Las Vegas Rock Music Killers is based on the Marilyn Manson Murders by Pastor Paul Sherman. Marilyn Manson Murders is a novel about my observations of the church protesters at rock concerts, especially the Manson concerts I interviewed fans at while writing a series of books, novels, studies, and film screenplays on Marilyn Manson. After writing a series of books on Las Vegas, Nevada, I noticed that the technology had caught up with the thousands of interviews I collected. Marilyn Manson had passed up this opportunity many times, but I still believed in the entertaining quality of the book: Sex, drugs, rock music. Publishing books in Las Vegas, Nevada brought the novel back to life for me, especially after all the experiences I had interviewing fans at Marilyn Manson concerts across the country in New York City, New Orleans, West Hollywood, Universal Studios in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Jacksonville, Florida, Santa Barbara, Nashville, San Diego and Salt Lake City, Utah.
Pastor Paul Sherman is a hypocrite. The character is based on a real person that I traveled to the Holy Lands with in 1998. I have written books around the world. Many of the facts written in the novel deal with events I wrote about around the world, especially the short stories on the United States. The Christian protesters and rock stars need each other. They have a relationship built on malice and competition. The only thing worse than being protested is not being protested. Silence gains nothing. Hate is the new love. Entertainers need critics. Christian protesters have raised more awareness at concerts than fans. Fans pay for tickets, but protesters promote by gaining needed attention for concerts, especially when ticket sales fall flat during a struggling economy. With the web, few buy music albums anymore. Concerts are an important key to a career.
I write about serial killers. I write about Christians going to kill a concert from playing. I write about pastors protesting in the name of Jesus Christ. I write about musicians that are not the monsters, but the malice behind the Christian protesters who destroy in the name of the Bible.