New rare photo of Jim Morrison with Pamela Courson at the Cheetah Club NYC 1967

Jim Morrison with Girlfriend Pamela Courson at the Cheetah Club NYC 1967. The picture is owned and sold by  Oscar Abolafia. If you would like to purchase one for yourself,  go to the… Continue reading

New unpublished picture of Pamela

A new unpublished picture of Pam from 1968 posted by http://doorsiana.tumblr.com/ The picture is from a set of photos taken of Pam backstage at a Doors concert. One was released many years ago… Continue reading

Pamela is featured in the book Behind Every Great Man: The Forgotten Women Behind the World’s Famous and Infamous

Behind Every Great Man: The Forgotten Women Behind the World’s Famous and Infamous by Marlene Wagman-Geller From Amazon: PROLOGUE REMEMBER THE LADIES Over the centuries, the saying, “Behind every great man is a… Continue reading

8214 Norton Ave is planned to be demolished

Information about Jim’s Last home in the US. There’s plans to demolish it. From trulia.com 8214 Norton Ave Now is your chance to own a piece of Rock ‘n Roll Real Estate history! Rock… Continue reading

Art Fein on Pamela Courson

 A comment about Pamela by Art Fein’s on his website: http://www.sofein.com/mess/2009/1009/fm1009.html “Seeing his companion Pamela (who followed him in death later in the 70s) jarred loose a memory of spending a couple of hours… Continue reading

Mention of Themis in Rag Magazine 1970

scanned by http://ragslives.blogspot.com/ and owned by Baron Wolman

Pam’s shop Themis today

Pam’s shop ‘Themis’ is still there today as an oriental rug shop. Photos are from: http://livefastlookgood.blogspot.com/2013/05/los-angeles-doors-tour.html http://thedoors.blog.cz/0702

Jim and Pam last address before going to Paris – 8214 Norton Avenue

This was Jim Morrison’s last home before leaving to Paris. Both he and Pam lived on the second floor. These photos are from the website http://livefastlookgood.blogspot.com/2013/05/los-angeles-doors-tour.html

Pam’s mom Penny in Inside the Fire: My Strange Days with The Doors

Penny spoke to Cameron for his book Inside The Fire: My Strange Days with The Doors. The book was written by B. Douglas Cameron, David R. Greenland. Interesting short interview.

Jim, Pam and Sage in Men & Dogs: A Personal History from Bogart to Bowie

From the book                Men & Dogs: A Personal History from Bogart to Bowie  By Judith Watt, Peter Dyer