The Wild Life and Sad End of Arnella Flynn

08 Apr…

— Karl


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  1. Selene Hutchison-Zuffi

    April 10, 2022 at 2:55 pm

    Rather an awful description of Errol. He wasnt all of that. Who wrote this??

  2. Karl

    April 10, 2022 at 3:22 pm

    The author of “Lost Girl’s Blog” says:

    “I’m an English Major/Journalism Minor who is obsessed with all things disturbing, eerie and mysterious.”

    She has written about other sad stories (including the Black Dahlia and Barbara Bates, a Flynn movie alum):

    Holly Jo Glynn
    Jean Wallace
    Peaches and Cherries Doe
    Angel McAllister
    Jeanne Hebuterne
    Suzanne Sevakis
    Bettie Page
    Maharani Jind Kaur
    San Bernardino Jane Doe
    Antonietta Gonzalez
    Betty Williams
    Rory Gene Kesinger
    La Pascualita
    Jean Spangler
    The Lime Lady
    Asha Degree
    Omaima Nelson
    Valentine Sally
    Sharmini Anandavel
    Maria Elena Milagro de Hoyos
    Ruslana Korshunova
    Darci Pierce and Cindy Ray
    Karen Lancaume
    Marina Habe
    Eileen Hynson
    Laurie Dann
    Marie Thérèse Louise of Savoy, Princesse de Lamballe
    Sarah Gonzales-McLinn
    Varvara Rasputina
    Eklutna Annie
    Little Miss X
    Rohinie Bisesar
    Tiffany Bresciani
    Marisa Mell
    Laura Gemser
    Jasmine Dhunna
    Seher Seniz
    Barbara Ann Thomason

    • Ralph Schiller

      April 11, 2022 at 9:48 pm

      Beware Flynn fans on the accuracy of the writing at this Lost Girls sites. Some of the material is distorted, misleading and inaccurate. In particular I refer to the chapters on actress Jean Wallace. There is absolutely no mention of her longtime marriage of 31 years to film star Cornel Wilde. Why as many thought they made an ideal couple until Wilde wanted someone younger. On Jean Spangler the missing screen player, there is zero mention that Kirk Douglas lies through his teeth and chin cleft about the unfortunate Ms. Spangler in his own autobiography. Only Flynn scholars can verify the accuracy of her account on the tragic Arnella Flynn.