The Unbreakable Miss Lovely at the Mark Twain House

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Tony Ortega spoke to an overflow audience in Hartford, Conn. about The Unbreakable Miss Lovely, now in its 2nd Printing.

Syndicated cartoonist Tom Tomorrow questioned Tony about his book, which remarkably, unravels two mysteries regarding

Paulette Cooper.

Painstaking and meticulous examination of records and witnesses uncover the facts surrounding her miraculous story of surviving the Nazis 71 years ago,

and the Scientologists 45 years ago (and almost up until the present).

The extensive record of events that Tony Ortega has amassed, along with the trove of documents from the 1977 FBI raid combine to form a compelling narrative

of survival in the face of unrelenting evil, first from the Nazis and later from Scientology.

If there is anyone on ESMB who has not yet read this book, what are you waiting for... the movie?
 
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Churchill

Gold Meritorious Patron
Tony Ortega spoke to an overflow audience in Hartford, Conn. about The Unbreakable Miss Lovely, now in its 2nd Printing.

Syndicated cartoonist Tom Tomorrow questioned Tony about his book, which remarkably, unravels two mysteries regarding

Paulette Cooper.

Painstaking and meticulous examination of records and witnesses uncover the facts surrounding her miraculous story of surviving the Nazis 71 years ago,

and the Scientologists 45 years ago (and almost up until the present).

The extensive record of events that Tony Ortega has amassed, along with the trove of documents from the 1977 FBI raid combine to form a compelling narrative

of survival in the face of unrelenting evil, first from the Nazis and later from Scientology.

If there is anyone on ESMB who has not yet read this book, what are you waiting for... the movie?


Oh, and the best part was seeing Vaquera, the Bunkerite extraordinaire, and buddy from Toronto, along with Patty (of SP Party fame!). What a treat!
 
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