“The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer: My Life at Rose Red” edited by Joyce Reardon, Ph. D. (Hyperion, 2001)

The Diary of Ellen Rimbauerstarstarstar

You all remember the popular Stephen King mini-series that aired earlier this year on ABC under the auspicious title of Rose Red: the story of a group of  “gifted people” who, with the help of Joyce Reardon, venture into the old abandoned mansion known as Rose Red, where within they come in contact with the supernatural, though in no way that has ever been televised before.  But what happened to the former occupants of the house?  The ghosts that now dwell within, what were their lives like?  Well here’s your answer.  For the first time ever the diary of Ellen Rimbauer has been released to the public, giving her life story and how it was fraught with pain and loss, and how Rose Red eventually drove her insane.  My only suggestion to the read would be: it’s okay to leave the light on if you want to.

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Originally published in July/August 2002.

Originally published in the Long Beach Union.


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