Dora Kent Book

Dora Kent Book

Ray
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January 22nd, 2004, 5:53 pm #1

Former investigator, DeMotte man releases tell-all book about west coast extremist group


By CARMEN COX, Staff Writer


DEMOTTE - Alan Kunzman investigated a homicide case that Hollywood directors would pay top dollar to turn into a movie.

Being in law enforcement for more than 20 years however, has given the DeMotte resident a lifetime of interesting stories. There is one, however, from his days as the Riverside County Senior Investigating Coroner, that created enough notes to fill a stack of spiral notebooks, created a media frenzy and still makes Kunzman question the professionalism of the countys' officials.

In a newly released book, "Mother Melters - The inside story of Cryonics and the Dora Kent Homicide," Kunzman tells the inside story of the investigation into cryonics and Alcor Life Extension Foundations incriminating involvement in the death of 83-year old Dora Kent.

"People saw all my notes and told me I needed to write a book," said Kunzman who is now the Division Security Manager of FedEx Freight in Chicago Heights. "It's based on true events. No names are changed to protect the innocent."

Released on January 6, "Mother Melters" exposes the bizarre world of Alcor Life Extension Foundation and the astonishing details of how a son made his own mother a victim of the groups' non-traditional beliefs, as well as the incomprehensible and negligent manner in which the Riverside County Coroner managed his office and the homicide.

For more, read the Jan. 22, 2004 issue.

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January 22nd, 2004, 6:35 pm #2

What sense does that title even make? Obviously Kunzman started his book off on the wrong foot. So far, then, he appears to be an idiot-- somewhat in the vein of Larry Johnson. The only question may what kind of an idiot Kunzman is.
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January 22nd, 2004, 6:46 pm #3

Maybe the next book will be called: An Idiots Guide to Cryonics.
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January 22nd, 2004, 6:49 pm #4

...A History of Idiots in Cryonics?
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Late 21st Century Man
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January 22nd, 2004, 8:05 pm #5

Former investigator, DeMotte man releases tell-all book about west coast extremist group


By CARMEN COX, Staff Writer


DEMOTTE - Alan Kunzman investigated a homicide case that Hollywood directors would pay top dollar to turn into a movie.

Being in law enforcement for more than 20 years however, has given the DeMotte resident a lifetime of interesting stories. There is one, however, from his days as the Riverside County Senior Investigating Coroner, that created enough notes to fill a stack of spiral notebooks, created a media frenzy and still makes Kunzman question the professionalism of the countys' officials.

In a newly released book, "Mother Melters - The inside story of Cryonics and the Dora Kent Homicide," Kunzman tells the inside story of the investigation into cryonics and Alcor Life Extension Foundations incriminating involvement in the death of 83-year old Dora Kent.

"People saw all my notes and told me I needed to write a book," said Kunzman who is now the Division Security Manager of FedEx Freight in Chicago Heights. "It's based on true events. No names are changed to protect the innocent."

Released on January 6, "Mother Melters" exposes the bizarre world of Alcor Life Extension Foundation and the astonishing details of how a son made his own mother a victim of the groups' non-traditional beliefs, as well as the incomprehensible and negligent manner in which the Riverside County Coroner managed his office and the homicide.

For more, read the Jan. 22, 2004 issue.
You have to wonder if Larry Johnson has something to do with Kunzman's decision to publish this book now.
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January 23rd, 2004, 1:35 am #6

He may have had something to do with it. From what I have read in the past, I would not underestimate Johnson.
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