Celebrities aren't the only ones who say Scientology helps them - 2010-03-14

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F0.png Celebrities aren't the only ones who say Scientology helps them March 14, 2010, John Przybyslas, Las Vegas Review-Journal

Brent Jones, 46, discovered Scientology about 17 years ago. He was living in Ventura County, Calif., then and working as a successful, but unhappy, attorney.

"I was in the parking lot outside Carl's Jr., eating my lunch in the car, and a lady came by and tapped on the window," he says. "I rolled the window down and talked to her, and she sold me a book, 'Dianetics.' "

Jones was born and raised in the Catholic church but had explored a variety of other faith traditions — Jehovah's Witnesses, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Pentecostalism, and "a little bit of Eastern philosophy" and "a little New Age" — throughout his life.

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{{cite news | first = John | last = Przybyslas | title = Celebrities aren't the only ones who say Scientology helps them | url = https://www.reviewjournal.com/life/celebrities-arent-the-only-ones-who-say-scientology-helps-them/ | work = Las Vegas Review-Journal | date = March 14, 2010 | accessdate = April 14, 2018 }}