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#261 MacCionoadha BeanSidhe

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Posted 14 July 2018 - 10:54 AM

It's a shame about what happened to Olive, though it's kind of good that she's visiting and playing jokes.

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Posted 14 July 2018 - 11:07 PM

Yes, it seems she has a huge personality in death as she did in life :yes:
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Posted 15 July 2018 - 12:30 AM

very true ! i hope I can be a big personality on the other side too one day hehehehe
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Posted Yesterday, 02:39 AM


Dorothy Dandridge


lived in apartment D2 (El Palacio Apartments), at 8495 Fountain Avenue.

September 8, 1965, her manager Earl Mills arrived at her apartment. When she failed to answer the door, he used his key, but the chain was on the door. He shut the door and left.

Upon his return, he found the door was still chained. He got the tire iron out of his car and used it to break the chain. He went inside the apartment, calling out for her. He got to the bathroom and found Dorothy lying on the floor. Naked wearing a blue scarf on her head. He touched her face and knew she was dead. She was 42 years old.

Strangely, a few months before she died, Dorothy gave a note to her manager in an envelope marked.

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"To Whomsoever Discovers Me After Death - Important." The hand-written note on the inside read, "In case of my death - to whoever discovers it - Don't remove anything I have on - scarf, gown or underwear - Cremate me right away - If I have anything, money, furniture, give to my mother Ruby Dandridge - She will know what do to.

- Dorothy Dandridge

Dorothy's estate consisted of $4,000 worth of furniture and $2.14 in her bank account. That is not an error. Two dollars and fourteen cents. How very sad!

Dorothy Dandridge Ghost:

The El Palacio on 8493-99 Fountain Ave was known to have notable tenants such as Marilyn Monroe (1947) and Dorothy Dandridge (1965) and now Kaya Jones (Former Pussycat Dolls) moved in 2010.

Kaya stated, "I was sold on the fact that this place is gorgeous, full of Hollywood history, and they offered the place at a price I couldn't refuse".   "However, during the months I lived there along with other eye-witnesses, we experienced items being dropped on the floor, blown out candles, name-calling by someone who wasn't there, and apparitions appearing in the middle of the night. I couldn't believe it!  My home is haunted by Dorothy Dandridge!"
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