|Jim Morrison was a vampire?||Brian Surratt||7/21/92 8:57 AM|
I heard somewhere that there were some people who thought Jim Morrison, late
of the Doors, was a vampire. I forget where I heard it, but the idea came
back to me last night when I was creating a character for Vampire. What I
wanted to know, waswhy any one would think he was a bloodsucker, and are
there any other good books about Morrison besides Noone Get Out of Here Alive?
Brian 'the Ratt' Surratt
|Jim Morrison was a vampire?||John Fereira||7/21/92 12:09 PM|
Just when you thought you'd seen everything in rec.music.mic <92203.163...@psuvm.psu.edu> BPS...@psuvm.psu.edu (Brian Surratt) writes:
Vampire's aren't as uncommon as you'd think. Some people are into S&M, some
|Jim Morrison was a vampire?||Susan Harwood Kaczmarczik||7/23/92 4:38 AM|
John Fereira writes:
Okay, sounds like some clarification is in order before this gets too
There's a group called the First Church of the Doors in Berkeley, CA.
As for drinking partner's blood, anybody who's seen _The Doors_
As for good books (as if _No One Here_ could be considered a good
|Jim Morrison was a vampire?||Connie M. Doss||7/23/92 7:41 AM|
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org> ama...@ccwf.cc.utexas.edu (Susan Harwood Kaczmarczik) writes:What is S&M? Kenny and I are big fans of Jim Morrison. He knows a lot
about him but I don't know to much. This is very interesting. I am not
a total believer in vampire's anyway.
|Jim Morrison was a vampire?||Ray Shea||7/23/92 12:49 PM|
In article <1992Jul23.1...@rigel.econ.uga.edu>, con...@uga.edu (Connie M. Doss) writes:
>What is S&M?