Synchromysticism

" Synchromysticism:
The art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance."

- Jake Kotze

August 26, 2019

David Carradine, Hawthorne and Tanner's Ghost?

'Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood'
Starring David Carradine as Coke Beck
It's been 10 years this year since David Carradine left the land of the living and I had a really strange coincidence happen involving the name "Hawthorne" and a 2006 TV show David was in after my sons had taken me to the Hawthorne cinema for an early Father's Day treat to see 'Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood', which was the second time now that I have watched this movie at the cinema. 
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My boys had planned this outing weeks ago, but we all ended up seeing the movie the week before not knowing the other two had seen it as well, until I confessed to my boys that I had already seen it the week before, but it was good and I was looking forward to seeing it again.
That's when they told me they had seen it the week before, as well.
So, we sat around before the movie started discussing our thoughts about the movie and I told them about Chris Knowles' theory of Trudi Fraser being Jodie Foster -
Trudi Fraser in 'Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood' is Based on Jodie Foster Mr. Knowles?
I even told them how Jodie's birthday was November 19th, also the date Charles Manson died and the date of my old wedding anniversary to their mother, my ex-wife:-)
And how Jodie starred in an episode of 'Kung-Fu' with the late
'Kill Bill' actor David Carradine, which now seems just as eerie as Julia Butters who played Trudi being in a scene with the now late Luke Perry.
Julia was born in 2009, the year Carradine passed away in, too.
When I got home that night I was flicking through shows on Amazon Prime to watch on my iPad and stumbled across a show from 2006 called 'Celebrity Paranormal Project' and there was an episode that had aired on November 19th, 2006 called
'Tanner's Ghost', with David Carradine as one of the celebrity contestants, along with Coolio, Playboy model Bridget Marquardt, who now (g)hosts a podcast called 'Ghost Magnet', some guy named Andrew Firestone who I had never heard of, and some knockout named Mia St. John, who once played a character named Charlie in a movie called 'Skeeter':-)
Starring Mia St. John as Charlie?!
There's a sucker born every minute it seems;-)
Rick Dalton posters from the movie 'Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood'
Now this was bizarre in hindsight, that my sons had taken me to see 'Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood' at the Hawthorne cinema that featured Rick Dalton in a movie poster for a movie called 'Tanner' and then I watch David Carradine who is probably now a ghost in "real life" in the Hawthorne mill searching for Tanner's ghost on a show that aired on November 19th, a date that is Jodie Foster's birthday and would eventually be the date Charles Manson would pass away on.
Not only that, but they get Bridget to repeat the name "Hawthorne" over and over again in an attempt to make Tanner's ghost appear.
Bridget Marquardt repeating the word "Hawthorne" 
Synchromystic stuff, or what?
"On June 3, 2009, at the age of 72, Carradine was found dead in his room at the SwissĂ´tel Nai Lert Park Hotel on Wireless Road, near Sukhumvit Road, in central Bangkok, Thailand.
He was in Bangkok to shoot his latest film, titled Stretch.
A police official said that Carradine was found naked, hanging by a rope in the room's closet, causing immediate speculation that his death was suicide.
However, reported evidence suggested that his death was accidental, the result of autoerotic asphyxiation.
Two autopsies were conducted, one involving the celebrity pathologist Pornthip Rojanasunan, and both concluded that the death was not a suicide.
The cause of death became widely accepted as "accidental asphyxiation".
Immediately following his death, two of Carradine's former wives, Gail Jensen and Marina Anderson, stated publicly that his sexual interests included the practice of self-bondage.
Anderson, who had plans to publish a tell-all book about her marriage to Carradine, said in an interview with Access Hollywood, "There was a dark side to David, there was a very intense side to David. People around him know that."
Previously, in her divorce filing, she had claimed that "it was the continuation of abhorrent and deviant sexual behavior which was potentially deadly.""
Life is stranger ... and spookier ... than fiction, as they say ... even in Hollywood.

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