Just in time for LRH’s birthday, a new biographical encyclopedia that can be yours for only $720!
Another fine week of commenting at the blog. Come see what our readers had to say about Scientology this time!
Bexar County, Texas District Judge Cathy Stryker dealt a blow to Scientology’s hurry-up strategy this morning in the church’s lawsuit against Debbie Cook.
On Fridays, we visit L. Ron Hubbard on board the yacht Apollo, circa 1971. Join us for the hilarity!
Here’s the photo that makes for a sweet ending to our earlier story.
I recently visited Paulette Cooper as we’ve been working on a little project together. Since I wrote about her in December, people in Belgium, Israel, and Holland have contacted her with information about her past. In this piece, we’ve assembled the stunning new details she’s learned.
Are Scientologists so desperate to raise funds for their “Ideal Org” project that they’d use little kids in their mailers? Well, the San Fernando Valley folks went there, as you’ll see in this week’s Scientology Sunday Funnies…
Scientology files a motion for summary judgment in its lawsuit against Debbie Cook. We’re posting the entire motion at the Voice news blog.
Wow, look at the pristine condition of this circa-1950 original Mathison-Hubbard e-meter being offered on eBay — and for only $11,994.65!
Look who dropped by the Voice yesterday — Frank Oliver! It’s not every day that a former OSA spy shows up for a visit. Last year, we wrote about OSA shenanigans, and got a chance to post interesting items from Frank’s trove of documents.