Saturday, October 14, 2006

LonelyGirl15, Is the End Here? What Everyone Is Talking About

by Anne Marie Kerwin
published October 12, 2006

NEW YORK ( -- It's Oct. 12, and if you have been following the saga of LonelyGirl15, you already know why that's a big deal. If you haven't been keeping up, we'll explain.

Oct. 12 is the birthday of Aleister Crowley, who lived from 1875-1947 and is known for his occult practices. (He also is reported to have had great influence on L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of Scientology, which counts several Hollywood celebrities among its followers.) Bree, aka LonelyGirl15, has a framed picture of him on her bedroom wall over what appears to be some sort of shrine. She has been preparing to take part in a religious ceremony that her parents are not allowed to attend, but that they consider to be a huge honor.

The ceremony and Bree's religion is the fuel powering the LonelyGirl storyline, and what the ceremony entails and what it means has been keeping LonelyGirl15 fans busy speculating for months. Even after Bree was unmasked as an actress and the LonelyGirl15 series revealed as the work of filmmakers in early September, a core group of fans have remained to see the end of the story.



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