Adam Walks Between Worlds|
Type of Passage: Death
Date of Passage: February 20th. 1997
Author: Pagan Communities
Posted: February 20th. 1997
Times Viewed: 16,242
I met Adam Walks Between Worlds last summer at Starwood. I had read some of his articles and letters that had been published in Green Egg before that, and was curious about his name. I must say, I pictured someone quite different from the chubby, red-haired bard, with orange beard and twinkling green eyes.
I was performing with Urban Myth last year, and some members of the group did a little impromptu two-song "gig" at the Starwood cafe, to get everyone psyched about our upcoming concert. Adam was there, and after we stopped singing, he brought out his guitar. One friend and I sang a bit with him, and sat down at a table to join Adam and several others in a fun and lively jam session. He complimented us on our voices and harmonies, and asked us what songs we wanted to sing.
He knew some great songs, old and new, and rewrote lyrics to some old favorites to capture pagan meanings in that classic bard style we see in our community. Adam went on to play almost non-stop the rest of the afternoon, and performed a lot the rest of the week, occasionally to the chagrin of people wanting to enjoy their coffee and pancakes in peace! I always had fun listening to him, though; he was a bard in the true sense of the word: funny, charming, and a lover of song. He will be missed.
Man, 36, Found Shot to Death in His Home By DAVID REYES
Residents in this quiet community expressed shock Friday after waking up to the clamor of Orange County crime lab investigators at work after a 36-year-old man was found shot to death inside his residence.The victim's body was discovered by a woman who livedthere after she returned to the residence about 11 p.m. in the 26000 block of Valenzuela Circle, said Sheriff's spokesman Lt. Ron Wilkerson. The victim was found dead from at least two gunshots, Wilkerson said. He said no weapon was found inside the residence.
Sheriff's investigators did not have a motive for the crime but downplayed the likelihood of a home invasion and robbery. There were no smashed windows" in the residence, Wilkerson said. "And, it doesn't appear outwardly to be an invasion robbery or anything like that." Neighbors said the couple had not lived in the home on Valenzuela Circle for long. They also said they did not hear anything unusual Thursday night such as gunshots. On Friday, deputies had cordoned off an entire cul-de-sac, limiting access to the public.
"I've been working on this house since December, " said Robert Irby, a drywall finisher working in the neighborhood, "and it's really quiet around here."
The victim's identity was not released, pending notification of relatives, Wilkerson said.
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Age Group: Adult
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