L. Ron Hubbard dead after mysterious career as leader of Scientology - 1986-01-28
Hubbard and his third and surviving wife, Mary Sue Hubbard, founded the church in 1954. He laid out the Scientology doctrine in Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health, a book that has sold millions of copies.
Hubbard said Xemu trapped people in a compound of frozen alcohol and glycol and deposited them in 10 volcanoes. According to Hubbard, Xemu then dropped nuclear bombs on the volcanoes, destroying the people but freeing their spirits.