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9 matching items found between Jan 1991 and Dec 1991. Furthermore, there are 437 matching items for all time not shown.
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Nov 11, 1991
Scientology's children: "They took our lives" — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
More: whyaretheydead.info, scientology-lies.com, pqasb.pqarchiver.com
Type: Press
Author(s): Curtis Krueger
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Eleven-year-old Laura Hutchinson went to Girl Scout camp scared. Not scared of camp. Camp would be fine. Laura was scared that when she returned, Mom and Dad might be divorced. Tom and Carol Hutchinson, self-employed commercial artists in the Atlanta area, had been having marital problems. When Tom started getting counseling at Atlanta's Dianetics center, affiliated with the Church of Scientology, Carol objected. The parents fought as Laura left. But when Laura came back, her parents were together. By then, both ...
Nov 11, 1991
Scientology's children: On education — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
More: whyaretheydead.info, pqasb.pqarchiver.com
Type: Press
Author(s): Curtis Krueger
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Like the church he founded, the teaching methods espoused by L. Ron Hubbard create controversy. And they are spreading, across the United States and around the world. L. Ron Hubbard wrote science fiction stories and founded a religion — but he didn't stop there. He went on, according to his followers, to achieve tremendous breakthroughs in education. There are now more than 150 Hubbard-method schools around the world. They achieve superior results, according to supporters, and are free of drugs and ...
Nov 10, 1991
Scientology's children: 'I still have nightmares' — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Curtis Krueger
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
[Picture / Caption: Kristi, left, and Beth Erlich grew up in the Church of Scientology, but eventually left. In the top photo, taken by their mother when Kristi and Beth were children, the two girls perform TR-Zero, Scientology drill that calls for two people to stare at each other "without any compulsions todo anything." The routine is designed to improve communication skills.] When Beth Erlich was 11, she signed her first contract. A billion-year contract. Beth didn't understand it too well. ...
Nov 10, 1991
Scientology's children: Church responds to Erlichs' claims — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Curtis Krueger
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
The Church of Scientology says that Dennis Erlich cannot be considered a reliable source of information about the church. Erlich, wrote church of Scientology spokesman Richard Haworth, is nothing more than a disgruntled former member who blames the church "for his troubled life." "Ten years ago he was asked to leave the church following complaints from his wife that he was physically abusing her. . . . Erlich was also violent and abusive to other staff." Haworth labeled Erlich a "hate ...
Nov 10, 1991
Scientology's children: Saving the world — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Curtis Krueger
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Scientologists believe they are saving the world from insanity, war and crime. "Saving the world is an understatement," said former member Kenneth Wasserman. "Saving the universe" is more like it, he said. This intense sense of purpose explains why some Scientologists are willing to work 12-hour days for $30 a week. Others pay up to $800 for an hour of counseling, and one couple brought a $35,000 counseling package. Critics say this sense of mission has another consequence: Next to saving ...
Nov 10, 1991
Scientology's children: What are church's beliefs? — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Curtis Krueger
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
L. Ron Hubbard was a writer who conjured up tales of time travel and rocket ships to Mars. But science fiction was not all that sprang from Hubbard's pen. He also wrote the book Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health. In it, Hubbard described a new kind of counseling, which he said could help people increase their IQs, cure themselves of arthritis, allergies, asthma and migraine headaches, and reduce their chances of having a car wreck. The book was published ...
Sep 6, 1991
Inspector General Network Bulletin No. 14 — Religious Technology Center (RTC)
Sep 2, 1991
Scientologists emerge as creators of mystery-shrouded movie firm — Los Angeles Business Journal
Type: Press
Author(s): Anne Rackham
Source: Los Angeles Business Journal
Scientologists emerge as creators of mystery-shrouded movie firm Is it just a movie company, this one owned and run by members of a controversial church? Or is it a front? Future Films, the mysterious movie company that arrived in Burbank and in Garland, Texas, last month with ambitious goals and a huge marketing splash, is financed and managed by a small group of high-level members of the Church of Scientology. Critics of the church, who label the religion a cult and ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jun 1, 1991
Petrolia's new neighbors – L. Ron Hubbard's followers, the Church of Spiritual Technology — North Coast Journal
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Type: Press
Author(s): Joe Cempa
Source: North Coast Journal
Petrolia — A few miles outside of this coastal community, a massive 400-foot subterranean vault constructed of steel and concrete lies beneath a peaceful knoll overlooking the Pacific. The breadth and dimension of the vault stagger the imagination: 100 feet longer than a football field and 20 feet in diameter, the two-story sarcophagus is almost complete. It is designed to withstand the ravages of nature as well as man-made destruction. Humboldt County is now home to one of the most impregnable ...
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Other web sites with precious media archives. There is also a downloadable SQL dump of this library (use it as you wish, no need to ask permission.)   In May 2008, Ron Sharp's hard work consisting of over 1260 FrontCite tagged articles were integrated with this library. There are more contributors to this library. This library currently contains over 6000 articles, and more added everyday from historical archives.