|Jimmy Short (#185)|
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I have been a fan of actress/entertainer Ann-Margret since I was 7 years old, which is now more than 50 years. Over the years, I have managed to obtain a massive career memorabilia collection on her. I am also a cemetery buff & enjoy visiting those in the US & abroad whenever possible. I live in Sacramento, California, & hope you enjoy the numerous photographs I have contributed here. Please feel free to contact me. Thanks!|
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|Gina Cox||Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher|
Hi Jimmy, That is a beautiful picture of Debbie's and Carrie's tomb at Forest Lawn. Thank you for posting it. I'm making a special scrapbook of Debbie and Carrie and this picture will go at the end of it. Again, it's beautiful.
Added by Gina Cox on Feb 04, 2017 2:24 PM
|Edward Myers||Jim Jones|
Hi there. I am a little young to remember Jim Jones and what happened at Jonestown, as I'm only 36 nearly 37. But I remember the stories and it has always interested me, who these people were, and why they sought him out, and who he was and why he turned out as he did. I'm an author and I would like to write a book about the whole thing. I know there are many books out there but there's always new perspectives and untold stories. I was wondering if you might be willing to share your recollections of Jm Jones when you were taught by him in school. What can you tell me about what he was like then? The general view of him is that of a completely unhinged madman who led thousands to a senseless slaughter but that's by far not the whole story. That much I am sure of. What were your impressions then and how did it jive with what happened later? Did you know anyone who was part of Peoples Temple? If you'd like to share I'm certainly curious and willing to listen. I use the pen name Jack Shannon by my real name is Ed Myers. Please get back to me when you can
|Lee Ann Swanner Hodnett||RE: Greg Huneycutt|
You are most welcome. Glad I was able to help.