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Strange Days: My Life Wi. .has been added to your Cart. In interviews you talk about the "life" you had with Jim Morrison.

Strange Days: My Life Wi. Turns out you were a one-night stand, if that, who tried unsuccessfully to elbow her way into Morrison's and to get him to take you on as his legitimate partner through sheer aggression. Sitting his long-time live-in girlfriend and companion to tell her that you had just aborted Jim Morrison's baby?

Jim Morrison turned to Pam in his darkest hours and darkest days, not you. (Morrison's final will and testament reads: "To whom it may concern I bequeath all of my worldly possessions to my only companion in life, Pamela Susan Courson.

Jim Morrison turned to Pam in his darkest hours and darkest days, not you. In case you didn't hear that, "my only companion in life". Sorry, I know that's gotta sting.

Jim Morrison is dealing with professional fall-out of the infamous "Miami concert" and the public humiliation that went along with it, as well as the possibility of a prison term

Jim Morrison is dealing with professional fall-out of the infamous "Miami concert" and the public humiliation that went along with it, as well as the possibility of a prison term. Enter Patricia Kennealy, who was, without question!!!, going to meet the man she laid eyes on, "long before" she took her with "Jazz & Pop" magazine.

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The wife of Jim Morrison offers a thorough portrait of the enigmatic leader of the Doors, discussing the shy, private, complex man he was, plus Woodstock, the Miami. In an intimate biographical memoir, Kennealy describes the music scene of the '60s and '70s, never varnishing over her experiences with sex and drugs that were such a driving force in Morrison's life, and explores the translation of the Morrison myth into Oliver Stone's film.

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Some of the worst mistakes in my life were haircuts. This is the strangest life I have ever known. O great creator of being grant us one more hour to perform our art and perfect our lives. The most loving parents and relatives commit murder with smiles on their faces. They force us to destroy the person we really are: a subtle kind of murder. Life I. Jim Morrison.

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Bradeya
Really...... it was very interesting to read how Patricia's time spent with Jim (maybe a total of 10-14days?) has been embellished into a life-time love affair. Should she value their relationship, and cherish the time they spent together, of course. But the way it is dramatized in the book is pathetic. Clearly Pam was the love of his life. The way Patricia vilifies her comes across as the ranting of a jealous hanger-on.

I have read a number of books about Morrison, and this is the most self-serving, a ploy to stay in the limelight and cash in.
Faehn
Although I feel this book is fairly well written and informitive, it really isn't what I had in mind when I ordered it. I was expecting more of an insight into Jim Morrison and, less of a look into Patricia Kennealy. It does shed some light on another side of Jim which many other books haven't touched upon but, for me there just wan't enough of that insight. Instead we are treated to a running list of what Patricia wore at any certain event and, what drugs were consumed. I don't know about you but, I have a hard time remembering what I wore last week never mind, 30 years ago when I was stoned! From that perspective, I just had a hard time believing some of the other things that the author claims to have happened and, I question weather her perception of said events might not be clouded. I'm not calling anyone a liar but, it just seems to me that after 30 years the mind can have a very selective memory.
Otrytrerl
You'll need it! This woman, whether or not she was ever "married" to Jim Morrison, is a very good writer. She uses a lot of big words I've never even seen before, but I understood them in context, mostly. As far as the story goes, it's believeable to me. To those reviewers who have bashed her for remembering what she was wearing back then, I have to say that being roughly the same age as the author, I have a very vivid recollection of a lot of my wardrobe from those days (and it was much the same as she describes)and it was hard to forget! I was and still am a huge Doors fan, mainly Jim Morrison. I was privileged to see them in concert three times (he behaved very well in all of them) but unfortunately was never lucky or brave enough to meet any of them. I can say with certainty that if I had been a journalist who was covering rock, met and (maybe slept with and married) Jim Morrison, you can bet all you've got that I would have been writing down every single detail. The only thing that gave me pause was the sheer amount of sex she claims to have had with him on every occasion. If he'd been as drug and drink-addled as he was supposed to have been, I don't see how even once a night would have been possible, let alone the marathons she described (in very little if any detail). But, I do believe that they had a relationship of some magnitude and I was glad to read about it in her words- even though I couldn't understand a good many of them! I'm glad that she was able to move on with her life despite the devastating losses, and I would recommend this book to anyone who's a fan of Jim Morrison or even a great rock love story.
Felhalar
Great insight into yet another side of Jim.She did him justice! Well done,Patricia!!
Broadraven
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Blackseeker
This book is the closest you will ever get to the actual truth about Jim Morrison. Granted, she was deeply offended by Pam Courson...as virtually any lover of Jim's would be. Strange, though, Pam did not appear jealous of Patricia...Kennealy is a very talented writer. You will not be able to put this book down. Even the ghost parts. And the love parts are incredible. She does not adore all The Doors equally, as I do. But then she is entitled to her own observations. Personally, I feel a book with great integrity is John Densmore's "Riders On The Storm". That one is also jam packed full of Jim info...which I crave. Do you?
Mikarr
Miss Kennealy,

I read a very interesting article about you. It is entitled "Stuff Patricia Kennealy Wants Forgotten". (Potential scam victims who may be interested in purchasing this book can easily find the article online, just Google the article's title.) Here is a sample of the article that should give you an idea of why I am about to say what I am about to say:

--"But she has reasons for not wanting people to read this (Rock Wives), this book was published five or six years before Strange Days and the DRASTIC revision of her role in Jim Morrison’s life. Kennealy seemed to have been content to simply be the second-string girlfriend. So she says a LOT of things that are completely opposite what she would later allege about the relationship."--

In interviews you talk about the "life" you had with Jim Morrison. Turns out you were a one-night stand, if that, who tried unsuccessfully to elbow her way into Morrison's and to get him to take you on as his legitimate partner through sheer aggression. (Sitting his long-time live-in girlfriend and companion to tell her that you had just aborted Jim Morrison's baby? That is straight out of the "Aggressive, Psychotic Stalker Handbook". Oh, many of your former acquaintances have helpfully pointed out that you were not sure who the father of the baby really was since your "soul-mate" wasn't the only man you had been with.)

You like to tell people that Jim Morrison showered you with love letters, poems and jewelry during your "relationship" with him. I do not believe you have ever produced any of these letters for anyone to authenticate them. (Hell, I'd even demand you turn over the jewelry he bought you so I could track down the merchant and then I would probably only come to find out that you purchased the jewelry yourself.) Andy Morrison, your "husband's" younger brother, has publicly called you out saying that Jim Morrison's signature on that "marriage certificate" is a forgery.

About that marriage certificate. I couldn't help but come across it online. What is with all of the redacted information? What are you hiding? Were there witnesses there who, if asked, might reveal that you yourself did not take the ceremony at all seriously and that the "groom" was too wasted to realize what exactly was really happening? Is that the problem? No matter. You know yourself that your little "marriage" would never be considered legal anywhere in the U.S. and probably anywhere in the world.

Caught your online rant regarding "Angels Dance & Angels Die". It appears if one value's one's personal safety they will not even attempt to say anything positive about Pamela Courson or even, for a second, look at her in any kind of sympathetic light. So many years later and you can go home and sleep at night after trashing an addicted, unhinged 27 year-old young woman who spent that last few years of her short and unhappy life dealing with the trauma and circumstances of Morrison's death and basically dying of grief and guilt feelings. (Don't you claim to practice Wicca? Does Wicca have any views regarding morals and compassion for others?) I knew you were about go full-on nasty when I read your demand for people to use your LEGAL SURNAME - your caps, not mine - and when you said about Pamela Courson, "Oh, and what did the poor baby die of?" You are enough to make anyone's stomach turn.

Like her, love her or hate her, the truth is that Pamela Courson loved Jim Morrison before he became a famous rock star and remained by his side until the terrible, bitter end. Jim Morrison dedicated his poetry books to Pam, not you. Jim Morrison lived with Pam, not you. Jim Morrison took Pam to Doors-related functions and outings, not you. Jim Morrison wrote songs about Pam, not you. Jim Morrison wrote letters and poems to Pam, not you. Jim Morrison bought jewelry for Pam, not you. Jim Morrison turned to Pam in his darkest hours and darkest days, not you. (Morrison's final will and testament reads: "To whom it may concern I bequeath all of my worldly possessions to my only companion in life, Pamela Susan Courson..." In case you didn't hear that, "my only companion in life". Sorry, I know that's gotta sting.)

In print you have loudly and publicly accused Pamela Courson of murdering Jim Morrison because you were convinced that he was going to leave her at any moment (every stalker's favorite fantasy). Miss Kennealy? If you knew your "husband" as well as you claim you did then you would know that up until the final months of his life Jim Morrison was vehemently opposed to Heroin use. You would know that the biggest fights he and Pam would have were over her dabbling in the drug and that he routinely lectured Danny Sugerman on the evils of becoming a Heroin addict. No one "got" Jim Morrison to start dabbling in Heroin, he did on his on free will because that's where he was mentally and emotionally at that time, in a state of despair. Not because someone else told him to. (It's obvious to every Doors fan out so I am surprised it is not obvious to his "wife" that Jim Morrison did not take kindly to being told what to do and had an incredibly strong will when he wanted to.)

Like smelling a milk that has gone bad before you pour it down the drain I read the interview you did with Mongrel Patriot Review. In it you claim to have "been with" Jim Morrison during his trial in Miami. "With him". Really? That's funny because Jim Morrison's good friend and body guard, Tony Funches, who was also with Morrison at the trial, tells a very different story. You were harassing Jim, coming into the courtroom to give him a hard time because he did not want you as his girlfriend. Aggressively pursuing him, stalking him and harassing him during the most humiliating, painful and frightening times of his life. Yeah, I can see how much you "loved" Jim Morrison.

Funches goes on to say that Jim Morrison did not want you there and was not happy to have you there (Funches also uses some blunt, ungentlemanly language to describe how he and every single person Jim's and The Doors' circle felt about you and I don't blame him one bit.) For those who wish to read this interview just Google "tony funches interview Miami kennealy".

In the same interview you chuckled about Jim's "dry humor" during his testimony and laugh about how he knew he was doomed and decided to have as much "fun" as possible during the proceedings. Really? Hmmmm. From I, and any one who actually knew Jim Morrison, can gather, this case hung over Morrison's head for about two years, screwed up professional opportunities for he and the band and had him contemplating suicide at one point. So my feeling is that he was desperately hoping for a not guilty verdict. Him fleeing the U.S. to France with whom the U.S. has extradition treaty with didn't tell you anything Miss Kennealy?

I don't think you knew your "husband" very well at all. No, you are just a mentally unhealthy, aggressive, vindictive, self-serving, deluded would-be groupie, parasitic, opportunistic, compulsive liar and a fame seeking, vindictive stalker. (You're even violent. Didn't you brag in print that you slammed a young girl's head into a wall because she was flirting with Jim Morrison?)

Anyone thinking of spending so much as a penny on this, or even accepting for free as gift I strongly advise you not to. Miss Kennealy is not a nice person and has a very, very bad relationship with reality and with the truth. (Miss Kennealy, I saw where, about a year and a half ago, you were offering to give away copies of this book for free for anyone who wanted one. Are you that desperate to have people read this insane piece of fan fiction? And then maybe sit there with your fingers crossed hoping they believe every word?)

For a truthful and accurate telling of what actually went on between Miss Kennealy and Jim Morrison you can find a VERY revealing article entitled "Your Ballroom Days Are Over Baby" by Janet Erwin (keep in mind Erwin considered Kennealy a friend at one point). Google "tiffany talks your ballroom days are over baby" and you should find it. Quote: "This piece was originally written as an expose of Patricia Kennealy and what those of us who were there and know what really happened regard as a series self-serving lies about what was in fact a very brief romantic relationship with the late Jim Morrison. However, twelve years have passed since the original Ballroom Days was published in The Doors Collectors Magazine 1999 Annual, and the last of the "kiss and tells"--Linda Ashcroft's entirely fictional Wild Child, based on Kennealy's heavily fictionalized Strange Days--was published in 1998."

I would wish you luck Miss Kennealy but at this point you are beyond all hope. People I know personally have described how...how shall I put this?....unsatisfying your life is now. Can't say I surprised given your personality and rage issues. I guess you are an example of "what goes around, comes around".

Save your money and your time Jim and Doors fans. (Stop bothering people Miss Kennealy.)
Wow, lots of stuff I never knew. I enjoyed this book.
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