I spoke again to the Texas connection, the Tate Family peeps. I was confused. What does Debra Tate gain by keeping her daddy's ashes away from a cemetery? I mean, does she demonically laugh at him at night? "Ahahaha disinherit me will you? First mother turned on me and then you father. Well you'll learn your lesson even if I have to put it in MY will that you never are buried."
I mean ewww. Sick.
Do any of the staunch Debra supporters wish to explain this behavior? The comments are open.
Oh yes, my call to Texas. Here's what I can share.
"Col. Tate always joked about what to do with him after he passed. He'd say 'Put my ashes in a coffee can and store me in the pantry.' or 'I shouldn't have a funeral, just have everyone put some of my ashes in their pockets up at Holy Cross and scatter me around'. Fact is, he wouldn't care about where his ashes are. It's the rest of the family that cares very much."
So I continued thinking- Debra Tate was all about money, right? Money for the Walk of Fame Star. Money for her sister's images. Money from Nelson for the photos he sold. Cash.
Then I found the tombstone pictured.
Hey Debra, how much do you want from your nieces in order to do the right thing?