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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Roberts View Post
    Azdave35,... Beatrice Lewis was the wife of Alfred Lewis, the engineer at the Mammoth and Bulldog mines. She lived at Goldfield where the Goldfield ghost town is today.
    different family than the government well lewis's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by azdave35 View Post
    different family than the government well lewis's?
    azdave35, .... Yes Alfred Lewis was a different family and not related to Sina Lewis either.
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    Azdave35, ....Beatrice Lewis knew Doc Rosencrans well for decades. She was the lone caretaker at the Mammoth mine for Ted Sliger, Hugh Nickels, Tom Reynolds and C C Waterbury. She lived in a little shack about where the Mammoth Steak House is today. She was known to run trespassers off with her shotgun. Bob Schoose got the property for Goldfield Ghost Town from the Waterbury family estate.
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    Matthew Roberts... Sorry to pile on questions, but I've been interested in Doc and this book for quite a while. (If you're not interested in being pumped for memories, I completely understand...) Do you recall what sort of conclusions he drew? What he thought the structure of reality actually was?

    Just doing some general searches, I've come across letters that Doc had written into an early Scientology magazine called The Aberree ("the non-serious voice of Scientology") and it sounds like there was no limits to Doc's interests. I know that L Ron Hubbard was based in Phoenix around the early 50s and wonder if that proximity had anything to do with his interest in Scientology...
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    AndrewHood,..... Docs Kingdom of Reality was not a book. He never published it nor intended to. It was a manuscript dealing with many aspects of the human existance. It followed no pattern and was quite deep intellectually. To capture it would take many pages to try to explain. Doc basically believed all life had harsh realities wether a person recognized them or not. These realities could make even the best become monsters. The manuscript is not a happy look at the human race or their capabilities. I do not have a copy of the manuscript and has been many years since I read it but can say anyone who reads it will never look at the human race quite the same again. Doc was a skillful writer, of that there is no doubt.
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    Matthew Roberts... Thanks for your memories, insights, and time!
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