Trudi Chase Message Board
Elaine O'Neill posts on 2/3/2006 5:47:12 PM
Trudi, i read your book quite a few years ago and always wondered if you had met up with your mother and what came of it if you did. You are a very brave lady and good luck to you.
To the lady who wanted to know about when rabbit howls film there was one it was called voices within ive tried to get it myself without any luck.
Carma Shumake posts on 1/13/2006 2:12:07 PM
I saw Trudi interviewed several years ago and was astounded by the obvious changes in her facial features, mannerisms etc, when switching among the 'troops'. Can someone tell me where or how I can see this interview again?
Shannon posts on 11/18/2005 1:03:34 AM
Trudi, I saw your movie about 10 years ago, and it gave me nightmares. It took incredible courage for you to write about your experiences. You are a truly strong, courageous woman. I hope you and the troops have found peace, hope you and your daughter and husband are doing well. Bless You
Manuela posts on 8/24/2005 12:04:32 PM
Im a german. I read this book on and on. How can i know more about the autor?
Kat posts on 7/19/2005 1:37:58 PM
Wasn't there a TV movie about Trudi Chase's book "When Rabbit Howls"? If so, does anyone know how I can get a copy?
Jewel Carlson posts on 7/14/2005 1:32:36 PM
The song "Hell is for Children" rang in my mind like the liberty bell before it cracked. Why?? How? Human renovation is needed, its a must. I am not a victim of the crime nearly a passer bye that feels tangled in the hopeless feeling. The fact that the abuser was abused is the cycle that never ends. I cried, I felt, and I cant describe the weeping that my limbs bestow on this issue. To ask where the "women" Trudi is or can she touch base is inpersonal and rude her privacy is actually a must at this point i believe. Thanks for even speaking out that much, your life and triumph is much credited to my forever need to engineer and rebuild the minds of the youth! I wish for you all the ten thousand arms of pure love to wrap the forever bleeding.
arianna posts on 7/3/2005 4:18:33 AM
I just wondered how one makes that decision that it's different personalities, some energy that takes on it's own life rather than schizophrenia?
Kelly posts on 3/28/2005 7:06:24 PM
I'm almost finished reading "When Rabbit Howls", the effect is.. beyond words.
Paluska posts on 3/16/2005 1:16:32 PM
Thank you Trudi for allowing some of us out here to better understand ourselves through your experiences. You are a BRAVE, Couragous woman! How are the Troops doing lately? Are any of you planning to write another book? My therapist and I are stumbling through discoveries of the people within my mind. It's SO scarey, and intimidating to deal with! The screams won't stop! I'm tired...I am currently re-reading "When Rabbit Howls" and can't get over the similarities in our lives. I would love to hear how you and the Troops are doing now. Does the mess and confusion ever improve? Is there any hope for people like us to gain a 'normal' existance?
Thank you for your bravery, for sharing parts of yourself with us, and for letting those bastards who abuse children see what damage they can cause! You and the Troops are AMAZING!
Natasha posts on 2/11/2005 6:56:19 AM
I wish you a happiness as much as possible. You have gone through horrible things.
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