Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Today's Blind Items - Lets Try It - Old Hollywood

This permanent A list actor was A list on television and even sold tons of records even though his contribution to the records was minimal despite what he might actually have said. He has actually been in a blind a long time ago for one of his main interests. A researcher going through his library though discovered some personal correspondence which alludes to something that happened long ago though that is much more sinister.

Our actor believed in life after death. He also believed someone could be resurrected. He wanted that for himself, but wanted to see how it would work and if it would be possible. So, our actor who was probably the most well known television actor in the world at one point in his career set up a ceremony at his home where he followed the instructions in a book. The person he sacrificed was the daughter of his long long time housekeeper who the actor had also had a long running sexual relationship with. It is unknown whether the daughter of the housekeeper was also his daughter. Despite following all of the instructions, the girl could not be brought back to life. When the housekeeper discovered what had happened and the experiment, she was hysterical and tried to call the police. Even if the police had come, it is doubtful they would have done anything to the actor considering just how powerful he was and the favors he could call in. Instead of allowing the housekeeper/long time lover to call though, our actor decided to kill her too. He then called the police and told them the mother/daughter deaths were a murder suicide and that is what went down in the official records. A five minute investigation would have shown it all to be ridiculous but everyone wanted to meet the actor and just hang around him. 

51 comments:

Tricia13 said...

Desi Arnett?

Alf Landon said...

Jackie gLEASON?

Tricia13 said...

Desi Arnez *

Simon said...

Wow, i hope not desi arnaz! Ricky Ricardo how could you???

sandybrook said...

Bob Hope?

Do Tell said...

I thought of Ricky Nelson, but he actually was a musician and he was primarily a musician for the last decades of his life.

Do Tell said...

It probably is Desi.

Alf Landon said...

August 2, 2017

Apparently back in the day at Burt Reynolds' house he had a BBQ. AT the BBQ was this permanent A+ list comic actor who starred in a franchise with Burt. He told a story that when LBJ was President he drove this A+ list actor to see a fully preserved alien. Is it true? Who knows, but I bet he made it one hell of a story.

Jackie Gleason

Actually it was Nixon and Homestead Air Force Base

sandybrook said...

Desi would be called foreign born maybe? Don't know if he was the most famous actor in the world ever.

Substance D said...

Gleason had albums he fronted for but he was into weird shit. I can see this being The Great One. He was the biggest star in television until Carson.

Alf Landon said...

https://www.against-the-grain.com/2017/01/atg-quirkies-and-away-we-go-the-jackie-gleason-collection-of-the-supernatural-and-the-occult/

Gleason Collection of the Supernatural and the Occult

Dena said...

The first name that I thought of was Jackie Gleason also - +1 Alf.

Morninglorri said...

Jackie gleason

Do Tell said...

Found something on Jackie Gleason:

Gleason was a massive TV star, but he was also a formidable musician as well. His "mood music" was massive in the 1950s and 1960s, with his first 10 albums selling over one millions copies each. His debut album, 1952's "Music for Lovers Only," still holds the record for the most weeks spent in the top 10 of the Billboard album charts.

Do Tell said...

everyone found it at the same time, lol

Substance D said...

Desi was a real musician but his wife was a bigger star though he was more powerful in the industry. Desi was probably Catholic at one point and resurrecting the dead would be out of his pay range by that reckoning.

Do Tell said...

In researching this, I discovered that Clint Eastwood put out a country album in 1962 that is supposedly pretty good. I will have to look that up.

Do Tell said...

Wow, Andy Griffith won a Grammy!

Do Tell said...

*tip of the hat to Alf*

sandybrook said...

Do Tell Andy was a singer before he was a huge TV star.

MountainMama said...

I like the Jackie Gleason guess only because he always had a secret behind those eyes and likely tried to drink away the problems, however I had no clue he was into music. Andy Griffith though...

Alf Landon said...
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gauloise said...

"Mr Televsion" Milton Berle? Just because he gives me the creeps. But prob gleason

Alf Landon said...


The Exhibit:
The Other World
Spiritual Photography
The Jackie Gleason Collection
Encyclopaedia of Death
19th Century Miracles
Art Magic
Confessions of a Medium
J. W. Fletcher, Clairvoyant
Confessions of a Modern Seer
And After, Experiments
The Boy Who Saw True
Life on Other Planets
Borderland
The Occult Digest

https://scholar.library.miami.edu/gleason/
Fate Magazine

Guesser said...

Not Desi. It would have made some type of reference to Lucy, if only vaguely. Is there any info o a death in Gleason's home?

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J said...

lol @ believing in supernatural shit.

Too bad about the murdered kid, assuming it happened.

Clarabellatina said...

https://www.against-the-grain.com/2017/01/atg-quirkies-and-away-we-go-the-jackie-gleason-collection-of-the-supernatural-and-the-occult/

Alf Landon said...

All the stuff Gleason was into is more believable than this story.

Notagoodscreenname said...

Whoever it was, he admitted all this in writing?!

Anonymous said...

@Alf Landon Enty is aiming for the Q Boomer audience apparently. Not a bad idea considering what he's covering but I find the idea of elite politicians eating babies in Satanic rituals to be somehow less implausible than this.

Chris said...

Fess Parker. Davey Crockett was unbelievably popular, and the music was too. However, Parker only recorded one version of several versions that charted and he had nothing to do with writing it.

Later his Daniel Boone show was pretty popular as well. But for awhile in the 1950s, he was definitely A+ list for TV.

Unknown said...

Lol, suuuure enty.

roundeye said...

Lorne Greene was on Bonanza, 14 years on the air, 3 at #1 and top 10 for most of the rest. He had a #1 pop record and many country hits.

Angela said...

"A five minute investigation would have shown it all to be ridiculous."

Hey, that's the motto of this site!

Count Jerkula said...

Jethro bodine

Unknown said...

Gleason would be A+ on television.

Kate k said...

Desi Arnaz was a mean drunk who smacked Lucille Ball around until she left him.

Nosey Parker said...

Danny Thomas?

Coconutcrazy said...

Desi was from Cuba. Could be a Santeria thing.

Vita said...

I fascinated by the Gleason guess (my family was obsessed with early Honeymooners). Had heard the "Gleason got to see aliens" over the years, too, even before internet, IIRC.

Chris-- Im not as sure about Davy Crockett, but what about Roy Rogers? Maybe while Dale was out on the trail...

hothotheat said...

Wouldn't Desi be 'foreign born'? I thought David Cassidy but 70's not really old hollywood.

rabbit said...

Lorne Green was an Eastern Euopean Jew who charismatically played a classy cowboy.

I was present at a Santerial performance in Cuba, mesmerizing.

Jackie Gleason for the A+ list star.
It's doubtful he killed anyone. People into the occult start with the small stuff first, like reading cards, traveling without leaving one's body, holding seances to contact the dead, etc. Killing someone to resurrect them is just way off. Gleason was a gentle, sensitive person IRL who was more prone to melancholy that violence. Remember the disclaimer on this blog.
And another thing, Enty: the dead can't defend themselves. Gleason was deeply into spirituality and the esoteric. Be careful he doesn't haunt you for besmirching his name!

TC said...

rabbit said...

And another thing, Enty: the dead can't defend themselves. Gleason was deeply into spirituality and the esoteric. Be careful he doesn't haunt you for besmirching his name!

Agreed.

While Gleason had a lot of books on spirituality, parapsychology, and UFO's, he didn't appear to have many books on black magick. If you are going to have an interest in child sacrifice and necromancy you probably aren't going find much help in the tomes he had in his library.

RobertaJoan said...

Ricky Nelson was an amazing musician. It's not him!

gauloise said...

I wonder if it was one of the celebrities mixed up with Anton Levey

gauloise said...

Liberace? He was in the church of satan, and maybe he didn't play on his records (got someone else to do it) and only played live?

Sammas said...

Michael Landon

TC said...

gauloise said...
Liberace? He was in the church of satan, and maybe he didn't play on his records (got someone else to do it) and only played live?

Interesting.

Sammy Davis Jr could also be a candidate too. He hung with the loons in the Church of Satan and there have been all kinds of rumors about his personal life for years.

DarylsBigFan said...


I believe this is Milton Berle.

I've heard rumors for decades that he was a very dangerous man.
Always got an evil feeling looking at him.
He was the biggest TV star on earth, at one point in the 50s .
Everyone would rush home to watch "Uncle Milty".

DarylsBigFan said...

@gauloise

Liberace was not a "permanent A actor".

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