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Cult ban puts Bolte on death list

Title: Cult ban puts Bolte on death list
Date: Sunday, 4 September 1966
Publisher: Sunday Mirror (Australia)
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Twelve rag dolls found buried under a Melbourne house are thought to symbolise the death sentence against 12 people who helped outlaw the cult of scientology in Victoria. High on the list of the 12 is the Premier of Victoria, Sir Henry Bolte. The dolls were discovered in a box hidden under floorboards which had been ripped up and then nailed down again to make a tomb. They were unearthed by workmen renovating the building, formerly the headquarters of scientology in ... [Read the rest at]