L. Ron Hubbard's last refuge - 2009-05-28

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F0.png L. Ron Hubbard's last refuge May 28, 2009, Colin Rigley, New Times San Luis Obispo

Only a privileged few knew where he was for roughly six years. He was a man about town, according to church representatives, but in SLO County where he died, on Jan. 24, 1986, he resided largely unnoticed.

L. Ron Hubbard's body was found in a motor home with the air conditioner running, tucked behind animal stables on a small ranch outside Creston. His family wasn't there. His wife was in prison and his estranged son believed he was either dead or insane. In his final moments, the man who created a religion with a massive following was accompanied only by his doctor and lawyer.

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | first = Colin | last = Rigley | title = L. Ron Hubbard's last refuge | url = https://www.newtimesslo.com/cover/2628/l-ron-hubbards-last-refuge/ | work = New Times San Luis Obispo | date = May 28, 2009 | accessdate = February 7, 2019 }}