East Bay writer tells tale of losing his direction in life to so-called cult - 2005-05-24

From UmbraXenu
Jump to: navigation, search
F0.png East Bay writer tells tale of losing his direction in life to so-called cult May 24, 2005, Candace Murphy, East Bay Times

YOU WOULDN'T think a cult would advertise in the classifieds.

But there it was. In black and white. Buried in the pages of the Classified Flea Market, a weekly East Bay publication that boasts more than 3,000 ads "for everything from antique furniture to late model automobiles."

It was only a few inches of newsprint, really. A few lines that caught the eye of Steve Sanchez, 25 and living in Hayward. The ad offered a free psychic reading. As the survivor of a tough childhood, Sanchez thought it sounded like a good deal: After a difficult past, see the future. For free.

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | first = Candace | last = Murphy | title = East Bay writer tells tale of losing his direction in life to so-called cult | url = https://www.eastbaytimes.com/2005/05/24/east-bay-writer-tells-tale-of-losing-his-direction-in-life-to-so-called-cult/ | work = East Bay Times | date = May 24, 2005 | accessdate = June 14, 2019 }}