Corey Haim is a famous actor from Canada who was in a number of American movies. Cory Haim has recently died of drug overdose, within the past couple of years.
He claimed to have been molested when he was younger here, his friend childhood actor Corey Feldman claims the same. They were both in a A&E reality TV series The Two Cory’s where they mention this.
They were both in the movies License To Drive and Lost Boys. Like the Peter Pan books the movie Lost Boys also trivializes child abduction, in the case of Lost Boys the movie claims that kidnapped children become vampires. Again, no one actually believes kidnapped children become vampires but on a psychological level this sort of entertainment dulls the horror of the missing children phenomena.
And so one has to wonder, was the people involved in making the Lost Boys movies involved in any sort of pedophilia just as the author of Peter Pan was a pedophile? It is particularly suspicious that both of The Cory’s were molested and maybe this molestation is somehow related to the people who worked on the Lost Boys movies. One thing that indicates that the makers of lost boys were pederasts is the fact that in the room of the character played by the young child actor Corey Haim were posters of male models on the wall.
Also there is a scene in the movie where Corey Chaim is singing a song in a bubble bath with the lyrics “I aint got a man”. These two things make it clear that at least one person who had a certain degree of influence over the movie Lost Boys was a pederast.
It seems that pederasts may make entertainment that trivialized child abduction in an effort to protect those who are kindred spirits to them. This could even be instinctual on their part.
Both the Cory’s were friends with Michael Jackson but they claim it was not him who they were molested by. Both became drug addicts and one died. Victims of child molestation often become drug addicts and some commit suicide.
To fully understand the references in this post see the two posts made previous to this one, they lead up to this post.