Couldn’t get into the Unicorns show at Knitting Factory last night. When did these guys become so popular? I don’t even like them that much.

It was raining so I was happy to stay home instead. Eliza baked magic bars for her office and we rented Wonderland starring Val Kilmer (believable as porn legend John Holmes), the girl from Blue Crush with two different color eyes, and Phoebe from Friends

It was a thoroughly enjoyable film, though it stole a lot from Boogie Nights, perhaps my favorite movie ever.

Plot synopsis from Roger Ebert:

“John Holmes was a porn star who became addicted to cocaine, and told his dopehead friends that Eddie Nash, a nightclub owner, kept a lot of money in his house. The dopeheads broke into Nash’s house and took money and jewelry. Not long after, Holmes unwisely arrived at Nash’s house and was beaten until he told Nash about the dopeheads. Holmes then allegedly helped Nash’s bodyguards enter the house at 8763 Wonderland Ave., in the Hollywood Hills, where the dopeheads lived. Four of them were murdered, leaving the most horrifying crime scene one of the arriving cops had ever witnessed.”

The movie doesn’t definitively explain what happened. The audience is led to believe that Holmes was a key player, but his specific role in the murders remains unclear. He eventually did stand trial, but was acquitted. Holmes died of AIDS in 1988 (he had continued to work in the porn industry even after being diagnosed with HIV). After he died, his estranged wife Sharon Holmes revealed that John visited her on the morning of the murders. Sharon is working on a book The Road Through Wonderland.

There’s a lot more to the story. Here’s a good article.

And here’s an old photo of John Holmes and Ron Jeremy.

Cocks

Paris Hilton was in the movie for about twenty seconds. It was very distracting. Ironically, she was cast before her porn career took off.

 
Comments (110)
  1. Being naive and just generally too young to see RJ in his prime, it’s really a shock how much better he looks there. Jesus Christ, he looks like a bloated sex elf these days.

    How much cocaine and sex is too much? However much RJ has had.

  2. I am not sure that Wonderland stole anything from Boogie Nights. They just both used the material surronding Eddie Nash. There is a good true crime book called Scary Monsters and Super Freaks with a chapter about John Holmes. Holmes left for Florida for a while. They found him. He never gave the police any info. He pretended that he wanted to testify for years. He made gay films too. He had sex with Ciccolini after he knew he had AIDS.

  3. thank you for this tip. i am going to rent it this weekend!

  4. erik  |   Posted on Apr 17th, 2004 0

    Actually, fact is Boogie Nights borrowed from the real life events that were the basis of Wonderland. In particular, the scene where [BN] they try to rip off the rich coked-out guy dressed in a robe blasting Rick Springfield’s “Jesse’s Girl.”

    Interesting fact:

    Christina Applegate, who I believe played the role of the one female suvivor in Wonderland, actually saw the police scene in the aftermath of the Wonderland murders as child while her family were driving/returning home. I think she mentions seeing a blood soaked matress outside. With that, she said she really wanted a role in the film when she heard it was going into production.

  5. That is interestinmg about Christina Applegate. My friend, Andrea, was a childhood friend of Christina. I wonder if she saw anything back then. They must have been very young, around 10 years old?

  6. Melissa  |   Posted on May 13th, 2004 0

    Ok.. i am 16 and i love this movie.. i am a sole believer that Holmes was there but did not kill anyone… but thats just my opinion.. and for the thing that wonderland stole stuff from Boogie Nights, no i did not… Boogie Nights was revolved around Nash (partly!) And i follow up on the 4 on the floor murders also known as the wonderland murders! it is very interesting and i think this movie is to show what really happened… it is suc a great movie, and plus josh lucas (ron lainius) and val kilmer (john holmes) and dyaln dermott (david lind) are so hottt…. * does anybody else thing that Christina Applegate (susan Lainuis) doesnt look that her self… well thats just me… idk… PEACE

  7. Wendy  |   Posted on Jul 9th, 2004 0

    I really enjoyed this movie. Its great! Val Kilmer is fantastic! I’m intrested in reading Sharons book, “The road through Wonderland” I’m also shocked at his big 14 inch! lol. John Holmes, what a legend! Shocked and amazed by this true story… Moving on to research John Holmes, himself…. May he rest in peace..!!!!

  8. Collen'  |   Posted on Jul 26th, 2004 0

    wonderland was an awesome movie..better than boogie nights.. and i honestly dont think nash killed anyone, but he was definately there. but no matter what people say it was def one of the best movies ive ever seen… so see it people ( o and i cant believe thats a pic of ron jeremy on this site!!! he looks so different from when he was on the surreal life???!!”

  9. Collen'  |   Posted on Jul 26th, 2004 0

    WHOA MY BAD… currently sitting here watching movie about john nash so my last comment i wrote john nash’s name instead of homes??? haha wow but yeah i def believe john holmes did not kill anyone
    :) sorry if i confused anyone peace

  10. cyman  |   Posted on Aug 26th, 2004 0

    Does anyone know if there is anywhere that the original crime scene photos at Wonderland are posted? Just curious…

  11. jammer  |   Posted on Aug 28th, 2004 0

    I just watched Wonderland last night. Good flick! If youre looking for crime scene phots, check out the Special Features on the DVD. They have the entire LAPD crime scene footage. Very graphic and disturbing. Its actuall footage of the victims and the crime scene.

  12. Darlene  |   Posted on Sep 13th, 2004 0

    This is probably one of the best, although difficult movies I’ve EVER seen. I believe that all of the actors gave every bit of ability they could to achieve credibility to this story as well as a certain respect to Holmes, and all of the victims, living and not. The plot is incredibly creative, draws you into the era, the drug life, the characters. The gore is beyond belief (I think because it is based on a true story). I have had to watch it more than once to catch subtle nuances that help you decide if Holmes was involved, and exactly what did happen. BTW: Did Christina Applegate honestly live up there when she was younger?

  13. Lee  |   Posted on Sep 24th, 2004 0

    FIRST OFF . I’m in my early 30′s and I’m getting a little irrate about everyone that keeps on making comments about how “Wonderland” had copied this from “Boogie Nights”. Perhaps you little ones need to ask your parents or uncles that knew about what had happened in Hollywood in 1981. “PLEASE TAKE NOTE” ……”WONDERLAND” is based on the actual events and reality of what had happened on Wonderland Dr. Yes, we all know of “Boogie ” and what it pertained too. But , always remember , it was John Holmes, Drugs and the killings as well as the loose conduct that was first ..Thank you very much and have a nice day .

  14. Craig  |   Posted on Nov 11th, 2004 0

    Good movie, saw it on HBO. Holmes was involved in the murders, you’re ignorant to think anything other than that. He played both sides of the fence very well. He was a dopehead, but an intelligent one.

  15. alain  |   Posted on Nov 16th, 2004 0

    Very good movie. Great cast, and very believeable.I was wondering, DOES ANYONE KNOW THE NAME OF THE SONG WHEN DYLAN McDERMOTT’S charactor (david lind) WALKS UP THE STAIRS AND INTO THE PARTY? IT SOMETHING LIKE “GOOD JUICE TO GET BACK HOME”?????
    PLEASE HELPAND ROCK ON!

    • heather  |   Posted on Jul 7th, 2008 0

      the song that is being played when “david” and “butterfly” are walking into the wonderland house is faith to arise by terry reid. great song!!

    • jamie honshell  |   Posted on Aug 9th, 2008 0

      faith to arise is the name of the song by terry reid

  16. Djeebreez  |   Posted on Nov 18th, 2004 0

    Very good movie! I knew I’d find a board about it somewhere! Anyway, yeahhhh they have a DVD out for it? I must stop by BESTBUY!

  17. Bubba'sGirl  |   Posted on Nov 21st, 2004 0

    I loved Wonderland! Not a big TV watcher but love movies and this one is awesome in the fact that it is based on actual happenings. Thought that all sides of the story were presented very well giving you the oppurtunity to judge for yourself or keep wondering forever. The TRUTH of the whole thing will never be uncovered completely? If you were in that house would you tell anyone? My belief for anyone who wants to know: Eddie Nash was not at the murders but definitely responsible; Holmes was involved in everyway from playing both sides against each other; Nash was humiliated and was pissed!!!!!, made John go with the “hit crew” to bear witness to what he created and be involved so he wouldn’t talk. I was a teen at John’s peak of his career. Whole thing is a horrible life if you were involved, but an interesting look at what can happen in that kind of lifestyle.

  18. dg  |   Posted on Dec 6th, 2004 0

    Decent movie. Desperately trying to find the name of the track “feels good just to get back home” from when mcdermonnt walks into the party….driving me nuts!

  19. MikeCrockett'sDiva  |   Posted on Dec 10th, 2004 0

    Boogie Nights and Wonderland are both rightious movies I own both,but I would give my right arm if people would PLEASE STOP comparing the two! The only part that even comes close to being similar is the Rahad Jackson/Eddie Nash comparison and that is even sketchy because in boogie nights TWO people are SHOT not beaten (Dirk’s friend and Rahad’s bodyguard) Second Eddie Nash was foreign and Rahad might have had some foreign blood but he was obviously very american. Also on the whole comparison John Holmes was a real person Dirk Diggler is a fictional character!! not to mention “Dirk” is Straight and does not die in the movie (I know john didn’t either but they put in the little blurb about his death at the end) also “Dirk is single and better looking.Also the movies portray the two in totally different circumstances! The only thing these two gentlemen have in common are BIG DICKS

  20. tdbsc  |   Posted on Dec 13th, 2004 0

    Good movie. I have a problem with the last poster describing any of the main characters in either “Wonderland” or “Boogie Nights” as “gentlemen”. Far from it.

  21. MikeCrockett'sDiva  |   Posted on Dec 13th, 2004 0

    I meant gentlemen in the context that they were male but by the end of Boogie Nights Dirk was starting somewhat to get off his power trip,but yeah John was just a burned out prick.

  22. STLLIMIT  |   Posted on Dec 16th, 2004 0

    I have seen Wonderland and Boogie Nights both many many times. It’s true that the two films are totally sperate from one another. One focuses (Boogie Nights) on fictional life in the adult film industry with vague references to Holmes and the actual Wonderland murders, and the other is based on pure fact. The movie does an awesome job of recreating the mood during the early 80′s, and Val Kilmer as usual, is a dead ringer for a true drug addicted, troubled star like John Holmes. The fact is John Holmes was there that morning July 1, 1981. His palm prints were on the table and the head board of the bed above Ron Launius’s head. Whether or not he was forced to participate or watch is something I don’t think anyone will ever know. It’s amazing that something like that actually happened, the crime scene is horrific. Eddie Nash wasn’t there, but I believe his bodygaurd was. He died in 1995. It’s unforunate that the book written by the two detectives from the actual case, “Four on the Floor” is no longer in print. The film was excellent with an all-star cast and I am disappointed it didn’t get better reviews. For those of you looking for the song when David Lind (McDerrmott) walks into the party at Wonderland, it is called “Faith to Arise” and is on the soundtrack to the film. There are only three songs not included on the soundtrack from the film. One is Joan Jett’s “Don’t Give a Damn ‘Bout My Reputation” and the other two I don’t know the names of. One is played after the robbery at Nash’s when the gang is counting the amount of loot they got back at the Wonderland house, and the other is when Val Kilmer is driving to Nash’s house after calling him from the pay phone after the robbery. One thing you can say is that John Holmes certainly had an intersting life and died because of it. Lastly, Boogie Nights…great movie, fictional. Later all, sorry for being long-winded. :)

  23. STLLIMIT  |   Posted on Dec 16th, 2004 0

    I have seen Wonderland and Boogie Nights both many many times. It’s true that the two films are totally sperate from one another. One focuses (Boogie Nights) on fictional life in the adult film industry with vague references to Holmes and the actual Wonderland murders, and the other is based on pure fact. The movie does an awesome job of recreating the mood during the early 80′s, and Val Kilmer as usual, is a dead ringer for a true drug addicted, troubled star like John Holmes. The fact is John Holmes was there that morning July 1, 1981. His palm prints were on the table and the head board of the bed above Ron Launius’s head. Whether or not he was forced to participate or watch is something I don’t think anyone will ever know. It’s amazing that something like that actually happened, the crime scene is horrific. Eddie Nash wasn’t there, but I believe his bodygaurd was. He died in 1995. It’s unforunate that the book written by the two detectives from the actual case, “Four on the Floor” is no longer in print. The film was excellent with an all-star cast and I am disappointed it didn’t get better reviews. For those of you looking for the song when David Lind (McDerrmott) walks into the party at Wonderland, it is called “Faith to Arise” and is on the soundtrack to the film. There are only three songs not included on the soundtrack from the film. One is Joan Jett’s “Don’t Give a Damn ‘Bout My Reputation” and the other two I don’t know the names of. One is played after the robbery at Nash’s when the gang is counting the amount of loot they got back at the Wonderland house, and the other is when Val Kilmer is driving to Nash’s house after calling him from the pay phone after the robbery. One thing you can say is that John Holmes certainly had an intersting life and died because of it. Lastly, Boogie Nights…great movie, fictional. Later all, sorry for being long-winded. :)

  24. jones  |   Posted on Dec 21st, 2004 0

    just happened on this web site. read most of the posting comparing boogie nights and wonderland. one thing no one mentioned (if they did sorry) was that in boogie nights, dirk diggler refers to john holmes/johnny wadd while talking to burt reynolds as they drive in the van. that was when he and the other guy reed were trying to sell reynolds on these two new characters they developed. so i don’t think boogie nights tried to say that the diggler character was infact holmes. they just used the holmes story to build a movie and get a few extra scenes out of it for boogie nights.

  25. stllimit  |   Posted on Dec 22nd, 2004 0

    Jones, while watching the movie Boogie nights the other day, I noticed the exact same thing. He says something to the effect of the Wadd character that Holmes created being all about beating up on women, and something about how that wasn’t cool. I watch too much TV…lol. :)

  26. MikeCrockett'sDiva  |   Posted on Dec 22nd, 2004 0

    I have a question for anyone who reads this page…
    If it wasn’t for John holmes involvement,would the wonderland murders even have got the attention and noteriety that it did or would it have just been another California mass murder? I just came to the conclusion that it was only john holmes involvement that made the case public anyone wanna comment??

  27. tsllimit  |   Posted on Dec 23rd, 2004 0

    I agree that this case recieved alot of attention because of Holmes involvement. It seems as though the fact that a “celebrity” was involved makes the case more enticing, especially for film deals. This is for obvious reasons. No one would care about some average joe being invloved in the murder of four people, and this is proven over and over again, because these things do happen. Holmes life was intersting because he was known, and known in a business that is questionable to alot of people. He stirred constroversy on that alone. Then you add in all the other details of his life (his failed marriage to a very straight woman, his under-age girlfriend and an outrageous problem with pathelogical lying and drugs) which without the murders could make him stand out. You are right. Although this case would still have gained media attention due to the fact that it is technically still an unsolved, open case (not to mention a heinious, gruesome murder), it would never have been given the magnitude of attention it has had Holmes not have been who he was. The public is facinated by this man’s life because it was bigger than him. And agree, or not that he was a star in his own right, you certainly can agree that he lived one hell of a life.

  28. MikeCrockett'sDiva  |   Posted on Jan 10th, 2005 0

    I have a really dumb and perhaps morbid question… in the actual LAPD crime scene footage of the Wonderland murders,they show the close up of the blood spattered Records in the Living Room where they find the first victim What album is it that they show? I have used zoom on my DVD player and still can’t make it out, In high school I had a HUGE record collection but I just cannot recall this particular cover. For some reason I tend to think it looks like REO Speedwagon but I would really like to know for sure…..PLEASE HELP!!!!

  29. mary  |   Posted on Feb 15th, 2005 0

    THE MOVIE WAS AWSOME, I BELIEVE THAT HOLMES WAS INVOLVED BUT FORCED TO USE HELP.
    IF ANYONE KNOWS WERE I CAN VEIW PICTURES OF THE REAL WONDERLAND MIUDERS PLS E-MAIL ME THANKS
    YOU ROCK HOLMES

  30. Dawn  |   Posted on Apr 6th, 2005 0

    Just for the reocrd : Wonderland did not steal anything from Boogie Nights. Wonderland is a fact based story about something that did happen. The only unclear issue is whether Holmes intentionally dropped a dime on his “friends” to Nash (and maybe even helped with the murders (print found on Ron’s headboard) or Nash beat him until he gave up the gang and was the Forced to help them get inside & watch the murders (if so also likely they made him take a few swings too-explains the print) Anyway..my point is “Boogie Nights” was loosely based on John Holmes life. This is why the movies are so similar, but it was Boogie Nights who stole from John Holmes’ story, not the other way around. By the way – Loved Wonderland and have always loved Boogie Nights too .

  31. Angel Of Death  |   Posted on Apr 7th, 2005 0

    Notice that in the film, there are two different versions of the crime that are shown, and at the end, a third version is played out in detail. The first is from the biker’s point of veiw, the second is from Holmes’s P.O.V., and the third is the cops P.O.V. To me, the third seems the most believable.

  32. Georgia  |   Posted on Apr 15th, 2005 0

    I was just out in LA and drove by the house–gave me a very surreal and creepy feeling but definitely brought home the reality of the whole scenario. I am wondering, though, how the drugged out people made it up and down the NARROW Wonderland without getting into serious car accidents. My husband and I were completely straight and we had a hard time squeezing our compact car through the curves–it was very precarious driving.

    LOVED the movie and am going to watch it again, now that I’ve seen the real deal.

    I’m of the mind that the two movies are not that similar, even though about the same subject matter.

  33. Georgia  |   Posted on Apr 19th, 2005 0

    I sent in a comment about the murders before the one about the poker junk. Did you receive it?

  34. Georgia  |   Posted on Apr 21st, 2005 0

    Is anyone home?

  35. Bobbetta  |   Posted on Apr 28th, 2005 0

    Although the movie was very specific on what might have happened, I have yet to see the picture on the murder victims of Wonderland. I hope someone can give me a link on where I can find the photos.

    P.S
    The movies “Wonderland” and “Boogie Nights” where an excellent visual of what happened and how it could have gone down. (Great acting!)

  36. Antonio  |   Posted on Apr 30th, 2005 0

    I want know where is now, currently, David Lind in the real life. Please answer me. Where is today David Lind, what he do today in the real life?

    • Tammy  |   Posted on May 16th, 2008 0

      David Lind was my cousin and died of a heroin overdose in 1995.

      Peace.

      • betsy  |   Posted on Aug 3rd, 2008 0

        Hello Tammy My name is Betsy I have a daughter who happens to be the granddaughter of David Lind and i am also in touch with his daughter. Can we get pictures of him we have no information none of his belonging nothing we would love to get in touch with you . where is Bernice NaNa B ? are u the daughter of Bennett or related to Danny

    • Tammy  |   Posted on May 16th, 2008 0

      David Lind was my cousin and died of a heroin overdose in 1995.

      Peace.

  37. Elias  |   Posted on May 12th, 2005 0

    First, let me say Wonderland is an awesome movie.
    Second, you cant compare Wonderland to Boogie Nights its true what another person says “The only thing those 2 movies have in common is the PENIS”…
    Third, I know the Book “Four on the Floor” by the two detectives is out of print but does anybody know where I can obtain a copy? or another book that is about this topic besides Sharon’s book. I would really appreciate some feedback about this, My friend is torturing me and im doing this because she wants to be a Homicide Detective…Thanks for your help…

  38. Georgia  |   Posted on May 16th, 2005 0

    Here’s an interesting tidbit–I watched Wonderland again and noticed that the address on the house is “3678″, which is the real address, backwards. Guess maybe the current owners want to remain as anonymous as possible(?)

    I can’t even find Sharon’s book. On one site it states that Dawn wrote it (it’s titled “The Road Through Wonderland, right?)

    I’ve looked for the actual crime scene photos and haven’t had any luck.

  39. Anonymous  |   Posted on May 16th, 2005 0

    My mother was a “client” of Eddie Nash’s and he was a “client” of her’s in her finance business. Keep looking for the truth. My mother recently died suddenly and as I go through her effects I find diturbing info regarding the involvment between Nash and my mother. There are answers waiting to be found, I am only starting to realize the questions I should have asked long ago.

  40. SarahtheDiva  |   Posted on Jun 21st, 2005 0

    No one out there knows what record that was in the crime scene video? Still wondering endlessly everytime I watch my wonderland DVD! By the way I am no longer MikeCrockett’s Diva, Bad relationship ended back in February!

  41. first off the songs NOT on the soundtrack are as follows (in no order):

    1. “Bad Reputation” – Joan Jett & the Blackhearts (played when John goes back to see dawn…after he “left” when they threw the betamax thru the sliding glass door)

    2. “La Grange” – ZZ Top (played when John picks up Dawn and screws her in the bathroom of the religious fanatic)

    3. “Shambala” – Three Dog Night
    (during the scene where Janene Garofalo says “baby, i need a hit real bad…”)

    4. “Maggot Brain” – Parliament
    (the scene after ron launius is introduced and before john holmes is intro’d to david lind by ron launius)

    5. “All Right Now” – Free (party scene when Josh Lucas says “daaaavey”).

    6. “Dean” – Terry Reid
    (the infmaous “how much loot was taken” scene)

    7. “Stranger In A Strange Land” – Leon Russell & The Shelter People
    (played at the end credits…after the neil diamond cover…sounds remotely like axl rose singing..heh)

    8. “Spanish Moon” – Robert Palmer
    (played when John calls Eddie Nash and drives to Nash’s house before he gets the crap kicked out of him…Holmes’ telling of what happened)

    9. “Satellite of Love” – Lou Reed
    (not sure what scene this is in…it’s listed in the credits though)

    10. “I Work The Whole City” – (taken from the taxi driver score)
    (played when they’re leaving eddie nash’s house…david lind’s telling of it…)

    (yes, i actually scoured thru the credits to get this info…heh)

    secondly…
    Boogie Nights and Wonderland are two COMPLETELY different movies. in fact, boogie nights is only LOOSELY based on the life of John Holmes or basically how he came into the porn industry. Wonderland is a three-sided depiction of the extrememly horrific events that transpired on the morning of July 1. 1981. the first side is David Lind’s side…2nd is John Holmes’ side…3rd is actually NOT of the LAPD…but more a combination of Dawn & Sharon’s story as well as Eddie Nash’s. Those of you who own the DVD…they actually tell about this on the director’s commentary…along with the story of Christina Applegate growing up right up the street from the house (a question of her age came up…according to the director’s commentary she was 6 or 7…this is not true. she would’ve been 9 going on 10 when this took place).

    ok, now my thoughts of the movie…
    it’s a brilliant movie that basically lets the viewer decide who really did what…
    as for that…what i believe happened (according to the movie…and doing some of my own research) is john holmes set up the heist against nash….he ratted the “wonderland gang” to nash to save his own butt. as far as lind’s account of what happened….i personally think 98% of what he said was pure (pardon the expression) horseshit, john’s story had a bit more truth to it…as far as what happened during the robbery…and it actually coincides with nash’s account of the robbery as well as sharon & dawn’s version (from what john had told them of course). as far as the murders…
    i think john DID make some blows to ron launius…but was coerced by nash’s goons. Nash may not have actually done anything…but i think he was present.

    if you want crime photos…well…you could buy the dvd, freeze frame during the last scene where the murders are taking place….the first scene you see ted levine…you see a bulletin board with a number of pictures. there’s a combination of pictures with the actors who played the victims as well as actual autopsy photos and crimes scene photos. there’s also the crime scene video in all it’s disturbing “glory” (note the bad/shaky video quality…this was 1981…video technology was still relatively new here).
    also, i found a site that has a FEW crime scene photos…
    click here to see them
    the victims you’ll see are Barbara Richardson & Billy Deverell (sp?).

    other odd facts i noticed…
    the bonaparte hotel…is actually The Bonaventure in downtown Los Angeles.
    the opening title sequence..if you look closely…it’s a crime scene photo of ron launius

    (this has been pointed out already) the address of 8763 Wonderland was reversed to 3678 partially for slightly legal reasons. basically the current residents who live at the house now (which has to be just…creepy. i’ve got the heeby jeebies just DRIVING by the house) don’t really want people curious about what the house looks like driving by incessantly.

    the boat scene..shot in Long Beach.

  42. SarahtheDiva  |   Posted on Aug 8th, 2005 0

    Exactly where do you find the crime scene photos of barbara Richardson and Billy Deverell? I tried clicking but it didn’t work I really want to see these please post a response ASAP

  43. SarahtheDiva  |   Posted on Aug 10th, 2005 0

    I was just looking at some interesting Wonderland info at crimelibrary.com and One thing they stated is that back in the day the wonderland house was patrolled by two snarling pit bulls now if that were true how come the murderers didn’t get attacked or at least bit? Secondly the crime scene video on the DVD makes no mention whatsoever about the dogs, nor has anything else I have ever read about wonderland has mentioned these two dogs.

  44. james  |   Posted on Aug 18th, 2005 0

    Does anyone know if David Lind is still alive? How about pictures of the real Eddie Nash?

  45. patrick engeleiter  |   Posted on Aug 19th, 2005 0

    Where is susan lianus, david lind, eddie nash, and sharon holmes now? Are they all living, and where, and what do they do?

    Thanks

  46. patrick engeleiter  |   Posted on Aug 19th, 2005 0

    Where can I get pictures of eddie nash et al.
    Same with the crime scene

  47. SarahtheDiva  |   Posted on Aug 20th, 2005 0

    There is a brief photo of Eddie Nash on the Bonus DVD of the wonderland set when Sharon Holmes is talking about the murders. If you don’t want to sit through the whole bonus disc select the section titled July 1 1981 and Sharon narrates the first part of it and you will see the real Eddie Nash you will also see brief photos of the murder victims. The strange thing is the real Eddie Nash looks oriental and the real life victims look nothing like the actors who played them.

  48. mark  |   Posted on Aug 29th, 2005 0

    eddie nash is alive yet frail living in los los angeles. Sharon holmes has cancer but is also still alive and apparently in remission. David lind is apparently dead of a heroin overdose 1995 although due to several social security numbers he had is difficult to verify. Dawn is alive and well living in oregon.Greg diles is also dead 1995.

  49. denise  |   Posted on Sep 8th, 2005 0

    where on the internet can you see pictures of sharon holmes and eddie nash???

  50. SarahtheDiva  |   Posted on Sep 21st, 2005 0

    I don’t think you will find any photos of sharon holmes or eddie nash on the net your best bet is to watch the wonderland bonus dvd I’m still looking for autopsy photos and no luck whatsoever yet.

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