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  • John 8:38 am on July 29, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Dona Lola Living Room Was Like Siberia 

    Eddie’s house was a depressing place, as you will read below. I would love to have been a fly on the wall when that living room was crowded with L.A.’s finest dopers. It sure would be nice to see some photos of the interior of Dona Lola, at least the living room. I have tried most of those real estate / realtor web sites with no luck, so far. The house has not been on the market for several years.

    After the murders, when Eddie was arrested and Greg shot it out with the cops, these other characters were at the house and also initially arrested. My guess is two young strippers and a middle aged buddy of Ed’s? Carrie and Jamie were not charged and later released.

    There were no injuries as a result of that gunfire, investigators said. Also arrested were Carrie O’Loughlan, 20; Amnon Bachahiam, 48; Jamie McGuan, 20.

    –L.A. Times, July 11, 1981.

    Bing Maps gives a clearer shot of the back and side of the house than Google Earth. For instance, there was one, maybe two windows to contend with or crouch under when the gang traversed the side yard, on their way to the rear sliding glass door.

    Bird's Eye View.

    Bird’s Eye View.

    From this rotated view, you can see Eddie’s old pool a bit better. If Greg ever jumped in off of that wall, then he would have flooded the valley.

    Is that Greg I see taking a morning float with his cup of Mai Tai?

    Is that Greg I see taking a morning float with his cup of Mai Tai?


    There was me and my group, and then there was Eddie Nash and his group, centered around Nash’s house in the Hollywood Hills on Dona Lola Drive. His place was a split-level house with a big living room area that was like the waiting room. And people would come by to see Eddie, who was usually in the bedroom. It was like getting an audience with the Pope—you know, you had to wait your turn. The living room was like Siberia; everybody looked very dejected out there. But a chosen few got to go in right away, no waiting. And I was one of them. But then in 1980 I kind of got put out to pasture, after I introduced
    John to Eddie Nash. When I first brought John over to Nash’s, it was like bringing over a celebrity. There were lots of girls there, and they were pretty much bumping into each other to get to John. He was well liked up there. He was a conversation piece. John and Ed hit it off very well, and John started spending all his time over at Eddie’s. My feelings weren’t really hurt. I understood what was going on: John was doing what he had to do to get his own supply.


    The Other Hollywood, by Legs McNeil.

    • Bobby 10:08 am on July 29, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      Ha, I like how Nash always contested that his stash of drugs was just for personal use. Sure enough he had a ridiculously huge habit but c’mon!

    • localarts 1:52 pm on July 29, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      I remember reading that Eddie Nash’s place on Dona Lola had a sunken livingroom.

      • Bobby 2:53 am on July 30, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        So in that case it was almost a perfect blend of Rahad Jackson’s living room in “Boogie Nights” and what we saw in “Wonderland”. According to Mike Sager’s Rolling Stone piece Nash would ask his guests if they wanted to “play baseball” (have a toke on his freebase pipe).. it was cool to see PT Anderson carried this through into his film with Rahad asking the same thing of Dirk Diggler and co. A nice touch! 🙂

        • The Odyssey 8:23 pm on August 2, 2013 Permalink

          I’d bet money that Carrie and Jamie either worked at the Kit Kat Club or Nash’s buddy and sometimes buisness partner Anthony Mudarris Body Shop

    • Pixie 12:26 pm on June 15, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Jamie died in 1986, but I’m not sure how. Anybody know more about her or the other women who were there at this party?

      • John 12:32 pm on June 15, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        My goodness, these girls lived fast and died young. Ed and Amnon are still alive though, despite the odds. Thanks for the info!

    • Pixie 6:46 pm on June 15, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I’m always curious about the players and how they’re connected. I suspect that those around Nash didn’t all lead the longest, healthiest lives, but I also don’t expect them to die young either. Did you ever find out if Helen Hennessy ever partied with Nash?

      • John 11:08 am on June 16, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        No, I never did. Not sure of all the places she lived, but stories seem to center around Carlsbad/Oceanside (from emails I’ve rec’d from folks)

    • Patrick Engeleiter 5:34 am on October 18, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Pixie can you contact me about an Eddie nash book I’m working. Please see email below.

    • John 6:07 pm on January 29, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Patrick, please email me so we can talk more. Thanks man.

  • John 8:04 pm on June 30, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    The Drive From Eddie’s to Wonderland 

    Once again, Bonnie came through. This time with a drive to Wonderland from Eddie’s. The soundtrack is awesome and I love the Terry Reid song at the end… in HD no less. So let’s do this!

    Tomorrow is July 1st, this is a tribute… and it’s not taken lightly.

    There will be no blog post tomorrow. RIP.

    • dreamweaverjenn 8:44 pm on June 30, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      Bonnie, that’s so awesome. Thank you so very much. R.I.P. Barbara, Billy, Joy and Ronnie. My thoughts and prayers are with them and their families tonight and tomorrow. Blessings all. Jenn

    • localarts 9:08 pm on June 30, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      So true Dreamweaverjenn. Whever Ronnie, Billy, Joy & Barbara are, they are proud of this forum because we acknowledge them as human beings, not “dirt” as Holmes did. Nobody deserves to die like they did.

      • dreamweaverjenn 9:56 pm on June 30, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        ❤ I know they are. No, they did not deserve to die like that.

      • Bonnie Brae 10:06 am on July 1, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        I really detested Jacobs book right out of the gate when I read the “rag tag bunch of dopers” and “second rate hoods”. Clearly he did not do much research on the victims. Also, who says about people that were brutally murdered?? He is a complete ass.

        • Artbabee 4:56 pm on July 1, 2013 Permalink

          I don’t think anybody sets out to be a “doper,” so I agree that it was pretty nasty for Jacobs to call the victims a “rag tag bunch of dopers.” Particularly, as they didn’t KILL when they robbed Eddie Nash – and they could have. In the end they (and their innocent friends) paid for their robbery with a death sentence which is just plain wrong.

        • dreamweaverjenn 6:03 pm on July 1, 2013 Permalink

          I agree. My opinion is that the people who could commit such an act were the trash and scum along with their pal Mr. Holmes. I’m not saying these people were lily white but dang, NOBODY deserves to die like that. R.I.P.

    • Bonnie Brae 10:10 am on July 1, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks John – very nicely put. If you watch til the very end you can see the moon through the trees which we did not even notice at the time.

      • patrick 11:15 am on July 1, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        thanks for the video bonnie! i was up at the wonderland overlook last night watching the sunset. Probably just missed you on the way down. And yes, well put John. RIP indeed.

        • Bonnie Brae 12:10 pm on July 1, 2013 Permalink

          You sold me. I’m gonna go look at the shimmering stars one night this week. I love that view. *hi five*

        • Bonnie Brae 10:33 am on July 4, 2013 Permalink

          I went up and snapped some shots. It’s breathtaking at night. I tried to balance my camera on that mail box and little fence alcove. Gonna go back with my tripod. So beautiful.

        • dreamweaverjenn 10:58 am on July 4, 2013 Permalink

          I seriously need to move there……

      • scabiesoftherat 12:03 am on July 2, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        Thanks, Bonnie. I always wondered what that drive was like. I’ve never been to California, but it looks just like I imagined it would look. Thank you again for your great work on that.

        • Bonnie Brae 9:41 am on July 2, 2013 Permalink

          Thank you for the nice comments. I was expecting people to be laughing at me for stalling out.

      • Bonnie Brae 10:32 am on July 4, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        lol – it’s actually a light post!!! not the moon. I totally thought it was the moon when I first watched the vid.

    • localarts 4:41 pm on July 1, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      How many members on this forum believe John Holmes committed at least one of the murders as Sharon Holmes believed he did.

      I’ll be the first to side with Sharon and say yes, I think he did.

      • Bonnie Brae 5:24 pm on July 1, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        So many things to consider. He had a history of violence with Dawn when he was using, and Eddie definitely supplied him w/ Coke on that night. . But he was not a killer…. But the bottom line, Sharon knew him better than anyone. If she thinks he did he probably did. I don’t think he could have had so much blood on himself if he did not play a direct role in pipe swinging. I think all hands were on deck here.

        • scabiesoftherat 1:18 am on July 2, 2013 Permalink

          Bonnie,…ummm,…I really don’t believe in the supernatural and all,…but did you take a close look at the shot where the segment ended? That last frame is very interesting. I kinda sat there staring at it after the movie ended and something just really jumped out at me and chilled me to the bone. I closed it out and then walked away from it for a while and then came back to it. I saw the same thing. It’s hard to explain without looking like real nut job. I left and walked away from it four times and still saw the same thing. I will elaborate further if you so desire. If you don’t believe in the supernatural like I don’t, I will forget it. Let me know. This is chilling, however. You caught something in those trees that can’t be explained. And this is not something that says, “hey, look at me!” This is something that says, “Hey, look at this!” (I do not want to be the vehicle for this by any means. I just want to point it out, that’s all. And also see if people see the same thing as I do. This is really disturbing. Really disturbing, Ummm,…I hope you don’t think less of me than you already do. LOL I’d like to snag a still shot but will only do with your permission. Let me know…..but take a look at center frame when the film stops. That’s all I can say

        • dreamweaverjenn 6:34 am on July 2, 2013 Permalink

          Scabiesoftherat, I am an intuitive psychic and I believe I saw the same thing. I’m going to check it out again. I don’t push my beliefs on others because I know that not everyone believes like I do but I just wanted to tell you that you are NOT a nut job. 🙂

        • Bonnie Brae 9:19 am on July 2, 2013 Permalink

          YES – grab a frame. Do you know what I did a few weeks ago??? My dad is walking distance from the Whaley House in SD. I walked there and took pics and then came home and looked at them over and over again trying to find a ghost. The house is haunted I am dying to capture a ghost/entity/mist whatever anything. I’m gonna look right now.

        • Bonnie Brae 9:28 am on July 2, 2013 Permalink

          Please grab the frame and show me what you see! I don’t even care if it’s nothing. As long as I can convince myself that I caught something/anything on camera. I was planning to hit the Whaley House at dead hour. Now I’m thinking I should just drive through Wonderland Avenue at dead hour.

        • John 10:17 am on July 2, 2013 Permalink

          I looked at it too, but could not see it… hit the Print Screen button on your keyboard scabies and email to the blog – wonderland1981blog@gmail.com. I’m dying to see it!!

        • dreamweaverjenn 10:45 am on July 2, 2013 Permalink

          Bonnie you caught one, possibly two orbs ❤

        • Bonnie Brae 12:05 pm on July 2, 2013 Permalink

          I also remember reading that a girl died in Eddies house from an overdose. I think they moved her from room to room for a few days but in the end they just called 911 and had her taken away. No charges were pressed because no fowl play was suspected. But what I am getting at is that now I am going re examine all of my pictures and videos taken at his house.

      • dreamweaverjenn 6:05 pm on July 1, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        I believe John finished Ronnie off just like the movie suggested. He got away with murder and he died knowing it. Karma does follow you when leave this realm.

      • Jill C. Nelson 10:58 am on July 2, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        The problem with what Sharon said years after the fact is that if the events immediately following the murders indeed unfolded as she (later) claimed they did, she wasn’t forthcoming to police. Not to mention, her stories to the media conflicted. The following quotes from former homicide detective Tom Lange are excerpted from A Life Measured in Inches (pages 236 & 237) in chapter 7 titled ‘Revenge on Wonderland’. When we interviewed Lange, he addressed John’s “bloody clothes” story in the early morning (July 1) at Sharon’s house. We’d inquired about Sharon’s varying accounts (reported to the press and otherwise) of what John had supposedly told her regarding the specifics of the sequences of events surrounding the robbery and murders. Lange provided his thoughts about Sharon (and Dawn) — one of which is key.

        Tom Lange: “Sharon was married to him. I think she empathized with him a great deal, maybe more empathy than sympathy. She cared for him to a certain extent. If we had Sharon’s story intially, we probably could have convicted him.
        She just didn’t give us anything initially. She didn’t say, ‘Hey, he was covered in blood and I still have the clothes.’ That would have been great. The blood on John’s clothes would have implicated Sharon in an indirect way, because she would have been a percipient witness.
        That is the problem with any witness. You have to take everything as discoverable and false statements come in and the jury throws it out. It’s always a problem.”
        “Sharon still cared for John. Sharon’s game was that she didn’t know anything and Dawn’s game was doing what she was told, being the good little girl who didn’t say anything. We came to them initially and they were not forthright witih us for whatever reason. But you don’t take those things personally. When Sharon said one thing, one time and another thing, another time, which one do we believe?”

        A few years back someone made an excellent point on the old Wonderland forum that if Holmes had been on the lam with a male cohort rather than a female/girlfriend, the interrogation following would have been much more gruelling. Dawn claimed to the police that John didn’t disclose any pertinent information to her about the murders after they occured and/or during the six months they were on the lam together (and it certainly could be true as he apparently didn’t discuss it with Laurie) but one has to wonder.

      • Bobby 11:16 am on July 2, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        Sharon’s late disclosure does point to Holmes having participated in the murders but most certainly under duress just like the film portrays. Unlike Diles and the hoods who carried out this cowardly act I’m sure Holmes had a tremendous amount of remorse for his actions. Sure enough he was a lying scumbag but he definitely wasn’t a cold-blooded murderer so he must’ve felt terrible about what went down. It would’ve been a heavy burden to carry till the day he died knowing he was responsible for 4 people losing their lives.
        I’d be very interested to know how Eddie Nash feels about it all at this juncture in time… surely his old age has softened him somewhat (you’d hope!) and he feels regret for his actions. After all his actions were fuelled by a “crazy-man psycho” coke binge and pure blind rage… you’d think that kinda anger doesn’t last forever.

        • localarts 11:50 am on July 2, 2013 Permalink

          “Sharon’s late disclosure does point to Holmes having participated in the murders but most certainly under duress just like the film portrays”

          Yes, it most certainly does. Sharon Holmes made that statement in 2002 when nearly everyone associated with the murders was long dead and gone. Really, what is there to gain or lose by making that statement. James Cox obviously believed her, why else would he spend the extra $$$ to film that scene. I think it was James Cox or someone else associated with the move that said Sharon broke down several times. Very, very sad indeed.

        • localarts 9:02 pm on July 4, 2013 Permalink

          Bobby, I agree. Holmes was not a cold blooded killer but if you think he (holmes) was remorseful for what he did, remember, he called them dirt after likely participating in the murders. Like Sharon Holmes
          said; conscience, not something he had.

        • Bobby 8:22 am on July 5, 2013 Permalink

          Yes this is true Localarts. I’ve always thought that was such a harsh thing to say in light of what happened to them. It does make you wonder exactly what he meant by that statement though. Was it purely an assessment of their personalities in light of how badly they treated him (Ronnie & Billy in particular) or was it a response to how he saw them treat others and/or the way they lived? I’m still of the belief that they were decent people (Joy in particular!) just doing bad things to support their habit but Holmes’ comment comes across with such vitriol that he makes them sound like down and out scumbags. It was also so heartbreaking to hear how Billy felt such remorse for the bad things he’d done and that he wanted to get out of the drug scene altogether. I’m guessing the “long time money” acquired from the Nash job would’ve been his first step in that direction.. But then again, in the words of Neil Young: “Every junkie’s like a setting sun”…

        • Bobby 8:30 am on July 5, 2013 Permalink

          Not to mention I was floored to read in McCourt’s testimony how they were all supposed to leave the Wonderland house after the robbery. Still can’t get over that revelation! The dope made them lazy and they put their guard down and that was their ultimate downfall.

      • John 11:40 am on July 2, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        Imagine Billy’s horra when he saw Danny or Greg and then Holmes right behind them….

        • dreamweaverjenn 11:58 am on July 2, 2013 Permalink

          I can only imagine. Horror, shock, fear. And I believe Sharon. I can imagine the horror, shock, and fear at John coming to her door at 5 in the morning covered in blood and “gray matter” as she put it. The nurse in her was trying to help him thinking he was injured and then discovering it was somebody else’s blood, etc. I would have flipped. The whole thing is just beyond sad.

        • localarts 11:58 am on July 2, 2013 Permalink

          Yes. Whats even worse is the fact that Joy in all likelyhood witnessed Billy murdered right in front of her. Deverrel had defensive wounds. Billy was probably trying to protect Joy.

        • Bonnie Brae 10:09 pm on July 2, 2013 Permalink

          please tell scabies he had better get us a print with an outline of what he sees!!!! please!!! please!!! please!!! I won’t get any rest until I see it.

      • Beth 12:07 pm on September 24, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        I wondered if John wasn’t the one to hit Susan, since she survived, perhaps the blows to her were more “tentative” you know by someone who really did not want to be doing this but was “made” to, especially since his bloody hand print was found in that room, wasn’t it? Just thinking of other murders I’ve read about where they can tell from the force of the blows a lot of things. I think he had more direct involvement than we know.

        • John 2:06 pm on September 24, 2013 Permalink

          Interesting view. Yes, Ron and Susan’s room was just down the hall across the kitchen from where Barb was wasted. I always thought maybe he hit Barb but maybe he was taken directly to Ron and Susan’s room with Greg pulling him along to right his wrongs against Nash.

    • Anthony 6:14 pm on July 1, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      • Anthony 6:16 pm on July 1, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        Sorry, wrong link.

    • Bonnie Brae 12:35 pm on July 2, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      I think I just saw what scabbies is talking about. Once you see it, you can’t unsee it. It looks like a creepy face in the trees. If we are seeing the same thing.

      • scabiesoftherat 2:13 am on July 3, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        I see it at the 7 minute mark exactly. You are right. It’s in the trees, Bonnie. We are seeing the same thing then. The right side has the view of the (I believe) of the lamp post. Exactly. A creepy saw face. But the thing is,…what I see,…is that a left eye is looking at the house. Now behind that, on the left side, or back of the head, I see a face that is in the trees. Ever see Edvard Maunch’s, “the scream”? It looks almost like that without the hands. (Damn. I work from an ipad all of the time and it’s limited on what it can do as far as screen shots and such. I will be firing up the laptop soon….sorry.) Go left of the head and down a bit. You see leaves hanging out there. DO NOT maximize this shot as you will lose it with the pixelation factor. I tried that and lost it. There’s another face there pointing away from the head. It’s like some wicked collage or something. Below that is another face with it’s forehead smashed out.

        I repeat. I normally don’t believe this kinda stuff, but when the film ended and it freeze-framed. that’s what I saw. Made me jump out of my boots,….literally. I watched it four times last night and once this morning to make sure I wasn’t dreaming. It is there.

        Perfect stopping point, Bonnie. Exactly as you said. Once you see it, you can’t un-see it. I will never un-see it and, so help me, don’t you change a thing with that, Bonnie. I don’t believe in that sort of thing but that vid might make me a true believer. LOL. Nice work, btw. I offer a sincere thank you for that. You nailed it….

        (And to think I was just comin’ home from work and wanting to eat some scrambled eggs before I went to bed. LOL. Little did I know that when a video STOPPED, I would be blown outta my chair…)

        • Bonnie Brae 11:59 pm on July 3, 2013 Permalink

          You gotta give me your e-mail addy because I too saw the face on the left up in the trees and the one below – looks a little like a creepy jack-o-lantern in addition to the one in the center scrreen and then I found a couching devil on the right side. I did a screen save and circled all the creepy stuff I found. E-mail me and I will send you my image all circled. bonniebraeandsixth@gmail.com and John please delete this after scabies comments below so my addy isn’t up for the world. thanks love

        • Bonnie Brae 12:11 am on July 4, 2013 Permalink

          I’m jealous that your computer stops and freezes on the last frame. Cause mine immediately pops up a bunch of videos that it thinks I would enjoy. So I had to keep doing it and freezing at just the right spot.

        • Bonnie Brae 12:11 am on July 4, 2013 Permalink

          The face looking at the house is the creppiest of all.

        • Bonnie Brae 8:14 am on July 6, 2013 Permalink

          hi hunny – please delete my follow up messages w e-mail. and after – xo

    • localarts 2:16 pm on July 2, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      Can’t seem to see the image you guys & gals are talking about.

      • Bonnie Brae 4:54 pm on July 2, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        from 6:58 to 7:02 – what I see is a creepy image in the center of the screen just right and just below the moon it takes shape as the headlights hit the trees. Reminds me of the creepy SAW face or possibly a creepy faces of drama mask.

        • Bonnie Brae 5:03 pm on July 2, 2013 Permalink

          anyone – please pause the screen at 7:00 and let me know if you can see a creepy pumpkin face to the far lower left of the screen and far right a creepy pasty alien with a sickly looking rib cage. My mind is just running wild now.

      • Bobby 6:22 am on July 3, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        Hehe, this blog has taken a paranormal turn.
        Yeah I can see lots of faces in the trees too. Each of us will see different things in that video frame. This is a very common psy-phenomenon called pareidolia:


        Make of it what you will and at the end of the day just have fun with it 😉 …The mind is a wonderful thing that that constantly deceives us.
        Btw, I’m not meaning to be a party-pooper.. just offering an alternate/logical explanation.

        • dreamweaverjenn 6:43 am on July 3, 2013 Permalink

          Either way it’s pretty cool.

        • Bonnie Brae 10:41 am on July 4, 2013 Permalink

          I honestly don’t think any of the stuff I see is anything more than my mind running wild. Now stop trying to ruin my good time already! 😉

        • Bonnie Brae 11:08 am on July 4, 2013 Permalink

          And what Jenn said – either way. It’s cool!

        • dreamweaverjenn 11:44 am on July 4, 2013 Permalink

          It is! 🙂

        • Bobby 7:57 am on July 5, 2013 Permalink

          Haha, like I said, run with it and have fun Bonnie 🙂

        • Bobby 8:09 am on July 5, 2013 Permalink

          To keep in the spirit of things (nyuk nyuk) I remember seeing an interview online with the former residents of the Wonderland house, LMFAO, who were talking about some minor “hauntings” they had experienced in the house. Perhaps the ghost of Ronnie is still running amok. I can try and find the video if you haven’t seen it.

    • dreamweaverjenn 2:40 pm on July 2, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      At 6:48 is when the orb first appears immediately as she is driving in front of the house.

      • John 3:01 pm on July 2, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        I see it. I’m thinking it’s a reflection of the car’s computer display or someone is on the smartphone??

        • dreamweaverjenn 3:06 pm on July 2, 2013 Permalink

          I was thinking that too on second glance but there is something right above it too.

      • Bonnie Brae 5:04 pm on July 2, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        where on the screen do you see that Jenn?

    • dreamweaverjenn 5:21 pm on July 2, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      It is just reflection like John said. I’m a TARD who needs to clean my computer! I saw the other orbs that we are talking about before. Definitely orb action! I absolutely love this area. I can’t wait to win the lotto so I can move.

    • dreamweaverjenn 5:22 pm on July 2, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      I really have no business commenting before coffee……

      • Bonnie Brae 6:02 pm on July 2, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        I want to see the orbs – it all happens so fast I keep missing them!

        • dreamweaverjenn 6:38 pm on July 2, 2013 Permalink

          That’s what you have been describing. What I first thought were orbs were reflections. I think it’s totally cool. ❤

    • localarts 6:08 pm on July 2, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      If that is an orb, could it be Joy? she held the lease there. She was the principal resident.

      • dreamweaverjenn 6:29 pm on July 2, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        I am picking up male energy around the house and from the orb(s). More likely Ronnie. Joy and Billy are most likely together. ❤

    • Johnny bravo 11:24 am on October 2, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      This is the best site on the wonderland murders that I’ve ever come across. I haven’t stop reading these blogs for 3 days straight morning till night!

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