Tuesday Weld. What do we know about her?
Well, there is a long forgotten book, "Popular Witchcraft," which was published by Bowling Green University Press in 1972. In it Anton LaVey in an interview says that his book "The Satanic Bible" was partially dedicated to Tuesday because "she was the embodiment of the goddess," and was "part of the ritual."
The September 1959 issue of Coronet that supplied today's cover girl also contained many disturbing exploitive photographs of not-quite-sixteen Tuesday Weld:
At the age of 15 she was chosen as the new queen and high priestess of the Druids. The initiation rite that signalled her ascension into leadership was the plane crash that carried Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and the Big Bopper to their deaths in February of 1958. According the Turner, the plane had been sabotaged by backers of Weld as part of this ritual which signifed her inauguration as Illuminati Queen and High Priestess. She remained in that postion until 1991.
Ruby Tuesday? You got it. Tuesday Weld
And there is so much more.
One question. Anyone know anything about a female around Tuesday's age who appears to be a concerned community activist with important connections and influence in political circles? Frojm Santa Cruz.