The Wonderland Murders – Newspaper Clippings
You may now read all Wonderland newspaper clippings from one place:
Source: Press-Courier, July 3, 1981
July 2, 1981.
The Press-Courier. July 3, 1981.
The Palm Beach Post. April 28, 1982.
Sarasota Herald-Tribune. June 4, 1982.
Lodi News-Sentinel. June 9, 1982.
Source: LA Coroner Reports
The Press-Courier. December 2, 1981.
Best part of researching old newspapers are the classic advertisements! I like that price!
Star News. April 29, 1962.
UPI Article. 1988.
“If you could read my mind…”
The Spokesman-Review. March 16, 1977.
Contempt of court.
The Press-Courier. June 13, 1974
Lodi News-Sentinenl. July 3, 1981.
Marysville-Yuba Appeal Democrat. March 17, 1982.
July 3, 1981. Boca Raton News.
AP Article. July 2, 1981.
Milwaukee Journal. February 20, 1990.
UPI Article. Dec. 5, 1982.
Page from the Johnny Wadd comic book. Warning: Nudity.
The Glasgow Herald. Oct 15, 1982.
You can’t make this stuff up. News articles back then had attention to detail.
Is that photo even Holmes? Ha.
To all of the Wonderland fans, have a Happy Easter!
I don’t know if that is John Holmes or some villain from the Old West. Is it even a photo? LOL
AP Article. July 2, 1981.
The Union Democrat. March 14, 1988.
I wish that the folks who run the Wonderland Wikipedia page would clean up their erroneous phony baloney!
They can’t pin this one on Squeaky! She was in prison at the time.
L.A. Herald-Examiner. July 4, 1981.
AP Article. October 1971.
Click to enlarge image. The Courier, July 29, 1981.
L.A. Herald-Examiner. July 3, 1981.
What Wild Ecstasy by John Heidenry.
UPI Article. Nov. 23, 1982.
“Live in lover…”
Sarasota Herald-Tribune, December 8, 1981
The Vindicator. Sept. 9, 1988.
More people watched his nationally syndicated television show between 1953 and 1955 than followed I Love Lucy. Even a decade after his death, the attendance records he set at Madison Square Garden, the Hollywood Bowl, and Radio City Music Hall still stand. Arguably the most popular entertainer of the twentieth century, this very public figure nonetheless kept more than a few secrets.
The Press-Courier. Jan. 3, 1974.
Diles and Nash sit in the holding pen at court
University of Chicago Press, June, 2000. A month before the movie aired, there was another edition of this book printed. I bet that it sells like hot cakes!
Oh well, ya gotta go sometime.
Liberace: “You Monster!”
L.A. Herald-Examiner. July 3, 1981
A page from the Coroner Report
From the book, What Wild Ecstacy by John Heidenry.
The Victoria Advocate. July 19, 1996.
Beder Clifton, the cop who knew and busted Ron Launius in the 1970s.
Lots of typos in this article. Someone hire a proofreader!!