Fabled L.A. Newsman Nieson Himmel Dies - 1999-03-16

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F43.png Fabled L.A. Newsman Nieson Himmel Dies March 16, 1999, Washington Post

During the late 1940s, Mr. Himmel lived in a Pasadena mansion with a number of science fiction enthusiasts, including a struggling writer who later founded the Church of Scientology -- L. Ron Hubbard.

"He was a guy on the make," Mr. Himmel said. "I couldn't stand him."

Friends also included a struggling mystery writer named Raymond Chandler. ("Chandler didn't say much. He was kind of morose.")

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{{cite news | title = Fabled L.A. Newsman Nieson Himmel Dies | url = https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/local/1999/03/16/fabled-la-newsman-nieson-himmel-dies/ecd5b7c6-e236-4e08-b596-b32e36e72607/ | work = Washington Post | date = March 16, 1999 | accessdate = February 17, 2017 }}