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Howard Hughes Was A Vampire

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posted on May, 7 2013 @ 02:58 PM
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So, I just had a sort of musing.. Something popped into my head.
There's quite a bit of lore surrounding the man, the legend, at one time the richest person in the world.
The bizaare reclusive tendencies, the numerous blood transfusions from Mormons. Hughes' penthouse had all it's windows blacked out, as to keep out the sun.

Now, maybe I watch too many movies, but those are red flag signs for vampirism. He surrounded himself with Mormons, not true Christians. He lived off their blood like some sort of ghoul. Now, Howard Hughes has a very interesting life full of intrigue, and much of his later years are a hive of mysteries. The man's right hand guy was connected to the CIA. How the CIA fit into the puzzle, I do not know.

There is, however, something very fishy about the Howard Hughes situation.




posted on May, 7 2013 @ 03:12 PM
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Originally posted by Grifter42

There is, however, something very fishy about the Howard Hughes situation.


I agree with you there is something very strange and suspect; particularly about the last years of Howard Hughes. I didn't know that one of his (right hand) persons was a person in the CIA...interesting.

I heard a rumor that in his last years...someone that was in charge of closely looking after him...may have stolen from him financially.

Someone that is still alive that knew him; knows the truth...and I wonder (like you) what that truth is.



posted on May, 7 2013 @ 03:12 PM
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According to the most recent Biography I read about him, he had plans to build a Top Secret undersea base for the Military. When his papers were stolen this document surfaced.

There was only a small paragraph and it didnt go into detail- Just a brief mention.

He was fascinating. He surrounded himself with the Mormon Mafia for a variety of reasons- The clean living being the first and foremost (which is why he would only take Mormon blood) since they do not even touch coffee. He (through CIA connections) learned that Mormons are often recruited into the CIA because they prove themselves loyal, trustworthy and moral more than any other "class" of people- Hughes began doing the same but less for "religious" reasons.

Anyhow, A Vampire? Very interesting and creative theory. You could add that the night he was arrested as a vagrant (and in the grip of lunacy) was because it was during his transition phase and he was hunting incognito. The folks who knew him (and saw the change in his demeanor and mental state) were distanced from him because he didnt want to feed on them?

I dont know but its a cool theory anyhow.Now someone needs to examine "hells Angels" and look for "clues" =O



posted on May, 7 2013 @ 03:16 PM
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Originally posted by caladonea

Originally posted by Grifter42

There is, however, something very fishy about the Howard Hughes situation.


I agree with you there is something very strange and suspect; particularly about the last years of Howard Hughes. I didn't know that one of his (right hand) persons was a person in the CIA...interesting.

I heard a rumor that in his last years...someone that was in charge of closely looking after him...may have stolen from him financially.

Someone that is still alive that knew him; knows the truth...and I wonder (like you) what that truth is.

Yes, Hughes (or rather his company) was VERY controlled . It (and he) was involved in MANY Top Secret Military projects. The CIA eventually co-opted the day to day operations.

Hughes was so interesting. www.amazon.com... - I THINK this is the best book on the subject (but the cover looks different) but regardless. An amazing, tragic and entertaining life. In the book they talk about how "modern mental health professionals" coul;d have saved his sanity- But then there never would have been this eccentric but mad genius of legend.



posted on May, 7 2013 @ 05:24 PM
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Is there any truth to Hughes' notion that blood transfusions were giving him strength? Or was it all in his head?
Sometimes you hear about athletes and blood doping and such... Hughes requested transfusions even when he was relatively healthy, after he first tried them. They apparently gave him some measure of vitality.



posted on May, 7 2013 @ 11:04 PM
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Originally posted by Grifter42 the numerous blood transfusions from Mormons.


I have been looking at Howard Hughes for a few months now... after listening to a lot of Mae Brussell radio shows on youtube. He might have had a blood transfusion after the XF-11 crash (July, 1946) but I was not aware that HH was using blood transfusions in connection with possible vampirism. What book is that from and who is making the claim?
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posted on May, 8 2013 @ 01:07 AM
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The vampirism claims are my own. His record of blood transfusions is public record, and well documented in Citizen Hughes, which also provides a unique insight into Hughes' life. Of course, one has to read in between the lines to see the possibilities.



posted on May, 8 2013 @ 10:12 PM
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Originally posted by Grifter42
The vampirism claims are my own. His record of blood transfusions is public record, and well documented in Citizen Hughes, which also provides a unique insight into Hughes' life. Of course, one has to read in between the lines to see the possibilities.


Indeed, Grifter. Reading between the lines is absolutely necessary when looking at any of these HRH books.

On page 488 of CITIZEN HUGHES (Drosnin 1985) it gives us the name of Dr. Harold Feikes, a Las Vegas heart specialist, as the source of information. It describes the blood transfusion in November of 1968, close to the elections. And Hughes asked specifically for pure mormon blood. Page 295!

You might be on to something with this Howard Hughes vampire theory. I like it!



posted on May, 16 2013 @ 09:57 PM
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Gosh. I had thought that ATS would be all over something like this Howard Hughes vampire theory. I guess if it's not related to fear, emptiness or despair it's just not worthy.

But you know.... Howard kept a lot of aspiring actresses on contract in Hollywood over the years. A lot of them never appeared in pictures. Hughes kept them on lockdown, on schedules, acting lessons, singing lessons, dancing lessons, medically supervised to the extent that these women couldn't even choose their own doctors. They had signed contracts for weekly stipends and rented bungalows supplied by the Howard Hughes pimp machine.

Hughes went so far as to hire drivers and cars in order to shuffle his prized harem of paid women to various appointments all controlled by Hughes. The drivers would take them to their "lessons" and generally keep tabs on the ladies who were always on-call for Howard Hughes at a moments notice.

In the end Hughes can be accused of being at least a 'psychological vampire' if not a real blood thirsty one as well.



posted on May, 16 2013 @ 10:00 PM
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He probably just had one of the porphyrias, that doesn't make him a vampire. Blood transfusions are often needed and some types make you allergic to the sun.



posted on Jun, 2 2013 @ 06:42 AM
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Hmmm. Most interesting ,but I don't think so . He was afraid of being assassinated . Wasn't he ? That's why he blacked out all the windows.
He was just kind of nuts .
Most alleged vampires ,are said to be quite outgoing .
The claim is ,there are vampires amongst us today ,who actually fought in the crusades with the templar knights etc.
They shift from persona and New life ,effortlessly .
They also never admit to liking or needing blood .

Hughes,was very much the opposite . Did you see the movie .
DiCaprio played him .
Very sad . I think he was just an eccentric ,but ...I could be wrong .



posted on Jun, 19 2013 @ 05:55 AM
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Originally posted by SayonaraJupiter
Gosh. I had thought that ATS would be all over something like this Howard Hughes vampire theory. I guess if it's not related to fear, emptiness or despair it's just not worthy.

But you know.... Howard kept a lot of aspiring actresses on contract in Hollywood over the years. A lot of them never appeared in pictures. Hughes kept them on lockdown, on schedules, acting lessons, singing lessons, dancing lessons, medically supervised to the extent that these women couldn't even choose their own doctors. They had signed contracts for weekly stipends and rented bungalows supplied by the Howard Hughes pimp machine.

Hughes went so far as to hire drivers and cars in order to shuffle his prized harem of paid women to various appointments all controlled by Hughes. The drivers would take them to their "lessons" and generally keep tabs on the ladies who were always on-call for Howard Hughes at a moments notice.

In the end Hughes can be accused of being at least a 'psychological vampire' if not a real blood thirsty one as well.


That's because, first of all, vampires--as some delusional humans imagine them--do not actually exist. Their origins exist in literature, then movies and shows. Secondly, there is nothing remotely new about super wealthy people used to getting everything they want going crazy with their delusional thinking. Thirdly, the way Hollywood operated back then is not at all like it does today. Studios kept actors under strict contracts and it was not uncommon for the actors to essentially do anything for studio heads if they wanted to stay employed. Lastly, perhaps this is one of those stupid threads that many conspiracy theorists want to avoid lest they look like naive, dreamy-eyed, morons by getting involved with it. It is amusing though, so S+F.



posted on Jun, 19 2013 @ 06:30 AM
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Howard Hughes was mentally ill (certainly OCD and various neuroses). He was also a genius and there is often a thin line between the two. And Leo DiC-o was too short to play him in the movie (The Aviator).



posted on Jun, 19 2013 @ 06:53 AM
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Maybe vampirism is a cover for advanced scientific knowledge that had been lost - at least in the mainstream -

jezebel.com...


Turns Out, Baby Blood Might Be the Actual Fountain of Youth
Great news, wicked queens of America! Your # just got hella validated. New research out of Stanford University indicates that the brains of older mice can be rejuvenated by commingling their blood supply with the blood of young mice. Well, KAPOW. "Do I think that giving young blood could have an effect on a human? I'm thinking more and more that it might," said researcher Saul Villeda. "I did not, for sure, three years ago."

Too bad nobody cares what YOU think, three-years-ago-Saul-Villeda! Now where can I get a hold of some of this magic mouse blood so I can inject it directly into my brainz!?!? I mean, duhhh, it doesn't work like that (YET), so we don't have to worry (YET) about our children being abducted and processed at Heidi Montag's Countess Bathory Baby Drainage Ranch. YET. Where my Skeksis at!? High five!


Maybe it's not just about blood either but organs as well.

In this documentary twins who appear to be under MKUltra mind control cry out "they're going to steal your organs". Maybe they breed their own organ donor clones or something.

www.youtube.com...


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posted on Jun, 19 2013 @ 07:00 AM
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I've always wondered that. Some ghoulish mogul, stealing blood and organs from the poor to grant himself a few more years of life. Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Howard Hughes. If that's no vampire, they ain't got a word for what he is.



posted on Jun, 19 2013 @ 07:15 AM
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That's a great way to describe it Grifter - they are trying to get a few more years or maintain their quality of living.

There was something else weird about those twins... they seemed to be extremely strong. It makes you wonder if they were genetically engineered to be super human in a way. Maybe their organs are super charged compared to our own, too. It is possible that their super ability could be caused by mental programming too - mind over matter type stuff.



posted on Jun, 20 2013 @ 05:45 PM
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Well, I've always been suspicious of twins popping up in strange circumstances. You know the Nazis were very interested in twinning? A whole village in Argentina with statistically anomalously high amounts of twins around the area where Joseph Mengele fled to after the fall of Nazi Germany. But I digress.

I think that there's some medical precedent for the injection of blood giving back vitality. Athletes have this practice, where they take some of their own blood, freeze it. Then, before a race, they reinject it and have heightened oxygen capacity. Or something like that.



posted on Jun, 20 2013 @ 06:49 PM
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I liked the one where Lawford goes over to Marilyn Monroes place to pick her up on a date, and two burly bodyguards tell him "not tonight". He goes home and phones her up and finds out that Howard Hughes is being entertained by Monroe.



posted on Jun, 21 2013 @ 11:49 PM
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Originally posted by CosmicCitizen
Howard Hughes was mentally ill (certainly OCD and various neuroses). He was also a genius and there is often a thin line between the two. And Leo DiC-o was too short to play him in the movie (The Aviator).


I didn't care for that movie either. Leo was just the wrong guy for that part. HRH was tall and thin... Hollywood did this on purpose.

Here me out. A big budget Hollywood movie about HRH comes out based loosely off the book 'Citizen Hughes' and you have any actor in Hollywood. This movie was made about a historical character who was tall & thin and nutsoid, paranoid, some call genius. And who did they pick to play HRH? Somebody who really doesn't look him at all.

Leo is a good face actor and he can do dialogue and he has presence on screen, but this movie would have been so much better with someone who looked more like HRH. You know, a body double.

And Hollywood did this on purpose to distort our memory of who Howard Hughes was and what role he played in 20th cent. American history.

Here's an earlier portrayal of Hughes only a short few years after he allegedly died, in 1976. I think you would agree that Tommy Lee Jones (at this stage of his career) was maybe the best Hollywood look a like available.


This is a clear case of Hollywood ultra-sanitizing the history of Howard Hughes, making him more a mythological figure and pushing his entire life into a little box labelled 'insanity'.

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