Club 27: Famous rock stars who died at the age of 27. Their fame remains indefinite.

  • Jim Morrison, who looks like David Hasselhoff:

The music industry is an odd industry. Who is made famous? Because preferences of consumers are shaped, deliberately. Yes they are. Certain popstars are pushed.



Again, an odd story. Jim Morrison (1971). Died in a Paris apartment.

The documentary about Jim Morrison refers to John F Kennedy, serial killer Manson, Janis Joplin, Jimmy Hendrix and to Martin Luther King. John F. Kennedy looks like Jimmy Carter (president USA). Manson looks like George Bush (president of the USA). And Jim Morrison looks a bit like David Hasselhoff and Donald Trump, seriously.

So we are wondering who Martin Luther King looks like.



All the info we get through media is bullshit, total bullshit. What is real? We don’t know. It is too much work to find out what on earth they are doing there at the UN, the Bilderberg conference and the Knights of Malta etc.

Just please, don’t visit these place where the rockstars died or whatever. They are likely targeting the “fans” who are silly enough to follow the stories presented to them.

About MOL

Maud Oortwijn had been a target of organized gang stalking for many years. We believe this must stop, for her and for everyone else facing it.
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1 Response to Club 27: Famous rock stars who died at the age of 27. Their fame remains indefinite.

  1. Janis Joplin who says:

    Janne Kataja? He looks a bit like Janis Joplin. Actor. Now in Arctic Circle.
    Also looks a lot like Meatloaf, who has been openly transgender with breasts etc.
    And since the illuminati have extreme good moisturizers and foundation make-up
    It might be her, good god I am tired of all the bullshit

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