The Limitations of Numerology

 

Before proceeding with this section, I should explain why part of my attention revolves around the subject of celebrities. One might well ask why I am so concerned about them. Reason one should be obvious if you read my section on Princess Diana's tragic accident. Without realising it until too late, I discovered that I might have been able to prevent her death. Because of my inaction, I feel at least partially reponsible for what happened to her. Reason two has something to do with how base 7 numerology works: At this time, I can only use the system to determine when events of somewhat earthshaking dimensions may happen. Wars, natural disasters, astronomical wonders, elections, assasinations, and revolutions are examples of such events.. However, when someone attains the level of world attention that celebrity status commands, such individuals can become affected by the same cyclical influences that determine if conflicts and disasters will be repeated.

Still, as this section illustrates, unless a celebrity enjoys the sort of fame as Princess Diana did, determining the identity of a specific individual who should be warned in advance of possible danger is difficult. There are also other limitations to what precognition can accomplish. And, unfortunately, there are going to be times when well-intentioned advice will be useless, not heeded properly, and even unwelcomed.

 

1998

 

Had I understood the base 7 system better and had I the means to contact her, Diana might be alive today. However, not all deaths are preventable; especially those that are the result of advanced age. I believed that a male legend, equal or greater than Elvis Presley in stature, would die by August 1998. One week before his death on May 15, 1998, I suspected that the legend in question might be Frank Sinatra. However, nothing could have saved the life of this 82-year-old man who was slowly dying from heart disease.

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  Elvis Presley

Frank Sinatra

 

In January 1998, after I discovered that the legendary country singer Patsy Cline had died tragically at the age of 30 back in March 1963, I wondered if history might repeat itself yet again. Although I considered 1963 a major key influence for 1998, I doubted a repetition in or around February of that year would occur. However, even if I had believed that a famous female country star would die near March before her time, I would not have known who out of a dozen country divas she might be. Nor would there have been anything anyone could have done to prevent Tammy Wynette from dying suddenly and unexpectedly from a blood clot at age 55 on April 6, 1998.

Patsy Cline - late 1962

Tammy Wynette

 

On February 11, 1963, the "Marilyn Monroe" of the poetry world -- Sylvia Plath -- committed suicide, asphyxiating herself with cooking gas in her kitchen at the age of 30. She was at the peak of her career having just released a novel entitled The Bell Jar with a new book of poems being prepared for publication later that year. The collection, Ariel, was published posthumously in 1965. I suspected that something similar to Sylvia Plath's suicide might occur in February 1998 -- even if only in the form of an unproven allegation.

On April 17, 1998, professional photographer and singer Linda McCartney died of breast cancer.

For three days the media reported that the wife of former Beatle Paul McCartney had actually decided to end her life in what was called an act of assisted suicide. McCartney vigorously denied that Linda had done anything of the sort. Still the rumours persisted. Whatever the truth, the theme of suicide proliferated throughout the media. Like Sylvia Plath, Linda Eastman was American-born and had married a famous English artist (Sylvia Plath had married poet Ted Hughes and was separated from him at the time of her death). Both women became celebrities in their own right. Both had a love for riding horses. Both died untimely deaths. The February 1998 vector was very close to the month of Linda McCartney's demise: April 1998.

  Sylvia Plath

  Linda McCartney

 

On April 30, 1970, film and television actress Inger Stevens died from intentionally taking a massive overdose of barbiturates. That year -- 1970 -- also would have a strong influence on events that would occur in 1998.

I felt that there was a danger that a female film or rock star might commit suicide from an intentional overdose of drugs in October 1998. In the end, both of these scenarios played out.

What can be done?

Even if one had the ability to predict that a suicide would occur, and if one had a good idea who the person might be, simply warning the victim would be unlikely to alter the outcome. It is, after all, the suicide's desire to end his or her life.

On September 23, 1998, film and television actress Mary Frann, costar of the 1980s sitcom "Newhart" was found dead. It was determined at the time, although not widely reported, that the 55-year-old actress committed suicide by taking a massive overdose of barbiturates.

Inger Stevens

Mary Frann

 

In addition to the untimely death of Inger Stevens in 1970, one other event that year led me to be concerned that a drug overdose death or suicide by a female star would occur in October 1998: the heroin-overdose death of rock star Janis Joplin on October 4, 1970. This "double whammy" influence may not only have contributed to Mary Frann's untimely demise, but also to the brutal suicide of "new wave" queen Wendy O. Williams. Williams, who was the lead singer of the 1980s band, The Plasmatics, was found dead in 1998 of a self-inflicted gun shot wound to the head.

Janis Joplin

Wendy Williams

 

So, here we have examined the futility, in many instances, of knowing or suspecting in advance that an outstanding individual may die. It appears that the base 7 system is helpful in determining what sort of person may be in danger during a specific year, including the person's profession, gender, and cause of death. However, this science of prediction is for the potential victims of murders, assassinations, accidents, or identifiable health problems that can be cured or controlled. It is also for people who desire to live -- not for those who wish to self-destruct.

 

1999

 

In July 1971, Jim Morrison, lead singer of The Doors, was found dead in a bathtub by his girlfriend, the apparent victim of a drug overdose. The sudden death of Morrison, originally a poet before being persuaded to join his famed rock band, stunned the Baby Boom generation, still reeling from the drug-related deaths of Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin the previous year.

I believed that another famous young male would die in July 1999 and that his death would shock the world. However, since so many female celebs had died in 1998, I considered the possibility that the "Morrison scenario" might affect either or both sexes.

I theorised one clue to the victim's identity would be derived from Morrison's name. Thus, one part of the prediction centred around the sound of "More."

On May 8, 1999, actress Dana Plato, former child star of Dif'rent Strokes, was found dead by her fiance in his parents' home in Moore, Oklahoma -- the same town that had been partly demolished by a monster tornado only four days earlier. Two weeks later it was determined that she had committed suicide by taking a lethal dose of Valium, Lortab, and Soma. She died two months prior to the July 1999 vector under circumstances not unlike that of Jim Morrison.

In the months that followed, Canadian race car driver Greg Moore died in a car crash and actor Dudley Moore revealed to the world that he had a rare and terminal brain illness.

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Jim Morrison

Dana Plato

 

Another clue I derived from Jim Morrison was the large number of celebrities with "J" in their initials who had died between 1969 and 1971. I discovered a similar pattern existed for the initial "F" in late 1997 and throughout 1998. I felt very strongly that if "More" did not identify the male celebrity I felt was in danger in July 1999, then the initial "F" would.

JFK Jr. died on July 15, 1999, suddenly and tragically, nosediving and crashing into the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Martha's Vineyard.

The death of JFK Jr., son of the slain president John F. Kennedy, shocked the world.

With him was his famous wife, former model Carolyn Bessette and her sister, Lauren. The Morrison influence took the lives of both male and female as I surmised it might.

John F Kennedy Jr

Carolyn BessetteLauren Bessette

 

For more on the "More" and "F" prediction visit The End of the 20th Century: 1999.

 

2000

 

On November 8, 1986, supermodel Gia Carangi died from complications caused by the AIDS virus. Although a sexually-active bisexual, it is believed that Gia, a heroin-user, contracted the disease from an infected syringe.

On my Jean and Gia Scenarios page, created in August 1999, I argued that the manner of Gia's death might occur again in 2000, with another major female celebrity dying from AIDS.

Clueless, I explored the possibility that perhaps the luckless victim might have a first name similar to Jean or Gia. However, I also maintained that this need not be the case.

On February 23, 2000, internationally-known Israeli pop diva Ofra Haza died at age 41 of organ failure caused by AIDS. The entire nation of Israel mourned as did everyone who had been touched by her music. No prophecy on earth could have saved her unless it had been made years in advance.

Supermodel Gia Ofra Haza

 

On September 8, 1979, French-Belgian actress Jean Seberg, 40, was discovered dead in a parked car on a seldom travelled back street. She had committed suicide by taking an overdose of barbiturates. Ironically, Seberg was found on the same exact day and month as was the body of famous black actress Dorothy Jean Dandridge 14 years earlier on September 8, 1965. Dandridge was 42 when she died from an intentional heroin overdose. Her nude body was found lying on the bathroom floor of her apartment by her manager.

Seberg had been despondent since September 1972 when she lost her baby during delivery. Each September she attempted suicide until she succeeded in 1979.

Again I warned that something like this might occur again in September 2000 on the Jean and Gia Scenarios page mentioned above.

On September 17, 2000, the naked body of television celebrity Paula Yates was found in her home, dead from a fatal overdose of heroin. Other drugs were also found in her system. Yates was 41.

She had ben despondent since the hanging suicide death of INXS leader Michael Hutchence in November 1997. She had shown frequent signs of erratic behaviour afterward and had reportedly made several previous suicide attempts before the one she successfully carried out in 2000.

Jean Seberg Paula Yates

 

For more on the Ofra Haza and Paula Yates tragedies visit The Jean and Gia Scenarios.

The prediction is presented in two parts. One, that someone named Jean, Gia, or a fusion of the two (such as Gina) was in danger in 2000 of ending up like one of four female celebrities who died between the years 1937 and 1986. Two, that one or more females with an entirely different first name may die in 2000 under circumstances very close to those of the four women discussed.

 

2001

 

On February 3, 1959, rock legends Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and J.P. Richardson ("the Big Bopper") died in a private plane crash after performing at The Surf in Clear Lake, Iowa. They crashed in a cornfield 5 miles north of Clear Lake. Holly was only 22 at the time of his death. Their deaths inspired singer/composer Don McLean to write the epic ballad "American Pie" which examined the event from the perspective of one refelecting on his teenage years at the time of the tragedy. Although the odds of such a repetition were slim, I had deep suspicions that at least one major music celebrity, and possibly several, would die in a plane crash in February 2001. Although the month was wrong, the year proved me to be frighteningly correct.

On August 26, 2001, pop singer Aaliyah was killed with her crew when their small Cessna chartered plane crashed after takeoff from the Bahamas. Nearly the same time, half a world away, Graeme 'Shirley' Strachan, Australian television star and former lead singer of the 1970s rock band Skyhooks, was killed in a helicopter crash.

The third member of the tragic trio did not die until November 24, 2001. Melanie Thornton, lead singer of La Bouche, a group which had a string of successful dance hits in the 1990s, was killed in a plane crash in Zurich, Switzerland during a fog.

Here is clearly a case of what I indicated above: unless a celebrity enjoys an unusual degree of mega-stardom, determining who might best fit the profile in advance will prove difficult. Ironically, the answer was right in front of anyone who was an Aaliyah fan. I said the name "Holly" might reveal the name of the 2001 victim. As one can see it did ("Holly-ah"). Unfortunately, I had never heard of Aaliyah and was nervously considering other possible candidates.

That, I fear, is the reason why determining who was in danger was next to impossible. This was a job for someone slightly younger ... who knows the contemporary music scene much better than I.

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  Buddy Holly, Ritchie Vakens, and the Big Bopper

Graeme "Shirley" Strachan
Melanie Thornton of La Bouche

 

Continuing with the 1959 influence, four months after the Holly-Valens-Richardson plane crash, Superman actor George Reeves was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound on June 16, 1959. Then, twenty-one (3 x 7) years later, on the evening of December 8, 1980, former Beatle John Lennon was shot to death in New York City at the entrance to the Dakota by a young psychotic named Mark David Chapman.

In November 2000, I knew someone of musical superstar fame, a male, would die in 2001. John Lennon's murder in 1980 was equidistant in time from George Reeves in 1959 and whatever would happen in 2001: 21 years apart in either direction timewise. I felt the trend made it likely that what would occur would happen around the 21st anniversary of Lennon's death: in November/December 2001.

The person would have to be a former Beatle too, I thought, or else someone as major with the name "John" in his name. If the man's name was "George," however (after George Reeves), he would have to be Beatle George Harrison. The problem was that George Harrison had already been attacked in December 1999 ... and survived. It seemed unlikely that he would be in danger once again in 2001.

Thus was born the Elton John Prophecy page, Elton John being the only "John" worthy of being compared to a former Beatle. However, I included the possibility that lightning might strike twice and George Harrison's life might instead be in peril in November/December 2001.

And so it went all year. Not much mention of Elton John in the news. But in June, reports surfaced that George Harrison had cancer. Meanwhile, actor Jack Lemmon died. His name was one of five others I felt would be fatally affected by the name "John Lennon." Then, in July, came a report that Harrison said he did not have long to live, followed the next day by his angry denial.

I suppose I knew when Aaliyah's plane crashed in August that it would probably be a "George" that would die at the end of the year, rather than a "John." But it was too late to radically alter the Elton John Prophecy. Besides, I had no need to -- Harrison was mentioned in the prophecy as the only major alternative to Sir Elton John.

On November 29, 2001, George Harrison succumbed to brain cancer. I knew with a certainty one week before his death that his time had come.

Nothing could have been done: apparently Mr Harrison had been a sick man for quite some time. I never knew.

By a strange twist of fate, former Beatle George Harrison had met the same fate as John Lennon, only in slow-motion. He had been attacked by a man intent on killing him in December 1999, but survived, only to die two years later. On schedule.

And what of Elton John? It would appear he is out of the woods, I sincerely hope. Still, I would err on the side of caution throughout most of 2002.

George Reeves - died 1959John Lennon - died 1980 George Harrison - died 2001

 

For more on George Harrison, Elton John, "the Lennon list," and the mysterious death of George Reeves visit The Elton John Prophecy.

 

2002

 

On June 29, 1967, the woman second only to Marilyn Monroe as the world's sex symbol, actress and entertainer Jayne Mansfield, died from injuries received when her car crashed into a mosquito spraying truck on a Lousiana backroad. Given that Princess Diana, the modern Marilyn Monroe, died in August 1997, a Mansfield-type death seemed almost certain in June /July 2002, 35 (7 x 5) years later. Failing that, or in addition to that, there existed the potential for a suspicious death/murder occurring in November 2002 similar to Natalie Wood's drowning on November 29, 1981, 21 (3 x 7) years earlier, or a brutal murder similar to that of Mexican diva Selena's on March 31, 1995 (7 years earlier) or model Linda Sobek's on November 9, 1995 (also 7 years earlier).

The two most logical candidates for the Mansfield car crash scenario were blonde pop icon Madonna and blonde model/actress Pamela Anderson. Anderson, in particular, was a dead ringer for Jayne Mansfield and the same age she was when she died: 34. Madonna was truly only second to Diana in fame (like Jayne Mansfield was to Marilyn Monroe) and was the same age as Natalie Wood when she died: 43.

To make matters worse, there was a Nostradamus quatrain that appeared to warn someone named "Modena" that she would come to harm after appearing in a theatre play by two conspirators plotting in the audience: an "artist" and a "monk." In another quatrain he mentions an "exalted blonde" who is a "supreme" or "star" and says she will be strangled in bed.

It seemed that, like 1997, danger to Madonna or Pamela Anderson was certain. And for once I had the details of what might happen and, subsequently, the means by which either of these two women could recognise themselves in the presentations, the dangers they were in, and thus be able to take preventive action.

Perhaps that is exactly what happened: We will probably never know. A lot of strange things happened to Madonna during her first theatre play since 1989. She had a "safe room" or "panic room" installed, She was stalked twice, once on the set of the play. In 2001, she made a music video where she committed suicide by crashing her car into a lamp pole and a BMW commercial where she parodied Princess Diana's death crash.

Meanwhile in March 2002, Pamela Anderson announced that she was seeking treatment for the potentially deadly liver ailment, hepatitis c.

As June 2002 approached, one by one, horrific car crashes claimed the lives of several female and male celebrities. Actress Linda Lovelace, famous for her Deep Throat porno films in the 1970s, was one of the victims.

Linda Lovelace as Jayne Mansfield? Unlikely, yet, perhaps there was a "poetic" warning involved here, silly as it may sound: Jayne Mansield was made more famous posthumously because she lost her head during the crash that killed her, while Linda Lovelace was made forever famous for giving head in her films.

Interestingly enough, on November 29, 2002, the 21st anniversary of Natalie Wood's death, former blonde babe, Zsa Zsa Gabor, was nearly killed in a car crash. Only two months later, in February 3, 2003, sexy, blonde actress Lana Clarkson was shot dead by music producer and promoter Phil Spector. Like Natalie Wood, she had appeared in the 1983 film, Brainstorm.

In any event, major star Madonna lives on, although the Nostradamus quatrains I mentioned still hold danger for her up through December 2005. Pamela Anderson remains ill with hepatitis c, and has reportedly said she has only another ten years left to live, give or take a few years.

Jayne Mansfield Linda Lovelace
Jayne lost head Linda gave head
Jayne Mansfield Pamela Anderson
Car crashed Liver crashed
Jayne Mansfield Zsa Zsa Gabor
Fatal Car Accident Near-Fatal Car Accident
Natalie Wood - Brainstorm Lana Clarkson - Brainstorm
Natalie Wood from set of Brainstorm - Murdered? Lana Clarkson from set of Brainstorm - Murdered?

 

For more on Madonna and Pamela Anderson, the karmic influences made by the strange deaths of actresses Jayne Mansfield and Natalie Wood, poet Anne Sexton, singers Mama Cass Elliot and Selena, and others, and how Nostradamus may have foreseen danger specifically to the persons of Madonna and Britney Spears in 2004 or 2005, visit The Madonna-Pamela Anderson Prophecy (Part One), The Madonna-Pamela Prophecy (Part Two) and 2004 (Part Two).

 

2003

 

On March 5, 1982, legendary comedian John Belushi died of an overdose of heroin and cocaine at the age of 33. Belushi had been a regular on TV's "Saturday Night Live," then went on to star in movies such as "Animal House" and "The Blues Brothers."

Again, it made sense to warn that another major comedian who could owe his fame and career to a television show, would die young from a drug overdose or from natural causes in March 2003, shocking a multitude of fans.

It happened later than March and, in this case, it was another comic named "John" -- a potential clue I ignored when I made my projection because exact first name matches are not reliably consistent (as the "Jean"/"Gia" prediction proved in 2000).

On September 12, 2003, actor and comedian John Ritter died unexpectedly at age 54 after he was rushed to the hospital for a dissection of the aorta. Ritter was best known for his role as Jack Tripper on the long-running television sitcom, "Three's Company."

John Belushi John Ritter

 

On July 2, 1996, actress and model Margaux Hemingway committed suicide by taking an overdose of pills. It occurred on the anniversary of the suicide of her famous grandfather, Ernest Hemingway. Although she had found success early in life, in movies like "Lipstick," luck soon turned against her. With her career on the rocks, her neighbours reported that she hadn't been seen in over a week. Police found her naked body lying dead inside her studio apartment at 139 Fraser Street, Santa Monica.

I believed some variation of this event would repeat again in July 2003. Two clues seemed apparent: the suicide would likely be a blonde and might also possibly come from a very famous family, perhaps bearing the family name. However, this is also a feature of the child star who grows up to become a famous actor or actress. She would commit suicide by means unknown or die from a drug overdose.

Two events occurred that confirmed the prediction - however, we would only find out about one of these two years later, in May 2005. One was an attempted suicide, the other a successful suicide or accidental death. This may explain the "means unknown" aspect of the prediction.

It has only recently been revealed by actress and former child star Brooke Shields in interviews and a book that after the birth of her daughter in June 2003, she suffered from post-partum depression and considered throwing herself out an upstairs window in July 2003. The 39-year-old actress considered other methods of suicide that month and for some time later, but did not give in to the impulse.

Then, in her stead it seems, another took her life. Someone of a famous family who was a blonde. On October 25, 2003, the body of songwriter Rosie Nix Adams, 45, daughter of late country music legend June Carter Cash, was found alongside the body of bluegrass musician Jimmy Campbell in a bus parked off a highway. The bus wreaked of propane gas fumes from burning propane lanterns and authorities found drug needles near the bodies. The deaths appeared to be caused by carbon monoxide poisoning. To this day it is not known if the deaths were accidental or suicide. Rosie Nix was dying from cancer.

Adams' mother June Carter Cash died in May 2003 and her stepfather, country superstar Johnny Cash, died the previous month. With Rosie's death, 2003 was a triple tragedy for the famous Cash family.

Margaux Hemingway Brooke ShieldsRosie Nix Adams

 

The most sensational predictions for 2003 revolved around anticipated base 7 repetitions of aspiring actress murders that occurred from 1947 thru 1989 and an unusual murder in 1982 involving one of the stars of the Poltergeist film. Because the actresses involved were either young and "aspiring" or B-film actresses looking for a big break, finding out the identities of the women in danger in 2003 was virtually impossible.

We start 14 (2 x 7) years before the 2003 vector with the murder of actress Rebecca Schaeffer, age 21. She had starred in the TV sitcom, My Sister Sam, and one film, The End of Innocence. The future looked bright on July 18, 1989 when she prepared to meet with director Francis Ford Coppola to audition for his film, Godfather III. However, when she opened the door to her apartment she found herself face to face with a man named John Bardo, a deranged fan who had been stalking her for over two years. Bardo shot Schaeffer in the chest. She died instants later.

Bardo's idea to kill Rebecca Schaeffer was inspired, he admitted when under questioning, by a similar event that occurred seven years earlier.

In 1982, 7 years before the Schaeffer murder, actress Theresa Saldana was herself attacked by a homicidal fan. Saldana, like Schaeffer, was an "up and coming" actress. She had starred in several films since her debut in 1978: I Wanna Hold Your Hand, Defiance, and Raging Bull. A whacked-out fan named Arthur Jackson planned to get caught and executed after murdering Saldana so he could join her in death. When Saldana opened the door of her apartment, Jackson pulled a knife and stabbed her ten times. A deliveryman intervened and disabled the stalker.

Fortunately, Theresa Saldana survived her injuries and went on to continue with her film career.

I traced the line back another 7 years and discovered yet another similar situation to Schaffer and Saldana: 36-year-old actress Barbara Colby was gunned down on July 24, 1975 along with actor James Kiernan as they walked to her car after teaching an acting class in Los Angeles. She had appeared in the TV series The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Columbo, and The Odd Couple.

The origin of this horrid line of tragic death by homicide was finally uncovered in the year 1947 in the month of January. It remains one of the most gruesome Hollywood murders in the history of crime: The Black Dahlia Murder.

Elizabeth Short, nicknamed "The Black Dahlia" because she always wore black clothes, was a 22-year-old aspiring model who wished to act in movies. Although there are plenty of press release publicity photos of Short, she never realised her dream.

On the night of January 14, 1947 she was last seen leaving the Biltmore Hotel with a "gentleman" -- quite possibly someone posing as a studio agent. Her body was found, severed in half, in the Crenshaw District January 15, 1947.

Like The Black Dahlia, no one had to wait for long to find out who the next victim of a stalker or someone passing himself off as an agent promising to further her career would be. Short had been murdered in late January 1947. Now it was the start of February 2003.

February 4, 2003 to be precise. And this is, without question, the most sensational murder of this type and on this timeline since The Black Dahlia.

Legendary record producer and "Wall of Sound" creator Phil Spector was arrested on suspicion of murder in the early-morning shooting death of actress Lana Clarkson at his home and was later released on bail. Clarkson, 40, was found shot to death in the foyer of Spector's hilltop estate. She starred in the 1985 B-movie "Barbarian Queen" and appeared in many other films, including "DeathStalker," "Blind Date," "Scarface," "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" and the spoof "Amazon Women on the Moon."

It would appear that Lana Clarkson was lured by Phil Spector to his mansion with a promise of giving her a big break in her career (Elizabeth Short, The Black Dahlia, was likewise lured by someone posing as a studio agent). The two met at the House of Blues, where Clarkson worked as a waitress. It is likely that Spector expected sexual favours in return for his help. The two either engaged in kinky sex or Clarkson refused to submit to his advances. Spector threatened Clarkson with a gun, something previous girlfriends have said was a common happening with Spector during or after lovemaking, and killed her in a drunken fit or by accident. Or, as claimed by Spector in court testimony in 2005, Lana's behaviour grew increasing bizarre, she began "playing" with the gun by performing "fellatio" on it, and shot herself ... accidentally or intentionally.

One gruesome detail regarding the condition of the body is that a number of teeth and tooth fragments were found scattered with blood on the floor of the room. The murder (or whatever the verdict for cause of death turns out to be) was therefore grisly; just like The Black Dahlia murder.

Also, like Short, Lana was looking for a big break. At age 40, she was only 4 years older than Barbara Colby, but almost 20 years older than Short or Schaeffer, and about 12 years older than Saldana. Rather than "up-and-coming" seeking a break, she was an established B-film actress looking for possible A stardom.

At this writing (5.30.05), the trial of Phil Spector for the murder of Lana Clarkson is still in progress.

Elizabeth Short, "The Black Dahlia" Lana Clarkson - Brainstorm

 

As mentioned above,the other actress murder forecast was for a repetiton of the murder of Poltergeist film star, 22-year-old Dominique Dunne. On October 30, 1982, she was strangled into a coma by her abusive ex-boyfriend and died on November 4. There were no other incidents of this type either before 1982 or since on the same timeline (or any other timeline for that matter). I fully expected this projection to fail.

Unfortunately, it didn't.

22-year-old actress Lyric Benson died April 25, 2003, from injuries suffered when she was shot in the face by her ex-boyfriend, who then killed himself, officials said. She had just completed an episode of NBC's "Law & Order: Criminal Intent."

She was shot early the day before in her apartment doorway with her mother nearby. Ex-boyfriend Robert Ambrosino, 33, took his own life within seconds, police said. Acquaintances said Benson ended the relationship weeks before after a religious reawakening prompted her to rethink their living together.

Later that year, on August 1, 2003, French actress Marie Trintignant died of cerebral edema at the age of 41. The actress, who had four children, was in a coma when she arrived at the hospital and underwent emergency surgery twice to ease pressure on her brain caused by cerebral hemorrhaging. Her death was caused by repeated blows to the head. Trintignant's boyfriend, French rock singer Bertrand Cantat, became the prime suspect in her death and his trial is still in progress at this writing (5.30.05).

Dominique Dunne Lyric Benson Marie Trintignant

 

For more on the Schaeffer/Short influence and more details regarding the murder case of Lana Clarkson (including a dream I had the morning of the Columbia Disaster where dead astronaut Laurel Clark appeared to be warning of Clarkson's murder three days before it happened), as well as more complete reports concerning the actresses whose lives became a tragic replay of Dominque Dunne's, visit 2003 (Part Two).

 


 

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