The Eternal Flapper

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AuthorHouse, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 376 pages
The Eternal Flapper: The Many Lives of Edna Wallace Hopper (1861-1959) is the amazing true story of the legendary actress, songstress, vaudeville star, silent movie star, and Wall Street trader who lived almost a century long. At the request of Edna Wallace Hopper to have her true story revealed in the 21st Century, author Jim Alessio's 20 year investigation reveals locked away secrets, some of which could have changed the course of history. Secrets include those of her stepfather's family, the notorious Dunsmuir family, the once richest family of North America, the dark and corrupt side of Wall Street, the Skull and Bones Society members, the Illuminati and additionally Edna's personal dark secrets. A letter from 1886 sealed with instructions to be opened in the year 2000 leads to a secret of the Royal House of Windsor. While in the midst of this investigation, the author accidently "opens Pandora's Box" and gets caught up in the web of the story as the British MI5 are informed of his findings. This book reads like great fiction yet is completly true. As one the first American stars of entertainment on Broadway, Edna made her transition to Vaudeville by comming out naked and selling the fountain of Youth in her sixties of age, being one of the first silent movie stars and then a key trader in the powerful world of Wall Street until her nineties of age. Thirteen decades of time pass by quickly as the story unfolds with romance, mystery, suspence, humor, historical events, tragedy as it was revealed to the investigative reporter. Not just the story of Edna, the book chronicals the lives of several famous people who surrounder her life. An additional bonus chapter reveals the secrets to the Eternal Flapper's amazing youth, health and beauty.
 

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Contents

Section 1
11
Section 2
16
Section 3
20
Section 4
26
Section 5
50
Section 6
57
Section 7
62
Section 8
79
Section 18
216
Section 19
227
Section 20
228
Section 21
236
Section 22
238
Section 23
242
Section 24
269
Section 25
270

Section 9
82
Section 10
106
Section 11
160
Section 12
171
Section 13
175
Section 14
176
Section 15
184
Section 16
193
Section 17
206
Section 26
271
Section 27
272
Section 28
276
Section 29
277
Section 30
282
Section 31
304
Section 32
329
Section 33
337
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