Brother’s Keeper: The Tale of a CT Cult Leader Who Said He Was God
When it comes to cults, America is playing catch-up.
Today, we know more than we did thirty years ago thanks to popular TV documentaries and miniseries, but that is fantasy for us. For some, the inner workings of a cult is their their living nightmare. We've all heard the stories but it's difficult for many to connect with the realities. We say that could never happen to me or my family, but you just don't know. In fact, it happened here in Connecticut back in the 80's and 90's.
My Brother's Keeper: The Tale of a CT Cult Leader Who Said He Was God
I must apologize for presenting the tip of the iceberg. This is an itch that you'll have to scratch, if you're anything like me. Later today, you'll find yourself in a digital wormhole, digging for every shred of information you can get on this CT cult. There is a lot out there about the many chapters of this story if you are interested. I recommend using the Google machine to conduct your search.
Stories like this one are frustrating for me because once I finger a thread, I have to keep pulling. I'd love to stop doing everything else and cover this exclusively for weeks but that is not how this works. There are other buttons to push to keep the I-95 Morning Show rolling.
Maybe one day my company will allow me to do a show/column dedicated to the unexplained, the macabre, the paranormal and true crime stories. Until then, happy hunting.
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