidney Poi tier or are those guys too late to be golden age? Can anyone think of anyone else?
John Lennon fam: What do you think about this?
Ok, this is a serious question and is in no way meant to be chatting. Please don't report me. Today I was cleaning my bedroom and the first thing I wanted to organize was my bookshelf. Anyways, I remembered that I had a book about ghosts in New York City. I've had the book for a while and I never really read it except the 1st page. When I took it off the shelf something told me that there would be something about John in it. So I opened it up and looked at the table of contents. Sure enough there it said The Dakota pg 73-74. I looked at it and here is all it had to say about John: When John Lennon and Yoko Ono bought into the famous building in Robert Ryan's old apartment on the seventh floor, some of the more traditional residents were put off. Soon in spite of John's sporadic shenanigans, the couple's sometimes curious clothes and the never - ending attempts of fans to invade the well guarded gate of the Dakota, they proved to be rather unexceptional neighbors. Immediatley after settling in, John and Yoko hired a psychic to "read" their apartment. The medium was said to have communicated with the ghost of Ryan's former wife, who died in the apartment. Lennon was killed by a deranged gunman in the 72nd street entrance doorway on December 8th, 1980. A New York Daily News article mentioned that, earlier in the day fellow Dakota resident Lauren Bacall had alerted security that there was something amiss about waiting autograph seeker Mark Chapman, who later that night took Lennon's life. Lennon's spirit materalized at the foot of the bed of many leading psychics and parapsyhchologists in the weeks after he died. Accounts of Lennon's manifestations by disc jockeys and other people in the music business frequently take place on the anniversary of his death. Psychics maintain that Lennon epitomizes an enormous supply of positive energy in the beyond. In addition, a lamenting specter refuses to leave the Dakota. Over the years, many workers and inhabitants have described noticing a spectral girl in a nineteenth century yellow silk dress bouncing a red ball. She keeps repeating, tearfully: "Today's my birthday." And with that, wearing a sheepish grin and uttering a soft cry, she vanishes. It has been said that she is a harbinger of death and was spotted the night that John Lennon was murdered. During a seance with Lennon, he corroborated that the Dakota was haunted. In that conversation with Lennon's specter, he stated that his supernatural body does "visit" his old apartment. Lennon's spirit has been spotted crossing from the 72nd street entrance of the Dakota, across Central Park West to the "Imagine" mosaic at Strawberry Fields, a memorial to him. This is from a book that is supposed to be true stories of ghost hauntings in New York City. I'm not sure if this story is real or not. So, what do you all think about this? Do any of you know anything about it? BQ: Imagine or Love?
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