It does so because it turns out that Joyce McKinney is the same person as the Bernann McKinney who this week was reported as having paid $50,000 for five cloned copies of Booger, her pit bull terrier.
In 1977, the former Miss Wyoming stalked her lover, a Mormon missionary, to a tabernacle in East Ewell, Surrey, allegedly kidnapped him and held him in a cottage in Devon. There, the 17-stone Kirk Anderson claimed, his petite, busty admirer tied him to a bed using mink-trimmed handcuffs, slipped into a see-through nightie and forced him into sex.
At a remand hearing she declared her love for the Mormon with the immortal line: “I’d ski naked down Mount Everest with a carnation up my nose if he asked me.”
Friday, August 08, 2008
Dog clone woman is "Manacled Mormon" kidnapper
Those of us of a certain age have memories of Joyce McKinney and the "Manacled Mormon" case in the back of our minds somewhere. The Times helpfully provides a reminder of the details:
It seems that all these years on, McKinney still loves not wisely but too well.