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Twenty two faces : inside the extraordinary life of Jenny Hill and her twenty-two multiple personalities, a biography

Author: Judy Byington
Publisher: Mustang, OK : Tate Publishing, 2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English
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"Referring to journals written throughout childhood, Jenny Hill and her multiple personalities document how as a five year-old, she overcomes trauma by turning to prayer while utilizing her alter states to compartmentalize abuse at the hands of a master mind-control programmer from Nazi Germany. After suffering deaths of a high school sweetheart, plus her only girlfriend, she somehow completes Army medic training,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Biography
Named Person: Jenny Hill, Prof.
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Judy Byington
ISBN: 9781620240328 1620240327
OCLC Number: 788278893
Description: 428 pages ; 23 cm
Responsibility: foreword by Colin A. Ross ; Judy Byington.

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"Referring to journals written throughout childhood, Jenny Hill and her multiple personalities document how as a five year-old, she overcomes trauma by turning to prayer while utilizing her alter states to compartmentalize abuse at the hands of a master mind-control programmer from Nazi Germany. After suffering deaths of a high school sweetheart, plus her only girlfriend, she somehow completes Army medic training, receives a nursing degree, prepares for a church mission and becomes a mother. Simultaneously led by sex-addict Head Alter J.J., intrepid alters assume frequent control, engaging in larceny and prostitution. With her children, her lifeline, the increasingly desperate nurse escapes a drugged-out pimping husband, blacks out in a job interview, comes to nine days later as an inpatient headed for the Utah State Psychiatric Hospital and only then learns what her life has really been"--

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