Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Series-Disabled Legend Andrew Kehoe

Andrew Kehoe was born on 1 February, 1872 and died on 18 May, 1927. Andrew Kehoe was an American mass murderer who perpertrated the Bath School Disaster on May 18, 1927. While on the school board, Andrew was appointed the Bath Township Clerk in 1925, but was unsuccessful at retaining this position in the election later that year. During this time, Nellie Kehoe was chronically ill with tuberculosis, and her frequent hospital stays may have played a role in putting the family into debt. At the time of the Bath School disaster, Andrew had ceased making mortgage and homeowner’s insurance payments, and the mortgage lender had begun foreclosure proceedings against the farm. Andrew Kehoe may have suffered from OCD.

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Series-Disabled Legend Jane Horrocks

Jane Horrocks was born on 18 January 1964. Jane is an English actress, musician, and singer. While working on Road, a play directed by Jim Cartwright, Jane warmed up by doing singing impressions of Judy Garland, Shirley Bassey, and Ethel Merman, among others. Cartwright was so impressed with her gift for mimicry he wrote the play The Rise and Fall of Little Voice to showcase her talent. Jane’s voiceover talents have been used on the big screen in films like Chicken Run (2000), Christmas Carol: The Movie (2001), and Corpse Bride (2005).

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Series-Disabled Legend Warren Zevon

Warren Zevon was born on 24 January, 1947 and died on 7 September, 2003. Warren was a Grammy Award-winning American rock singer-songwriter and musician. Warren turned to a musical career early, including a stretch with high school friend Violet Santangelo as part of a Sonny and Cher-type male/female duo called lyme & cybelle (in a 60s-ish affectation, the band name eschewed capitalization). In the mid-1970s, Warren returned to Los Angeles, where he roomed with then-unknown Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham and became associated with the then-burgeoning West Coast music scene. There, he collaborated with Jackson Browne, who would produce and promote Warren’s self-titled major-label debut, with the Eagles, who appeared on Warren’s second album, and with Linda Ronstadt, who both appeared on Warren’s albums and covered many of his songs, including “Hasten Down the Wind”, “Carmelita”, “Poor Poor Pitiful Me”, and “Mohammed’s Radio”.

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Series-Disabled Legend Volkert van der Graaf

Volkert van der Graaf was born on 9 July, 1969. Volkert Van der Graaf was said to be a highly intelligent perfectionist who was emotionally uncommunicative and intolerant of those with different values to his own. Volkert van der Graaf is the confessed murderer of Dutch politician Pim Fortuyn. On Tuesday, April 15, 2003, Volkert van der Graaf was convicted and sentenced to 18 years’ imprisonment. The prosecution and the defence both made appeals against this sentence. Prior to the appeal, suggestions in the media that Volkert Van der Graaf may be suffering from Asperger’s syndrome and OCD were rejected by workers at the PBC, who said they had considered and rejected the possibility.

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Series-Disabled Legend Thomas Jackson

Thomas ‘Stonewall’ Jackson was born on 21 January, 1824 and died on 10 May, 1863. Thomas Jackson was a Confederate general during the American Civil War, and probably the most revered Confederate commander after General Robert E. Lee. Thomas rose to prominence and earned his most famous nickname at the First Battle of Bull Run (also known as First Manassas) in July 1861. As the Confederate lines began to crumble under heavy Union assault, Thomas’ brigade provided crucial reinforcements on Henry House Hill, demonstrating the discipline he instilled in his men. Thomas Jackson had suffered from OCD.

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Series-Disabled Legend Paul Gascoigne

Paul Gascoigne was born on 27 May 1967. Paul Gascoigne often referred to as Gazza, is a retired English football player who is widely regarded as one of the most gifted footballers of his generation. In Paul’s childhood, he often showed signs of a compulsive personality. At one stage he was so addicted to gaming machines that, having spent all his money, he stole £15 from his sister’s purse before going out and losing it. Paul also developed an early shoplifting habit, which he describes as being about the buzz, not the merchandise. Paul suffered OCD.

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Series-Disabled Legend Fred Durst

Fred Durst was born on 20 August, 1970. Fred is an American singer, actor and film director, known primarily as the founder of nu metal band Limp Bizkit. Fred Durst is well known for his great use of energy on stage and getting large crowds of people pumped. Fred’s image made Limp Bizkit what they are today and is considered to be an icon to many lead vocalists. In some cases, however, Fred’s live stage presence has created controversy on multiple occasions. In 1999, the media portrayed his performance of “Break Stuff” during Woodstock 1999 as contributing to many of the festival’s problems with violence and vandalism. OCD is very present in Fred Durst’s life although he does not like talking about it to the media, he did admit that it is hard to deal with.

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