Finally, L. Ron Hubbard's first 'Clear' - Sonya Bianchi - found again after 68 years - 2018-12-14
We're sad to report that on December 5, Frank T. Hulswit died before we had a chance to talk with him. He was 94.
His wife Sonya is 92, and her son Chris says she is doing poorly. We don't know if we'll get a chance to meet her, something we've been trying to work out with Chris. But now that her husband Frank has died, we decided that even if we haven't been able to meet her, we couldn't wait any longer to tell you that we had finally found L. Ron Hubbard's first 'Clear,' 68 years after she made a memorable appearance at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
For serious Scientology watchers, this has been one of the field's holy grails, to locate the young woman who stood on stage at the Shrine and couldn't remember the color of L. Ron Hubbard's tie. For us, this one is right up there with finding Snow White spy Michael Meisner, locating notorious Snow White figure 'Jerry Levin/Don Alverzo,' and tracking down the FBI agent who stopped the Snow White Program in its tracks (Christine Hansen, interviewed for our book, The Unbreakable Miss Lovely).