Tuesday, April 26, 2011

28 Clubhouse Ave.









Commonly known as the place where sadly, Zero t/n John Philip Haught met his demise playing russian roulette with a loaded gun.

Like the Willett's and Shorty Shea, some say Zero knew too much.






6 comments:

Matt said...

From Robert Hendrickson - this morning:

...when I went to your site Mark's old house 28 clubhouse sent shivers down my arm. It looks just like I remember it, except it looks freshly painted.

Ken619 said...

Hey Matt, did Zero die in the front house? If he did, was it upstairs? I've seen this question asked before and didn't know the answer. RH would know.

Matt said...

Hopefully he will read and answer. If not, I'll ask him.

Matt said...

In the book, RH describes being in the house shortly after Zero's demise and seeing the "blood splattered bed".

Ken619 said...

For location info, the Venice Beach boardwalk benches are at the end of the walkway. Also, the Nadar building would be one block to the right from the end of the walkway.

Glen VanItaly said...

This was the strangest thing about TLB. ie; John Philip Haught "Zero"