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a. Note:   Johnny Winslow shunned his mother and grandmother’s love of orchestral music. He found it boring, and in 1965, at the age of 22, he dropped out of Knight City University, just one semester before he would have earned his degree in music.
  The following summer (1965,) he moved to Palm Grove, where he became friends with a fading rock singer. He used his wealth to promote his new friend. However, his own bold, brash style of singing, with his obscene gestures and playboy image, sent women into a frenzy, and his friend was left in the dust, while Johnny shot to stardom. He would become known as a legend in the music industry, raising the hairs on the backs of his mother’s and grandmother’s necks. Although this status would not be in effect until after his death.
  However, his love of the fast life took him at a young age, and after performing in Helsdon on August 10, 1971, he met with his second cousin, 19-year old Wild Child actress, Marla Avenwell, a famous film star who had been performing since childhood, and was well known for her wild streak and spoiled tantrums. She told Johnny that their mansion would be free for the rest of the week.
  Not believing the rumors that the house was haunted, he and his band-mates and several unknown women joined Marla in her home in Avenwell Bluffs. They found Avenwell House to be full of a very different vibe than they had anticipated. They mocked the spirits that they did not believe in, but while high on drugs, were able to see Philip. They abandoned Johnny and Marla, and they were found at the bottom of the bluffs the following day. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.