The house at 2312 Littler Lane - WOW!

The house at 2312 Littler Lane - WOW!

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September 27th, 2009, 5:29 am #1

I've been a fan of Anissa Jones for a long time ...I went on Wikipedia and read that she died in Oceanside, CA, a city near where I live. (Best known for the Camp Pendleton Marine Base) So I google-mapped the address and decided to see where it was she died...no, I'm not a creepy person who gets turned on by seeing morbid-related places, I was simply just curious to see where Anissa had spent her last few days (or hours?) on earth.

So I was expecting to find a trashed-up apartment somewhere in the ghetto of downtown Oceanside, figuring the night she died she was just partying with some druggies and overdid it. Boy, was I wrong.

I went to Littler Lane, shocking to find that it's actually a well-taken care of home in a first class suburban neighborhood in the hills of Oceanside, overlooking the golf community in the valley below it, and you can even see a bit of the ocean. It's right by the El Camino Country Club, off of Vista Way, which is also extremely luxurious.

My question is: what was Anissa doing at that house? I read on wikipedia that it was a friend's house - who was this friend? Was Anissa living with the friend? Was this friend a drug user also? Was it actually a party or was Anissa simply just hanging out there using drugs with the friend?

If Anissa was only 18, the friend probably wasn't much older, was this a family's home? It doesn't look like the type of home that some young single girls would live in. The neighborhood seems family oriented. Sorry for all the questions, does anyone know any answers? Or is it one of those unsolved mysteries? Thanks in advance.
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September 27th, 2009, 5:54 am #2

How many times have you tried to pass yourself off as a neophyte? several times. take your forgery elsewhere, jester. thanks in advance.



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September 28th, 2009, 12:16 am #3

Who are you? I have never been to this board before. I think you have me mistaken.
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September 28th, 2009, 3:46 am #4

no mistaking a dimwit like you.
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September 28th, 2009, 4:56 am #5

Seriously ...I've never even been on this board before. All I did was ask some questions about an actress whom I happen to be a fan of.
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September 29th, 2009, 2:57 am #6

I've been a fan of Anissa Jones for a long time ...I went on Wikipedia and read that she died in Oceanside, CA, a city near where I live. (Best known for the Camp Pendleton Marine Base) So I google-mapped the address and decided to see where it was she died...no, I'm not a creepy person who gets turned on by seeing morbid-related places, I was simply just curious to see where Anissa had spent her last few days (or hours?) on earth.

So I was expecting to find a trashed-up apartment somewhere in the ghetto of downtown Oceanside, figuring the night she died she was just partying with some druggies and overdid it. Boy, was I wrong.

I went to Littler Lane, shocking to find that it's actually a well-taken care of home in a first class suburban neighborhood in the hills of Oceanside, overlooking the golf community in the valley below it, and you can even see a bit of the ocean. It's right by the El Camino Country Club, off of Vista Way, which is also extremely luxurious.

My question is: what was Anissa doing at that house? I read on wikipedia that it was a friend's house - who was this friend? Was Anissa living with the friend? Was this friend a drug user also? Was it actually a party or was Anissa simply just hanging out there using drugs with the friend?

If Anissa was only 18, the friend probably wasn't much older, was this a family's home? It doesn't look like the type of home that some young single girls would live in. The neighborhood seems family oriented. Sorry for all the questions, does anyone know any answers? Or is it one of those unsolved mysteries? Thanks in advance.
Anissa was at that house because the father of her 14 year old friend had given Anissa and her boyfriend permission to stay there (babysit?) while he was working.

The friend's name was Helen Hennessey and she was a 14 year old drug user.

It's been referred to as a "party". But from what I've read there were only 5 people there at the time of her death.

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September 29th, 2009, 3:16 am #7

Thank you very much. Finally someone who answered my question.
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September 29th, 2009, 2:18 pm #8

real shallow. simple easy search could yield so much more. if useless crumbs are what you wanted, you got them though. again, real shallow.
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September 29th, 2009, 10:06 pm #9

I did search it. All I needed was the girl's name (Helen Hennessey) and that pretty much said what I wanted to know.

But since I'm not sure what's truthful or not ...I don't know if this is what really happened, but here's what I found:

Anissa was living in Playa Del Rey at the time, and went to Oceanside with her boyfriend, (Butch? Was that really his name?) ...apparently they had been spending the week with Helen Hennessey, the 14-year-old who lived in that nice home at 2312 Littler Lane. But Anissa and Butch drove up to Playa Del Rey so Anissa could pay some bills. She and Butch drove back down to Oceanside with 2 other friends (Mark and Carla xxxx...who were also dating, right?). Apparently Anissa and Butch were doing cocaine in the bathroom, got into a fight because apparently Butch took her car keys and wouldn't give them back. She went into a room and drowned a bunch of downers...and was found dead the next morning. But from what I saw it took those kids a while to call the police.

Is any of that correct?
Last edited by spindaddydad on December 12th, 2010, 7:59 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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September 30th, 2009, 2:32 am #10

Look this is 2nd hand news. Some truth in it. Short version. We will never really know cause she can not tell us herself.
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