How one woman climbed her way out of Scientology's elite Sea Org - 2015-03-27

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F43.png How one woman climbed her way out of Scientology's elite Sea Org March 27, 2015, Sarah Pulliam Bailey, Washington Post

The release Sunday of HBO's "Going Clear" documentary will bring attention to members and past members of Scientology and to questions about the movement's allure and controversies.

Among those speaking out is Tracy Ekstrand, who joined the Church of Scientology in 1967 when she was 19. Fourteen years later, after Ekstrand said her daughter's finger was severed in the door of a Scientology nursery, she made her way out of the the Sea Organization, which includes Scientology's most elite and loyal members.

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{{cite news | first = Sarah Pulliam | last = Bailey | title = How one woman climbed her way out of Scientology's elite Sea Org | url = http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/acts-of-faith/wp/2015/03/27/how-one-woman-climbed-her-way-out-of-scientologys-elite-sea-org/ | work = Washington Post | date = March 27, 2015 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}