Above we see Louise's mother Phyllis, (left) Louise's father Allen 'Wayne' Robinette, and Louise's sisters Teresa (on father’s lap) and Elizabeth (bottom right)
Turpin family – Sister of hell house mum reveals their own abusive childhood and how she watched her mother get raped.
Princeton residents recall Turpin.
The story of the Turpin family makes some people think of psyops, child abuse rings and mind control.
The official story sounds like Fake News.
CIA mind control involves torture?
Elizabeth says that, as a child, she watched her own mother being beaten and raped.
Elizabeth says that her brother-in-law David would watch her in the shower when she lived with the family for a short time as a college student.
Turpin family – Sister of hell house mum reveals their own abusive childhood and how she watched her mother get raped. .
Elizabeth Flores was born in Princeton, West Virginia.
During her time at Lee University, Elizabeth traveled with Pioneers for Christ and ministered internationally. 
On 14 January 2018, 'the police found some of the children shackled to beds'.
Police officers initially believed the 'slightly emaciated' 17-year-old girl was only 10 years old until she provided her age.
Parents arrested after children found shackled and malnourished / Parents arrested
Above, we see the Turpin's home.
"James and Betty Turpin, David’s parents, told KABC-TV that their son and daughter-in-law were very religious and believed God wanted them to have so many children."
David Turpin & Louise Turpin
Above we see the Turpin children.
Above we see the Turpin children.
David Turpin once worked as an engineer at Northrop Grumman, a global security, aeronautics and defense technology company.
A spokesman for Lockheed Martin said Turpin worked for the company until 2010.
"The parents had renewed their marital vows in Las Vegas three times since 2011, said Kent Ripley, an Elvis impersonator who officiated at each ceremony. They brought their kids along twice."
The Turpin's current home is listed in a state Department of Education directory as the location of the Sandcastle Day School, a private K-12 campus. David Turpin is listed as the principal.
During the last school year, the school was listed in state records as a non-religious and co-ed institution. There were six students enrolled - one each in the fifth, sixth, eighth, ninth, 10th and 12th grades.
The Turpins lived in Texas for many years before coming to California. They declared bankruptcy twice.
Teen's Escape Leads to Discovery of 13 Malnourished Victims /
Parents arrested after children found shackled and malnourished / Parents arrested
CHILD ABUSE COVER-UP IN CALIFORNIA - WINEVILLE MURDERS
In Los Angeles, in California, a boy called Walter Collins was kidnapped.
He was one of a number of boys who went missing in the Los Angeles area around the same time.
Walter's father was in prison.
The police suggested that Walter had run away and would probably return, eventually.
Five months after Walter's disappearance, the authorities reportedly found a runaway boy in Illinois.
Reports said he had been found working in a restaurant, or, on a farm.
The boy denied being Walter, but following "gentle" questioning, he declared that he was, in fact, Walter.
He was then given to the Los Angeles police.
Walter's mother, Christine Collins, claimed that the boy was not Walter.
She was told by the officer in charge of the case, police Captain J.J. Jones, to take the boy home to "try him out for a couple of weeks."
Christine Collins showed the police dental records to prove the boy was not Walter.
Captain Jones had Christine Collins committed to a psychiatric hospital.
The boy then told the police that he was in fact 12-year-old Arthur Hutchins, a runaway from Illinois, but originally from Iowa.
Christine Collins was released from the psychiatric hospital ten days later.
Los Angeles police
Nobody reminded us of the story of Walter Collins and Clint Eastwood's film Changeling which is about the Collins mystery.
'Swallowing the Camel' tells us more of 'The Real Stories Behind The...'.
"This nearly-forgotten story of abuse of power, family dysfunction, and deception remains deeply revelent today, in a time when unlawful detainment, official malfeasance, and extralegal measures like 'extraordinary rendition' are common...
"At this time the Los Angeles Police Department was rife with corruption.
"A 'gun squad' practiced its own strange brand of urban Western justice under the leadership of Police Chief James 'Two Guns' Davis, mowing down suspected criminals and inconvenient persons alikeunder the force's shoot to kill policy; bodies were routinely found in alleys, warehouses, and other dark corners of the city.
"The Los Angeles Police Department also had its fingers in an array of criminal enterprises (bootlegging, prostitution, extortion, bribery), and was frantically trying to cleanse its image as public outcry against the corruption grew louder and more strident every day."
Could the authorities have been protecting the kidnappers?
Paul A. Bonacci, as a child, was kidnapped, tortured and subjected to sex abuse and mind control.
In 1999, in a court in Omaha, he won $1,000,000 in damages.
Bonacci in his testimony referred to the involvement of top members of the US military and top politicians in child abuse.
The Washington Times reported that Paul Bonacci had access to the White House living quarters.
Marc Dutroux kidnapped children in Belgium.
These children were then abused by top people.
Dutroux claims that the police helped him in the kidnappings (Times...)
Walter Collins was kidnapped by Gordon Northcott.
According to the article entitled 'Wineville Chicken Murders':
Gordon Northcott came from a disturbed family.
"Canadian born in 1908, Gordon Northcott would later claim that his father sodomized him at age ten.
"The old man finished his life in a lunatic asylum, and one of Gordon Northcott's paternal uncles died years later, in San Quentin, while serving a life term for murder.
"A homosexual sadist in the mold of Dean Corll and John Gacy, by age 21, Gordon Northcott was living on a poultry ranch near Riverside, California, sharing quarters with his mother and a 15-year-old nephew, Sanford Clark.
"For years, Gordon Northcott mixed business with pleasure in Riverside, abducting boys and hiding them out on his ranch, renting his victims to wealthy Southern California pedophiles."
Plenty of people, including the police, knew all about Gordon Northcott.
According to 'Swallowing the Camel: The Real Stories Behind The Changeling' :
"At least twice a week, Gordon Northcott would rape his nephew. He flew into rages without provocation, beating the boy frequently.
"He also brought about a dozen young boys to the ranch to be sexually assaulted. He released them with threats to find and kill them if they told anyone.
"He had tried to molest his mechanic's teen son on several occasions.
"In August of 1927 a father caught Gordon Northcott trying to lure his son from Pickering Park, and chased him away with a knife.
"Two years before that, he had been arrested for inappropriate behaviour toward a friend's little brother."
In 1928, young boys were reported kidnapped and murdered in Los Angeles and Riverside County, California.
In 1926, Gordon Northcott, and his parents, moved from Canada to Wineville in California, where he started a chicken ranch.
Gordon Northcott took with him his 13-year-old nephew, Sandford Clark.
Once in California, Northcott beat and sexually abused Sandford Clark.
Sanford's sister, Jessie Clark, visited Sanford in Wineville.
Sanford told Jessie about murders that had taken place at Wineville.
Once back in Canada, Jessie informed the American consul in Canada about the murders in Wineville.
The American consul wrote to the Los Angeles Police Department.
On 31 August 1928, the United States Immigration Service (inspectors: Judson F. Shaw and Inspector Scallorn) visited the Northcott Ranch.
The Immigration Service took Sandford into custody.
The Northcotts managed to flee, but were later captured.
Gordon Northcott confessed to killing more than five boys
Sanford testified that Gordon Northcott had kidnapped, molested, beaten, and killed three young boys.
Sanford testified that Gordon Northcott had been aided in all this by Northcott's mother, Sarah Louise Northcott, and by Sanford himself.
Gordon Northcott was sentenced to death and his mother was sent to prison.
It was concluded that 'Walter Collins aged 12, the Winslow brothers aged 12 and ten, and a Mexican youth' had all been murdered.
It was speculated that Gordon Northcott may have killed as many as 20 people.
Northcott kidnapped an undetermined number of boys and molested them at the chicken ranch.
Usually, after molesting the children, Northcott would let them go, after having made various threats.
(Wineville Chicken Coop Murders - Wikipedia)
There was a rumour that Northcott had "rented" his victims to wealthy southern Californian pedophiles.
Christine Collins met Gordon Northcott in prison.
He seemed unable to remember such details as Walter's clothing and the colour of his eyes.
Collins continued to hope that her son was still alive.
There was a boy who, along with his parents, spoke to the authorities five years after the execution of Gordon Northcott.
The authorities had initially speculated that this same boy had been a murder victim at Wineville.
In fact, Northcott had taken the boy to Wineville, molested him, and then returned him to Los Angeles County.
Reportedly, Walter Collins 'whole-body' was never found.
Some 'body parts' were found in the area.
Christine Collins continued to search for Walter for the rest of her life.
The following is taken from various newspapers from the period between 1928 and 1933
In mid-September, 15 year-old Sanford Clark approached police with an incredible story.
He had just escaped from the chicken farm of his grandparents, Cyrus and Louise Northcott.
(Other papers report that immigration officers had located Clark at the farm following inquiries as to his presence in the US).
He stated he had travelled to the farm from Canada with his uncle, Gordon Stewart Northcott. Gordon had "misused" him, and held him captive. During his time there, he was forced to witness and participate in the torture and murder of four boys. One of the boys, he declared, was in fact Walter Collins. Clark stated he was positive the boy was Walter.
Clark told authorities that the murders had begun with a young Mexican boy, who Nothcott had killed with an ax; in fact, the headless corpse of a young Mexican boy had been found along a highway near the town of Puente some few months prior. Next had come the week-long ordeal of Walter, who Northcott had tied to a bed and tortured for a week.
Finally, Sarah Louise, Gordon's mother, killed Walter with an ax. Next came the torture and murders of 12 year-old Lewis and 10 year-old Nelson Winslow. Clark told police he had been forced to kill Nelson while Gordon hacked Lewis to death.
When police arrived at the ranch, only Cyrus was there. Louis and Gordon had fled. They found overwhelming evidence attesting to the truth of Clark's assertions. A bloody cot was located, where the tortures had taken place.
Three empty graves were located, from which the police determined that the bodies had recently been removed. The bodies had been covered in quicklime. Bones, body parts (a hand was reported to have been found) and a hat which the Winslow's father later stated had belonged to one of his sons were located. In one of the chicken coops, a bloody axe was found. It was clotted with hair and "human debris".
A short time later, Sarah Louise and Gordon were located in Canada and returned to California.
Sarah Louise intially confessed to all four murders, most likely in an attempt to save her son. She was convicted of the murder of Walter Collins and sentenced to life in San Quentin State Prison.
It was reported that prior to his trial, Gordon had taken authorities on a trek through the Mojave Desert in search of the boys' remains. During that time, he allegedly stated that he had killed "Walter Collins, Lewie Winslow, Alvin Gothea, a boy named Richard" and another boy whose name he did not know.
Gordon hinted to police that it was possible another four boys had been murdered at the ranch (Woodland Daily Democrat, 12-4-1928.)
A Wikipedia article on the murders states that one of the boys Gordon claimed to kill was in fact found alive and well five years later; this may be the Gothea boy mentioned, though I have yet to confirm this. A UP story, carried in various papers in early January '29, states that Gothea was the Mexican boy; this is the only place I have seen this stated).