Stacy Denton
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[Image: 917BaselineRdYellowHouse01.gif]Stacy Denton's
Strange Story

About her three homeless friends
and 917 Baseline Road



Quote:RECAP OF INFORMATION POSTED ONLINE ABOUT STACY DENTON, 917 BASELINE:

00. 1997-12-24 News Article: 48-year-old homeless man, David Emmit Simpson, face was beaten

01. Stacy Denton, played guitar and sang at the Pearl St. mall with 3 homeless guys
02. She was a folksinger from the Pearl Street Mall for 11 years, with her bird, Dolly
03. Stacy Denton claimed JonBenet's murder happened at 917 Baseline Road
04. She said the murder weapon possibly was in the basement, in a heating duct
05. She said it happened in the basement at 917 Baseline on the pool table
06. She said the green fibers in JonBenet's hair were from the pool table.
07. She said her homeless friends spotted John Ramsey carrying JonBenet's body in garment bag
08. She said her friends reported what they saw and were murdered, dumped into Boulder Creek
09. The three homeless guys witness a man carrying body 12/25/1996 by 917 Baseline house
10. Two of the homeless men were Daniel Julian (July 97), Thomas Lemmon (Aug 97)
11. Third homeless man was David Emmett Simpson (aka "Mad Dog") who died Sept 97
12. Stacy Denton said JonBenet Ramsey died in a "A Dianic Wicca ritual"
13. Stacy feared for her life after her three friends died and she left the state
14. Stacy said "I found that around the U.S., Boulder is known as "Occult Central"
15. Stacy said "A painter found occult paraphelnalia in all of John Ramsey's offices!

Internet Subculture Feedback:

16. 1999-04-10 Starfist posted on Justice Watch about street person sending FAX at Safeway
17. 1999-04-10 Starfist questions whether the person sending FAX at Safeway is Jameson
18. 1999-04-14 Starfist obtained the political cartoon that was FAXED from Safeway
19. 2001-05-21 Stacy Denton tells story on BNF about political cartoon and 917 Baseline
20. 2001-05-21 Stacy Denton put her "Ballad To Jon Benet" on the Boulder News Forum
21. 2001-06-18 Nandee posts the house owner information on Cybersleuths forum
22. 2001-06-18 ACandyRose posts names of house residents on the Cybersleuths forum
23. 2001-06-21 Kimba posts some research on reverse telehone numbers on Cybersleuths forum
24. 2001-06-27 Chatter posts on Cybersleuths forum the location where house pic is
25. 2001-06-27 Jameson posts a picture of the house on her Webbsleuths forum
26. 2005-05-23 Eagle1 posts that he/she and others e-mailed with Stacy Denton at one time
27. 2005-07-21 BienHoa1968 posted names of 3 homeless men on Cybersleuths forum




Stacy Denton seems to have disappeared and Internet posters were still asking in 2005 if anybody has heard from her or anything else on this story. More currently in 2007, I found a Daily Camera News article titled, "Club offers support to homeless" that talks about "a Stacy Denton" and was wondering if this is the same Stacy Denton who told this story so many years ago?

Quotes from the following article:
http://www.dailycamera.com/news/2007/jan...-homeless/

"Rain or shine, snow or sun, every morning Stacy Denton grabs the same table in the back of the Pearl Street Mall Starbucks near the stir sticks and the creamer."

"Denton is sort of like the group's matriarch. Always concerned for her friends' well-being, she's become notorious for her constant storm forecasts, earning her the label "homeless weather lady."

"Although she's often a rock for others, Denton credits the morning meetings — which can last from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. — for keeping her off the streets."

"That's where she found herself in 1999, at age 46. Suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder brought on by "the nastiest divorce," Denton was eating out of Dumpsters and sleeping under a Boulder Creek tunnel."
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From Boulder Camers 12/24/1997

Some officials said they may look at links between Chase's murder that that of a homeless man found beaten to death on University of Colorado property near Boulder Creek in early September. David Emmett Simpson, known as "Mad Dog," also was severely beaten about the head.

"That's something we are going to have to look at," said CU Sgt. Brett Brough Tuesday. "We basically gave them (Boulder police) all the information we had" about Simpson's killing, which also is unsolved.
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http://extra.scripps.com/cgi-bin/WebX?bo...0@.ee6b3b3

ramsey expose hits the road
Stacy Denton - 11:30am May 21, 2001 EST
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After making a political cartoon about Jon Benet Ramsey, and my editor refusing to print it...I called KOA Radio and told the listeners where the murder happened (917 Baseline Rd.) and where the murder weapon possibly was (in the basement, in a heating duct) then took to the road and passed out my political cartoon all across the United States on Hwy 10..got to Florida and used the internet to e-mail my ballad (expose to the cadence of "Where Have All The Flowers Gone?") to radio stations, t.v. stations, newspapers across the u.s....then told etired police chief, Bob Nelendrs, about all this and he's been pounding Colorado authorities with the info ever since January....good grief! I feel 'drawn into the vortex" , as the detective stated! Wish my friends were not in the foothills Christmas night, wish they never spotted John Ramsey carrying Jon Benet's body in a garment bag, with the black flashlight under his arm, confused and dazed..then returned home to sneak her body into the basement...then my pals report what they saw and were murdered and dumped into Boulder Creek! Was never involved with the Ramsey thing before this happened...but the abuse of small children in Dianic Wica rituals, where they are drugged and molested ;;;and then can't recall a thing to report it (Jon Benet and Burke reportedly being their favorites!) amongst prominent citizens in this 'circle of friends'...was more than I could bear, being as my daughter and 3 step girls live there and my son, maybe my grandchildren one day! I found that around the U.S., Boulder is known as "Occult Central" and people see it as very believable that Jon Benet died in an occult ritual, especially since a painter found occult paraphelnalia in all of John Ramsey's offices!(he works now at the C.U. Bookstore with Rick Denton), but people in Boulder do not wish to think about it...they seem apathetic...917 Baseline Road..go check it out! A lot happened in the basement, on the pool table! The only forensic evidence that matters on Jon Benet is the green, hairlike fibers from that pool table, where she died when her bro accidently came to and struck her on the temple with a large black flashlight...this line of thinking needs to be investigated..local authorities I have given up on! Stacy Denton, folksinger from the Pearl Street Mall for 11 years, with her bird , Dolly, has to leave her daughter who has Lupus and is on dialysis to do this, cuz no man in Boulder has the guts to, or is willing to do it! Shame! Well, like the troubadour I am, off i go! stacydenton32548@yahoo.com



Stacy Denton - 11:37am May 21, 2001 EST (#1 of 51)
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This is a ballad written by Stacy Denton, about a theory that ought to be investigated; those who live in Boulder, Colorado know all about this theory..why doesn't the media!!??!!

Ballad To Jon Benet

Where have Jon Benet's warriors gone? (cadence of Long time passing. Where Have All The Where have her men gone? Flowers Gone?) Long time ago. Where have those who cared gone? Back to their t.v.s everyone.

When will we ever learn? Oh, when will we ever learn.

Where have the witnesses gone from that Christmas night? They were streetmen in the foothills When Mr. Ramsey came...carrying her body in a garment bag. (They were went to the authorities and reported what they saw and were murdered and dumped in Boulder Creek.) They knew too much so they were disposed of! It doesn't really matter. They were nothing but human refuse. They were only human refuse.

Where did the murder happen? Long time passing.. Where did she REALLY die? Long time ago.. At 917 Baseline Rd., on a pool table , in the basement. Yellow brick house on a corner. (A Dianic Wicca ritual) Evidence still abounds. All the proof you need is there! Like to green hairlike fibers the coroner found in her hair and on her jammies... fibers from this pool table.

Where has the worker gone? Long time passing.. He used to be a painter Long time ago. He saw occult paraphenalia in ALL of John Ramsey's offices! But he never told anyone. He was too scared to tell. (Now he works at the C.U. Bookstore at the University of Colorado with Richard Denton)

Why aren't the men outraged?! One of our girls has been killed!! Why aren't the dads outraged?! They do not care. They say, "My girl is safe in her bed and all is well." They must never know! They must never know!

We don't want to know the truth. It's too eerie to take in. We block out the truth. And we move on ..so all those in wicca move freely! While we sit in our comfy recliners, beer in hand, closing our ears to the cries of our daughters, "Daddy, are we safe in Boulder? Daddy, don't you care?"

God looks on these 'lukewarm' men, neither hot or cold (Book of Revelations, Chapter 3) and He spews them out of His mouth. Their selfish , lazy ways not pleasing to Him. He removes His presence from Boulder.

Boulder folks can't figure out why the town seems colder now. Mom and Pop shops close one by one and kids riot in the streets.

The wind sighs. The trees bow and moan. The rains cry. The doves coo, "Who? Who? Who will rescue us?"
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The three homeless guys who died were:

Daniel Julian -- July 97.
Thomas Lemmon -- Aug 97
David Emmett Simpson (aka "Mad Dog") -- Sept 97
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Club offers support to homeless
Friends help each other off the streets
By Vanessa Miller (Contact)
Monday, January 1, 2007

Rain or shine, snow or sun, every morning Stacy Denton grabs the same table in the back of the Pearl Street Mall Starbucks near the stir sticks and the creamer.

Moments after the 52-year-old coffee fiend orders her favorite brewed quaff, she sees a familiar face — and another and another. Before long about eight currently or formerly homeless men and women are gathered together near the fireplace, chatting about a broad range of subjects from a funny puppy outside to a not-so-funny police encounter.

Sarcasm can often shake the group with laughter as they rib each other for yesterday's adventure or poke fun at the popular elder, whom they call Old School. Sometimes, the friends bring gifts and pictures to share like kindergartners during show and tell.

Occasionally, conversation takes a more serious tone, calling on some of the group's stronger members to provide refuge and support for those facing tough times.

This makeshift breakfast club is the reason some of Boulder's homeless population have made it off the streets, and the reason others have hope to one day do the same. It's not organized by any official agency. The morning meeting grew out of the natural need for community — a gravitation toward people who "understand" and "who have things in common with you," Denton said.

"It's a nice place to come," she said. "And we can relate because we've been through the same stuff."

Denton is sort of like the group's matriarch. Always concerned for her friends' well-being, she's become notorious for her constant storm forecasts, earning her the label "homeless weather lady."

Although she's often a rock for others, Denton credits the morning meetings — which can last from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. — for keeping her off the streets.

That's where she found herself in 1999, at age 46. Suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder brought on by "the nastiest divorce," Denton was eating out of Dumpsters and sleeping under a Boulder Creek tunnel.

She was motivated to change by her 23-year-old daughter's desperate plea.

"She flipped out," Denton said. "She said, 'Please, Mom, try one more time.'"

Visiting a mental health counselor helped, and so did medication, Denton said. Community advisers began pushing her to file for assistance, and then a miracle happened.

"I got an apartment," Denton said. "It wasn't even real. I couldn't even sleep at night, I was so excited."

The combination of community services and a loving daughter pulled Denton out of despair, but something else is responsible for keeping her happy and healthy: her coffee-club friends — her people, she said.

"I would have gone nuts without this," she said. "These people have valuable things to contribute. They have so much to say."
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