|Lafayette Ronald Hubbard|
|Occupation:||Author, Crappy person|
|Education:||George Washington University (dropped out in 1932)|
|Born||March 13, 1911|
Lafayette Ron Hubbard was a science fiction writer who lived on a boat with 14 little children and wrote crappy novels who engaged in the ultimate experiment: to create a religion founded on utter bullshit, yet endowed with the sociological and psychological components that "make religions work". To that end he wrote "Dianetics", proving to all the World just how mediocre a writer he was, and yet how gullible some people are.
His enduring fame is that his "joke religion" called Scientology to this day actually still exists.
L. Ron was also the author of a notorious work of junk pseudoscience, All About Radiation. It was so bad he left his name off the first edition and credited it to "a nuclear physicist and a medical doctor". L. Ron Hubbard was neither, of course he was a liar.
He had a net worth of over $600 million.
High crime on the high seasEdit
Hubbard went to Sea with some unfortunate Scientologists. Children and adults who displeased him were locked in cupboards for days or even weeks at a time. Others were blindfolded, bound and thrown overboard.  
In his later years Hubbard was on the run from the authorities, wanted and convicted by various courts and finally died of a stroke. 
L Ron Hubbard was given Vistaril by Dr. Gene Denk in his final days, by intramuscular injection in the right buttocks. Vistaril is a psychiatric drug, used to calm frantic or overly anxious patients. He died on January 24th, 1986, eight days after the fatal stroke, and one day after signing his last will and testament. He died in a 1982 Blue Bird motor home, about five miles East of Creston, CA, at the very remote "Emanuel Camp". His fingernails and toenails were long and unkempt. His hair was long, thin and receding on his forehead. 
That doesn’t say much for Hubbard’s powers as a supposed Operating Thetan.
The current leader of Scientology is David Miscavige.
Science fiction by HubbardEdit
- A Silly Scientology story about Xenu -- that scientologists really believe!
- Bare Faced messiah, the true story of L.Ron Hubbard well researched and detailed link
- L. Ron Hubbard "Going Mad"
- The Secret Life of L. Ron Hubbard Three Quarter Hour Documentary Exposure about Hubbard.
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