FREE RAINBOW HEAD
This is the story of the American Hero Rollen "Rainbowhead" Stewart. Rollen is a relative
of Dave's (On his Dad's side we believe).
Stewart was just another nobody until he started to get national attention on television when
he started to dress in bad leisure suits and/or loin clothes and a rainbow afro wig at various basketball and football games
around the country.
It didn’t take long for the fame to go to his head and soon he was living in his car
and studying TV Guides so that he could get to as many games as possible in order to get more time in the spotlight. He got
to be amazingly popular when you think about what it was that he was actually doing, and even got the chance to appear in
a beer commercial. Stewart was an odd man, and he also liked to smoke a lot of the wacky tobacky.
In the late seventies, Rollen gave up the Rainbow Man persona and found God while watching
a TV show called Today In Bible Prophecy on television.
Once he was born again he began appearing at football games not in the Rainbow Man suit, but
with attention grabbing signs that simply stated “John 3:16” (“For God so loved the world, that he gave
his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life”).
As Rollen’s fundamentalism became more and more consuming his grip on reality started
to slip. Soon he decided that it would be up to him to save people in time for the coming end times, and he started acting
stranger and stranger.
He soon hooked up with a born again school teacher named Margarey Hockridge and the two got
married and hit the road in a van, going from event to event to hold up their signs. In 1990, Margaret realized her husband
might be a little off and filed for divorce.
A couple of years later, Rollen was staying in a hotel in Los Angeles and decided that he’d
take the maid hostage, covering his windows in his religious placards in an attempt to get his word out across national television
to as many people as possible. He was arrested, the cleaning lady unharmed, and he remains in prison to this day.