One of the main things that made Leah Remini’s Thetan-infused brainwashed brain snap out of it and go into “Something in the barley water is fucked up” mode was when she got in trouble for casually asking about Shelly Miscavige, her friend and the wife of Scientology’s head queen David Miscavige. At the 2006 wedding of Scientology’s golden prince Tom Cruise and his then beard robot Katie Holmes, Leah noticed that Shelly wasn’t there and when she asked, she was told to shut her lips because she doesn’t have the Xenudamn rank to ask about other Scientologists. Leah and others never saw Shelly again.
When Leah quit the cult of crazy, she filed a missing persons report on Shelly with the LAPD. The LAPD eventually stamped “unfounded” on the missing persons report and declared that Shelly was not missing. That was in 2013 and Shelly has reportedly not be seen since then, until semi-recently.
Tony Ortega’s The Underground Bunker site says that Shelly disappeared in the summer of 2005 after she made small changes at Scientology’s International Base in Hemet, CA. Those little changes apparently caused her husband’s puffy Scientolohole lips to explode in anger. Tony believes that after Little Lord David blew up, he sent Shelly to the Church of Spiritual Technology headquarters near Twin Peaks, CA. (Not that Twin Peaks, but imagine if the Log Lady was a Scientologist?) Some believe that Shelly has been living and working there since 2005. Shelly was briefly seen in 2007 at her father’s funeral where she was in the presence of Scientology “handlers.”
A woman Tony calls Rachel has lived in the Twin Peaks area forever and wrote to tell him that she’s 90% sure that she’s spotted Shelly a couple of times. Rachel recognized Shelly from a picture of her that was shown on Leah’s interview with 20/20, which first aired in October 2015. Rachel watched the episode later.
Rachel and her husband believe they saw Shelly in December 2015 at a hardware store in the nearby town of Crestline and Shelly apparently looked like me two hours after I tried to do a “juice cleanse.” She looked very weak.
“She was a thin, smaller woman, escorted by two men,” Rachel says. “Disheveled. Almost like a drug addict, or like she was homeless.”
The woman, whom Rachel now believes was Shelly Miscavige, looked all of her 55 years, had long, stringy graying hair, and appeared “frail.”
The two men with her looked younger; Rachel estimates they were in their 30s. “They seemed to be leading her, like you would someone who was under the influence of drugs or alcohol. It was awkward.”
Rachel believes she saw Shelly again in April of this year at a market in Crestline.
Rachel says she was at Goodwin & Sons Market, a few blocks away from the hardware store, when the same woman came in, again escorted by two younger men. The woman had the same kind of appearance as the previous time, but Rachel didn’t notice if it was the same two young men.
One former employee of the CST in Twin Peaks tells Tony that he’s positive that Shelly has been living there for all these years.
QUICK, Leah, before those crazies get wind of this and move Shelly, jump in a CHOPPAH and head to Twin Peaks to save Shelly! Bring a gun loaded with Prozac just in case those alien-obsessed insane goons try to stop you. If they get hit with a Prozac pill, they’ll hopefully be too paralyzed with glibness to do shit.
And in an office in Hollywood somewhere, Christine Lahti’s agent is patiently waiting by the phone for Lifetime to call and offer his client the title role in their new movie The Disappearance Of Shelly Miscavige.