Did anyone tell Jim Morrison that he was “married” to Patricia Kennealy? Did Miss Beedle know she was on a road trip with a witch’s “husband”?
“Jim and I were married in a handfasting ceremony which is a Celtic religious ritual. Jim took it VERY seriously.” – Patricia Kennealy to Doors Quarterly Magazine
During the time Kennealy was in Los Angeles confronting Morrison after she stopped hearing from him, Jim Morrison was still living Pamela Courson and developed a friendship with Florentine Pabst.
The burnt Thanksgiving Day turkey scene was a story Oliver Stone heard from Florentine Pabst.
Florentine Pabst and Jim Morrison both participated in the 1970 poetry reading at the ‘Lucky U’ Mexican restaurant on Jim Morrison’s 27th birthday.
Jim Morrison and Florentine Pabst, 1970
It was Pabst who purchased that green regulation army jacket that Jim Morrison was photographed wearing during the recording sessions for L.A Woman (and the jacket that Morrison was wearing the night that he died).
And Ms. Pabst that she and Jim Morrison spent time together while Jim was living in Paris.
Then there was Morrison’s adventure with actress Charlotte Stewart, probably best known as the school teacher ‘Miss Beedle’ from the television show Little House on The Prairie, who has spoken publicly about her “buddies with benefits” relationship with Jim Morrison.
Charlotte Stewart’s footage of her road trip with Jim Morrison:
“Jim, who was very well aware indeed of the nature and implications of what he was signing–that say she and James Morrison DID get married, seventeen months after they met, a month after he asked her to be his wife.”
I guess that explains why Jim Morrison filled out, signed and dated his “death benefits” card where he declared himself SINGLE about four months after Kennealy claims that Morrison “asked her to be his wife” and then “married” her.
No mention of being…”married”…, and even though it was Morrison’s choice as who the beneficiary on this card should be, he named his younger brother Andy.
“January 21, 1969, To whom it may concern, I bequeath all of my worldly possessions to my only companion in life, Pamela Susan Courson, in the event we have not yet been wed, Jim Morrison”
“Jim Morrison legally willed all of his possessions to Pamela Courson, including the rights to the songs.
Which is probably what pisses Patricia Kennealy off.
Probably pisses Kennealy off, SatireKnight? Make no mistake, Jim Morrison’s last will and testament is definitely what pisses Patricia Kennealy off;
“I am informed by one of our own that Columbus B. ‘Corky’ Courson, father of the late Pamela Susan Courson, died a few days since at the age of 90.
I wouldn’t say I’m doing a little dance of joy and delight or anything, but considering how he pimped his whorish junkie murdering daughter
“It was alcohol that got him in the end.” – Patricia Kennealy, 1991
“I mean, maybe it wasn’t deliberate or intentional more like, ‘Take this Jim’s, it’s cocaine and it wasn’t, it was her smack.”
– Patricia Kennealy, 2017
as an innocent victim of Jim’s excesses (yeah, right) and trawled Jim’s legacy for bucks to which he had no moral right, well, yeah, I guess I am. Perhaps the unspeakable Corky can join his very ‘friendly’ spawn where she now is.
Far, far away from Jim, you betcha. Maybe they’ll even learn something between their lives.”
Miss Kennealy? Jim and Pam met each other and remained together until Jim Morrison’s death. That is not an example of a father “whoring out” his daughter. That is an example of a relationship.
Pamela Courson, Jim Morrison’s brother and sister were all named in Jim Morrison’s will. Not you. After Jim and Pamela both passed away the Courson family and the Morrison family worked things out. Legally and fair and square.
Deal with it. At some point in your life, learn to deal with it.
And that’s Pamela Susan Courson-Morrison to you, Miss Kennealy.
– beat poet, playwright and close friend of Jim Morrison Michael McClure