Joyce Reardon Message Board

MaNessa posts on 6/1/2008 2:09:51 PM The "diary" book is a wonderful way to correlate belief with fact. Joyce Reardon wrote that book. The author's name is a psuedonym....figure it out. Stephen King had Joyce write this book as a wonderful bridge to his book. Also, Beaumont University is real...but look at that page very closely. Do you notice that the only link you can actually view is he link to the Departments..?? COME ON! What a wonderful hoax. I guess Stephen King's multiple brushes with "death" really livened him up at that time. This was probably his most amazing scheme ever. One more (and last) Kudo for the scary man!! I really want to give my adoration for Stephen King. He actually sat down and thought about this one for atleast....a couple of days.
Tami posts on 4/28/2008 8:14:29 PM Ok, I just found a copy of "The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer; My Life At Rose Red" Intrigued, I bought it, even though I have never seen the mini-series. I found the book in the nonfiction section at the store, BUT it cleary says on the side, Hyperion "FICTION". So, is it fact or fantasy? If Dr. Joyce Reardon is fictional herself, Beumont University certainly goes a LONG way to make her seem real on their site. And a University with an actual Department of Paranormal Phenomena?!? Then, as I'm searching, I find that Stephen King even says the book was actually written by Riddley. So, what is fact and what is fiction?? Was this all a brilliant ploy between two writers?
Tyler Anderson posts on 4/23/2008 10:17:10 PM JOYCE REARDON is a real proffesor. JOYCE REARDON works at Beaumont University. JOYCE REARDON is not lying. This is a true and malicious story. It should not be taken lightly

Kody posts on 4/18/2008 1:03:47 PM GUYS!!! Think about it, there actually IS a professor at that college that DID publish this book. I know you guys want to believe that she is fake and so is the house but in truth they are not! This was actually based off of a REAL mansion (that is now a museum) and Joyce is truly real. Just go to the URL that is inside the book and you will find all of this out!
Brenda posts on 4/12/2008 12:15:08 AM Joyce Reardon is a fake. A very collaboration formed by Ridley Pearson. Do some research. You will find that he writes under the name 'Dr. Joyce Reardon Ph.D'. He is a novelist from Missouri who has published many other works.
Mary Geyer posts on 4/5/2008 6:06:25 PM PLEASE everybody! There IS no Joyce Reardon, there IS no Rose Red, there IS no Ellen Rimbauer. I did the research on this and Stephen King collaborated with another author to perpetrate this. Its brilliant of course but it isn't true.
Stephanie posts on 3/29/2008 9:00:16 AM Rose Red is a BASED on a true story. Joyce Reardon is not a fictional character, nor is the mansion fictional. If you purchase a copy of the Steven King mini series on Rose Red and watch the special features there is actually an interview with Joyce just before she is preparing to go into the house and conduct her research. The mini series was made before Joyce's research team entered the mansion, (if they ever actually got to) so the mini series is not (necessarily) based on their findings in the mansion itself. I am really curious to find out if they actually got to go into the house, and if they did what they found, but I cannot find any information about it. If anyone knows anything or knows someplace to direct me please let me know!!!
Lina posts on 2/24/2008 2:31:46 PM Rose Red is totally real and Steven King did so not write that book. Ellen did, it's her diary! And Joyce Reardon totally got taken by the house, I mean seriously we haven't heard anything from her since.
x posts on 1/22/2008 7:45:45 PM but didnt it say on the dvd case based on a true story? -grabs movie- i guess not. i must have been thin king of the exorcist. oh well =]
Erin posts on 11/3/2007 11:47:44 PM Joyce apparently came out ok. There is a link in the Book to the university where she is head of the paranormal studies department. It definitely makes it sound like she is alive and well. They always use present tense when speaking of her. She is not a fictional character and the house is not fictional either. I live in the same state that the house was built and obviously a fictional character could not work at a real college. There is a museum in with many things from the house used in exibits(photos and many historical items).
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