In a 2015 video, Hyman says: ‘[She] would sit on her bed and she had this big metal wastebasket and she would have her secretary get a piece of clothing from someone who had vexed her, crossed her in her view, and she would take this piece of clothing and she would mumble incoherently and she would then set it on fire and hold it over this metal wastebasket, and laugh as it burned and she dropped it into this container.‘People’s lives were destroyed. All sorts of horrible things happened to them.’She also claims to have witnessed her mother’s ‘demonic cackling,’ watching her ‘transform into a Satanic figure, [with] a Satanic face, long claws on the end of her hands,’ scraping at the glass of a terrace door during a 1982 trip to her Davis, California home.
Hyman added that her mother was 'the poster girl for the spirit of control' and described how she became increasingly 'invasive' and destructive' in her and her family's life.
The claims are just another chapter in Hyman’s bitter relationship with her mom, which she exposed in her 1985 tell-all, My Mother’s Keeper: A Daughter’s Candid Portrait of Her Famous Mother.
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Nearly 30 years after Davis died, her daughter is still waging a war against her famous mother in You Tube videos to promote her Christian ministry.
co-star Joan Crawford, which is recounted in Ryan Murphy’s new TV series, Feud.
A neurotic, controlling and manipulative drunk who indulged in the occult and spent decades trying to break up her daughter’s marriage – that’s the shocking portrayal of legendary film star Bette Davis by her eldest child B. Hyman (pictured together in 1965) Hyman, now 69, who lives in Charlottesville, Virginia is a born-again Christian who says on her website that she ‘received God’s solution to her dysfunctional relationship with her controlling mother' In the second episode of Feud, which aired on Sunday, viewers get a glimpse of that volatile mother-daughter relationship, which was evident during the 1962 filming of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
Davis and co-star Joan Crawford are pictured on the set of Baby Jane It includes claims that her mom dabbled in witchcraft, casting spells on her enemies from her bed, and that the star’s ‘demonic’ curse on Hyman and her family led to her grandson’s bipolar diagnosis and her daughter facing terminal cancer.
“Who’s the genius who decided to do road construction on all three parallel southbound highways causing a massive traffic jam for me each morning? I loaded up my playlists with worship music, audio books and podcasts.
” I screamed while screeching into my parking space at work while bitterness steamed out of my ears. Suddenly, built into my day was almost two hours of time to spend with God and read the books I never quite get around to.
But the Thanksgiving story is more than just the tale of Pilgrims and Indians. No parent sets out to raise an ungrateful, materialistic child who is totally wrapped up with things.