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    fave fad posts

    hey all

    OK I am curious about what each persons favorite THREE FAD posts on Scott's sight (FAD) are...

    Personally mine are:

    Albert Dekker (OMFG)
    Judiith Barsi
    Margeaus (fuck me, spelling is murder for this one) Hemingway

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    G.G. Allin

    Don Simpson

    Laer

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    DEAN MARTIN
    JUDITH BARSI
    BUDDY LAER
    (May i pick another one? MARGAUX HEMINGWAY)

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    Shelley Winters
    Marlon Brando
    Charles Nelson Reilly
    Last edited by Serendipity09; 01-06-2008 at 06:08 PM.

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    Lana Clarkson

    Cass Elliott

    Jack Cassidy

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    • Sal Mineo
    • Charles Nelson Reilly
    • Barbara Stanwyck



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    JFK Jr.
    Sharon Tate
    Princess Diana

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    Frank Sinatra

    Jimi Hendrix

    The Rat pack

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    Divine

    Laer

    Sharon Tate

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    I have to say

    Tammy Wynette - Scott rips the hubby a new one

    Albert Dekker - Way weird

    GG Allin - Just plain freaky
    For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord. Romans 8:38-39

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    I have so many but 3 that come to mind are:
    Gilda Radner
    Judith Barsi
    Laer
    Zombie kitteh is Hungry!!

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    The first three that come to mind for me:
    • Sharon Tate
    • Rosemary Clooney
    • Andy Gibb - 'cuz I loves me my Andy!
    The first one I ever read was Chris Farley - I was looking for stuff on his death and that's how I found FAD - and then the second was Bonnie Lee Bakely. Aah, those were the days...
    Memories... all alone in the moon-light....
    Last edited by kelbons; 01-07-2008 at 09:57 AM.

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    1. the profile he did on Mabel King really got me choked up. She was such a great actress in " Whats Happening " and " The Jerk " and in her last stages of life she got shafted by her care home , the ambulance paramedics accidently dropping her out of that wheelchair and busting her teeth out . and by the woman Vicki Chamberlin whom she lived with ...... Mabels soul probably still hasnt rested after all this

    If you havent read it, you really need to





    2. Timothy Leary



    3. LaWanda Page ......... Until I found the find a death site I never knew she was dead. I always Loved Aunt Ester. LaWanda and Redd Foxx made Sanford and Son

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    Bob Crane, until I read it on FAD, I didn't know he did things like that

    Stephen Stucker, he stole the show in the Airplane movies

    George Reeves, wonder if we'll ever find out what happened?

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    Only three? I'll try ....

    Dottie West (because I love how he rips Kenny Rogers a new one)
    Mabel King
    Chris Penn

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    Chris Penn
    Milton Berle
    Dorothy Stratten


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    Albert Dekker, because of the pure freaky deakiness of it all.

    Sal Mineo, because there have been so many twisted facts about his death over the years. It's nice to have the straight dope on it.

    Sharon Tate for the same reason as Sal Mineo above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tuesdays_jupiter View Post
    Chris Penn
    Milton Berle
    Dorothy Stratten
    Oooohhh, Dorothy Stratten, thatsa good one!

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    Thumbs up

    Jean Harlow
    Dorothy Stratten
    Marilyn Monroe
    Scott Michaels knows more about death than Dexter.

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    I moved this thread to the Everything Else since it fits better in this section. It'll also likely get more exposure here.
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    Damn...there's so many to choose from....ok....how 'bout these:


    Elvis Presley
    Rick/Ricky Nelson
    Redd Foxx


    I wish Scott would do a story on Ronnie Van Zant, Steve Gaines and Cassie Gaines and the survivors of the plane crash on October 20, 1977.

    (hint!)
    "Dance like no one is watching. Sing like no one is listening. Love like you've never been hurt and live like it's Heaven on Earth" - Mark Twain

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    If you do an article and submit it to Scott, he might use it. I've seen where he's used and credited other's verified articles on the site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SomeChick View Post
    If you do an article and submit it to Scott, he might use it. I've seen where he's used and credited other's verified articles on the site.

    I wouldn't even know where to start in regards to doin' an article 'bout the group and the plane crash because there's so many "stories" that have gone around as to what exactly happened that tragic night of October 20, 1977....

    And...I actually became a fan of Skynyrd many years after the crash...I was only 15 months old when the crash happened....
    Last edited by Tony Trout; 01-07-2008 at 07:30 PM.
    "Dance like no one is watching. Sing like no one is listening. Love like you've never been hurt and live like it's Heaven on Earth" - Mark Twain

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    Bill Bixby

    Jessica Savitch

    Savannah

    Paul Lynde

    Groucho Marx

    Bobby Fuller

    Princess Margaret

    Bob Crane

    Dorothy Stratten

    Tiny Tim

    Dan and Linda Broderick

    Susan Cabot

    Linda Darnell: "Darnell supposedly had a lifelong fear of dying in a fire.
    Guess what."

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    Janis Joplin
    Elvis Presley
    Judy Garland

    The Mabel King one did give me the willies.
    peek-a-boo!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joplinfrk View Post
    Janis Joplin
    Elvis Presley
    Judy Garland

    The Mabel King one did give me the willies.

    Oh yeah! that Mabel one.. geez!!

    I still am rocked over by that Albert Dekker one.. OMG

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenny Mulhenny View Post
    Bill Bixby
    Jessica Savitch

    Savannah

    Paul Lynde

    Groucho Marx

    Bobby Fuller

    Princess Margaret

    Bob Crane

    Dorothy Stratten

    Tiny Tim

    Dan and Linda Broderick

    Susan Cabot

    Linda Darnell: "Darnell supposedly had a lifelong fear of dying in a fire.
    Guess what."

    Yeah, the Bill Bixby one is unreal.. that is SO fucking sad.. and I had a huge crush on him!!

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    Personally i think all of them are good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daphne View Post
    Yeah, the Bill Bixby one is unreal.. that is SO fucking sad.. and I had a huge crush on him!!
    Me too.

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    I was going to put down Janis Joplin but im part of the devoted Joplin faithful and I already knew everything about her life and death long before I found FAD , it was a tasteful post about her nonetheless

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    Sharon Tate

    Laer

    Jennifer Syme (for some reason is really intriguing to me)
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    Sharon Tate

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    If Jimmy cracks corn and no one cares, why is there a song about him?


    Hag O' Death

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    Scotts buddy Laer (that one still gets to me and what a fitting tribute)
    Princess Di
    Jennifer Syme (i didnt recognize the name...so sad i dont think she ever really recovered after the loss of her & Keanus baby)

    i think for me the ones that really get to me involved babies/kids...as a mom i cant even begin to fathom how unbelieveably painful it must be to lose a baby/child and i hope thats a pain/loss i never have to experience...
    You call me a bitch like it's a bad thing...I may be a bitch, but I am NOT YOUR bitch...I'm not A bitch, I'm THE bitch...

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    Gosh it is wonderful that Laer is on this so much, I loved that one as well because it spoke volumes about friendship, love and closeness.. :hats off to Laer!:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Trout View Post

    I wish Scott would do a story on Ronnie Van Zant, Steve Gaines and Cassie Gaines and the survivors of the plane crash on October 20, 1977.

    (hint!)
    id really love that to happen!! ive always been fascinating by that story.
    And the poor Gaines, losing their son and daughter that way.... so damn tragic.

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    I wanted to add and I know he has his own thread on here but not his own page in the directory...

    Mattie Stepanek...
    You call me a bitch like it's a bad thing...I may be a bitch, but I am NOT YOUR bitch...I'm not A bitch, I'm THE bitch...

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    Dorothy Stratten
    Bea Benederet
    Tod Browning

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    i wanna see a fad write up on tallulah bankhead and
    gary cooper

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noelle Page View Post
    Lana Clarkson

    Cass Elliott

    Jack Cassidy
    i think these are among the best, too.

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    Merging this with another thread we've got going on it now.
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    Good catch, SomeChick

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    Another member actually sent me a note asking if I would merge the threads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SomeChick View Post
    Another member actually sent me a note asking if I would merge the threads.
    what a proactive member....

    good work...

    I have already put mine in but they are all good

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    That you are.

    The jig is up folks! (I just never tell unless that person wants me to or says something themselves.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by SomeChick View Post
    That you are.

    The jig is up folks! (I just never tell unless that person wants me to or says something themselves.)
    What jig? the irish jig I am doing right now? haaa

    wooh oooo

    while I am here I am adding these favs

    Sam cooke

    Nicole brown simpson

    jpse & kitty menendez

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    Quote Originally Posted by ad nauseam View Post
    Sharon Tate

    Laer

    Jennifer Syme (for some reason is really intriguing to me)

    I agree with you about Syme. I am really intrigued by her death. She is mentioned quite a lot in Dave Navarro's book. She was his personal assistant. She was great in the movie Ellie Parker.

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    I like the one about, you know, that dead person, i think I saw them on the tv or movie one time.
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