PDR?

PDR?

Anonymous
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October 21st, 2007, 4:40 am #1

Would Anissa if living want to live in PDR? I remember when I used to take the trip with my family in the late 70's from Riverside to LAX. Grew up in San D. and can't believe what a dump PDR has become!!!
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S. Liss
S. Liss

October 21st, 2007, 4:50 am #2

I can assure you she would be near her mother! Probably with children and animals.

PDR isn't so bad, I grew up in Culver City not that far away. It's overdeveloped too, but at least PDR has the ocean.
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Anonymous
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October 21st, 2007, 5:32 am #3

Yeh, I understand what your saying. Man, Riverside is not all that great either now. At times I do not even recognize it when I come to visit. It is clean, much like PDR, but the easy and free-flowing feeling of the 70-80's has come and gone, much like all of America. Correct, PDR does have the ocean. Riverside-- ?
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Anonymous
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October 21st, 2007, 6:32 am #4

I used to thumb in L.A. was really ok in '67 and '8. Then in '69 you had all of these spooky people looking for easy girls and it wasn't the same anymore! A friend of mine said he'd never thumb in Hollywood or Downtown, but we hitched up to S.F. in the summer of '69 and hung out at the Filmore looking for a Miracle.

The cops came by and rousted everyone, one of the girls from Oakland was missing and they were really heavy on all of us allthough we didn't know anything! They never found her and it put the spook in me (I was 17.) It seemed like everything had changed and as the years passed it all got worse. I used to envy the kids in small towns.

Sleeping in the park, eating spagetti and brownies with the freaks, drinking from the sprinklers, crashing at where ever, painting flowers and cool colors on everything, making candles, macrame everywhere, long straight hair sometimes down to the girls waists, colored glasses, mini skirts and liberated women! Man was a time! But it all of a sudden was gone and the world was crazy in a very different way!
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Anonymous
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October 21st, 2007, 6:47 am #5

Know what you mean. Spent my early years in Riverside and teens in S.D. I have fond memories of hanging out downtown in River, S.D. and S.F. in the 70-80's. The people I met were some of the most honest and real I have ever come across. Such were not afraid to be true to themselves.
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Anonymous
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October 21st, 2007, 5:50 pm #6

I used to thumb in L.A. was really ok in '67 and '8. Then in '69 you had all of these spooky people looking for easy girls and it wasn't the same anymore! A friend of mine said he'd never thumb in Hollywood or Downtown, but we hitched up to S.F. in the summer of '69 and hung out at the Filmore looking for a Miracle.

The cops came by and rousted everyone, one of the girls from Oakland was missing and they were really heavy on all of us allthough we didn't know anything! They never found her and it put the spook in me (I was 17.) It seemed like everything had changed and as the years passed it all got worse. I used to envy the kids in small towns.

Sleeping in the park, eating spagetti and brownies with the freaks, drinking from the sprinklers, crashing at where ever, painting flowers and cool colors on everything, making candles, macrame everywhere, long straight hair sometimes down to the girls waists, colored glasses, mini skirts and liberated women! Man was a time! But it all of a sudden was gone and the world was crazy in a very different way!
Wondering, as far as you know did they ever find that girl?
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Anonymous
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October 22nd, 2007, 1:21 am #7

My mother always thought it was Elaine Louise Davis, but my brother doesn't think so. The Zodiac killer was pretty big in S.F. but there was also someone named Edmund Kemper III and Herb Mullin, who I guess were serial killers near there at that time , so god knows! Why would he cops roust kids though?
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Anonymous
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October 22nd, 2007, 1:57 am #8

The murderers you mention were all Santa Cruz serial killers, but I think the dates are a little off, (at least as far as we know.) But a good guess for Elaine Louise Davis who was strangled and thrown in the water in Santa Cruz.

As good a guess as any though would be longhaired murderer (and Manson family member) Bruce Davis who lived in the Bay Area (I believe Oakland) and according Bobby Beausoleil had a thing for female hitchhiker’s that summer. Would explain 'rousting' hippies in S.F. (although did the cops in '69 really need a reason for rousting hippies?)

By the way Bruce Davis's photo matches the Zodiac sketch, first released by police (when he had shorter hair in '69.) If the Manson family had access to a crypto' specialist, Davis could have been the Zodiac, and someone else wrote the messages to the authorities and press! (In which case the handwriting analysis goes out the window!)
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Anonymous
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October 22nd, 2007, 5:38 am #9

I can assure you she would be near her mother! Probably with children and animals.

PDR isn't so bad, I grew up in Culver City not that far away. It's overdeveloped too, but at least PDR has the ocean.
Hey Steven, why won't you post at the Quick Topic forum?
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Anonymous
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October 22nd, 2007, 5:41 pm #10

I need the address
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