Forrest, Susan

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Name
Forrest, Susan Gender: F
born on 17 June 1959 at 02:56 (= 02:56 AM )
Place Methuen MA, USA, 42n43, 71w11
Timezone EDT h4w (is daylight saving time)
Data source
Quoted BC/BR
Rodden Rating AA
Collector: McEvoy
Astrology data s_su.18.gif s_gemcol.18.gif 25°21' s_mo.18.gif s_scocol.18.gif 05°39 Asc.s_taucol.18.gif 16°07'



Biography

American writer, winner of a Pulitzer Prize in 1988 for her aggressive reporting, winning interviews and breaking stories that no one else could get. Outwardly brazen and fiercely ambitious, she was inwardly lonely and troubled with mental illness diagnosed at the height of her career. She had a history of childhood sexual abuse and heard inner voices that plagued her; she once threw herself in the path of a subway train. Some days her memory failed her and she could not operate simple tasks such as use of the phone or computer, and she withdrew to cry alone. When Forrest died at the home of one of her sisters in Atlanta, the press reported her death as an "accidental overdose." However, the Medical Examiner's Office listed the death as suicide. Her health began to decline in the '90s. She adored animals and lived by herself with a cockatiel in an apartment in Queens for 11 years. She never married or had children.

Events

  • Work : Prize 1988 (Pulitzer Prize)

Source Notes

Francis McEvoy quotes B.C.

Categories

  • Notable : Awards : Pulitzer prize
  • Traits : Personality : Aggressive/ brash (Brazen)
  • Traits : Personality : Ambitious
  • Diagnoses : Psychological : Depression
  • Diagnoses : Psychological : Mental Illness (Deep)
  • Lifestyle : Social Life : Animals, pets (Adored animals, pet cockatiel)
  • Family : Relationship : Married late/never (Never)
  • Family : Parenting : Kids none
  • Family : Childhood : Abuse - Physical/ Verbal (Sexually abused)
  • Personal : Death : Suicide
  • Personal : Death : Suicide Attempt (Threw herself in front of subway)
  • Diagnoses : Psychological : Nervous Breakdown (Heard voices, loss of memory)

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