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Demi Helenius vanished after attending the Landmark Forum.
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My Landmark Experience
My Landmark experience begins the day a trusted friend recounts his weekend Landmark getaway. Quietly, I think to myself, "Poor kid. He has up and joined a cult."
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"You're lying. You don't love your daughter. Go kill yourself. No, that's not good enough. Get cancer. Make it last for 29 years so you suffer and die." This scene begins the 2004 French Channel Three report on the Landmark Education Forum in Paris.
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