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Feb 15, 1988
Books [re.: L. Ron Hubbard: Messiah or Madman?] — Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Mar 15, 1987
A mystery / Hubbard's purple prose is still selling volumes — Seattle Times
Type: Press
Author(s): Frank Catalano
Source: Seattle Times
The writings of L. Ron Hubbard are a mystery. Not the writings on Dianetics and Scientology, topics on which the late Hubbard wrote dozens of books and manuals. No, the mystery is Hubbard’s science-fiction writing — specifically, why it’s selling so well. Before his death last year, Hubbard celebrated his 50 years in writing by producing “Battlefield Earth,” an 800-page tome that critics suggested was a better doorstop than book. That was followed, because of what Hubbard called “enthusiastic response,” by ...
Mar 4, 1986
Charges in deprogramming — Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Jan 28, 1986
L. Ron Hubbard, Church of Scientology founder, dies — Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Jan 23, 1986
Charity accused of $280,000 fraud — Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Nov 9, 1985
Hubbard series off to bad start — Seattle Post-Intelligencer
May 21, 1985
Travolta & other Scientologists swarm into Portland to protest — Seattle Post-Intelligencer
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Type: Press
Author(s): John McCoy, S.L. Sanger
Source: Seattle Post-Intelligencer
PORTLAND, Ore. — Thousands of Scientologists, including actor John Travolta and jazz musician Chick Corea, showed, up in Portland yesterday to rally behind their beleaguered church. Members of the Church of Scientology flew to Portland from all over the United States and as far away as Europe and South America. In Seattle, about 80 Scientologists singing "We Shall Overcome" and protesting what they called an assault on religious freedom gathered last night at the Flag Pavilion in Seattle Center. The Scientologists, ...
Jun 2, 1984
Scientology: 'auditing' the 'engram' — Seattle Post-Intelligencer
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Author(s): John McCoy
Source: Seattle Post-Intelligencer
The basic premise of the Church of Scientology is that humans can realize their full potential only if they clear away negative memories. The means of doing so were presented by science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard in the best-selling book "Dianencs," which he wrote in 1950. Hubbard argued that by a process of counseling ("auditing"), negative memories ("engrams") could be erased. Auditing involves the use of an E-meter, a sort of lie detector on which, the subject holds two tin ...
Jun 2, 1984
Youngsters expelled from school in Church of Scientology storm — Seattle Post-Intelligencer
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Type: Press
Author(s): John McCoy
Source: Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Two youngsters were expelled from a private school in Bellevue last week because of a continuing dispute about the real wishes of a 72-year-old man who hasn't been seen in years. The youngsters, brothers Garrett and Allen Dean, aged 6 and 9, must wonder what happened. Despite their good grades and conduct, the boys were kicked out of The Learning Place School, a private institution that follows the educational philosophy of L. Ron Hubbard but invites students of all faiths. Hubbard, ...
Jul 7, 1973
'The snake pit' and '1984'... Here and now? — Seattle Post-Intelligencer
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Type: Press
Author(s): Earl Hansen
Source: Seattle Post-Intelligencer
"The weird, offbeat types of religious sects are getting far too much attention," a Lutheran minister bemoaned. "Sensational-type groups don't deserve the publicity," a Methodist added. And their outcry is common, even though much of the publicity might be harsh and critical. Such as this column's reporting of the Church of Scientology's local protest activities in 1971 against the federal offices here of the Food and Drug Administration. Cited were angry, shouting youths, including girls, dressed in clerics. But since then, ...
Sep 16, 1966
Conviction of Seattle man upheld — Spokesman-Review (Washington)
Sep 12, 1963
Detectives seek slaying motive — Seattle Post-Intelligencer
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Sep 11, 1963
Pastor slain before eyes of horrified followers — Seattle Post-Intelligencer
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