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“USS LIBERTY ~ JIM MORRISON’S FATHER” (That Jim of The Doors) and another degree of seperation

22 June, 2009



Jim Morrison’s father, George Stephen Morrison.

Aboard the USS Hancock off South Korea, December 3, 1968: South Korean Prime Minister Chung Il Kwon is flanked by his hosts, Rear Adm. George S. Morrison, left, commander of Carrier Division Nine, and Vice Adm. William F. Bringle, commander of the U.S. 7th Fleet in the Pacific, as he watches jets from Air Wing 21 take off and land on the deck of the carrier USS Hancock. Morrison, father of singer Jim Morrison of The Doors, later served as commander of U.S. Naval Forces, Marianas, before retiring in August, 1975.

Was in command of the local fleet during the Gulf of Tonkin Incident in 1964 (A false flag attack which garnered support from the American public to go to war in Viet Nam).


“Some believe his Naval career may have been slowed by political undertones surrounding his analysis of the USS Liberty incident which occurred in 1967.

“Morrison opposed the official US Navy response to the attack, and proposed an immediate and swift economic and military response against Israel for the attack on an official US Navy ship.”

(Wow, what a piece to the puzzle!)


Don’t forget Jim went to seminary school. He went to Florida State University when it was seminary.

Jim Morrison quotes, “cancel my subscription to the resurrection”
“When I was back in seminary school, there was a man there who put forth the proposition that you could petition the Lord with prayer, petition the Lord with prayer….YOU CAN NOT PETITION THE LORD WITH PRAYER!! “
“…The monk bought lunch Ha ha, he bought a little, Yes, he did,..”
                                                                                             -last two quotes from From “the Soft Parade.”

~ Thomas Richards

What a cutie. Youngest photo of Jim I have ever seen.


from the website SNIPPITS and SNAPPITS

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