Saturday, October 13, 2018

Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme on the Radio Sunday Oct. 14th

George Stimson posted this on a Facebook page.

Tune in this Sunday, October 14 at 7:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time for Lynette Fromme's first ever LIVE radio interview, with the Reverend Derek Moody, the self-proclaimed high priest of rock and roll, on radio KSKQ 89.5 FM out of Medford and Ashland Oregon. (If you are out of radio range you can stream it on www.kskq.org.) Lyn will be discussing her book Reflexion, the Pacific Trash Vortex, and anything else that time allows for.

Don't miss it if you can!




Live stream listen HERE 


10 comments:

lurch said...

This should be an amazing interview! So glad Lynn has decided to do this.
If ya can't catch it live it will also be posted on YouTube.
HI DEB!!!

Matt said...

Lurch!!! Long time no see...


John Seger said...

What YouTube channel will this be uploaded to?

starviego said...

If you thought you'd here some interesting new tidbits about the Family, prepare to be sorely disappointed.

ed tom said...

I found her to be honest and captivating.The duo interviewing Lynne allowed her to talk uninterrupted and she came across as intelligent and thoughtful and still fully committed to Conservation of Planet Earth. Starviego, you are right about few revelations, but overall definately worth a listen and she sounds so young for an OAP.

Panamint Patty said...

She talks just like Sandy

John Seger said...

I ALWAYS have felt that Sandy and Lynette were like a couple of parrots, mimicking the words of that creepy little man they worshipped so much.

DebS said...

A link to the interview which has been uploaded to YouTube.

https://youtu.be/Jo5eydVrMS0



Hey Lurch!!

brownrice said...

Thanks Deb.

Robert C said...

Her speech in the interview seemed very halting and adolescent like someone on too many acid trips. The hosts tended to pander way to much, not really asking any tough questions. Then she begins to carry on about her environmental support like the Manson Family started the movement. Finally, and as always, she is defensive and supportive of all things Manson. Overall nothing to mine here.