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Dream Deceivers: The Story Behind James Vance vs. Judas Priest (1992)

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James Vance: I come to visit this place every so often and I talk to Ray - like a dead person - I don't expect an answer and I do tell him what's on my heart, still. I would like to call certain people murderers. I feel that they murdered Ray. I just wish it never happened.
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10 October 1999 | by See all my reviews

I saw this documentary when I was in 10th grade in this class that I had about law and government. I found this documentary very interesting because Judas Priest happens to be my favorite band of all time, and also because of the interviews with the kid who survived and with the band. It is also pretty disturbing because the boy's face was seriously disfigured after the suicide attempt. I do not believe that the band was in any way responsible for the two teens deaths. Although I do listen to my old Priest records when I am depressed, I have never tried to do anything like that. Anyway, I recommend this documentary because it is very interesting and thought provoking


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