Jim Morrison of the “Doors”… His Brother Andrew Lives in Pahoa???

I was just reading this blog and I was stunned to read the following:

…George S. Morrison, who commanded the fleet during the Gulf of Tonkin incident that led to an escalation of the Vietnam War and whose son Jim was the lead singer of the Doors, died Nov. 17 in Coronado, Calif. He was 89 and lived in Coronado…

…His wife, Clara Clarke, died in 2005. Besides his daughter, Anne, of Thousand Oaks, Calif., he is survived by his son Andrew, of Pahoa, Hawaii. Jim Morrison died in Paris in 1971…

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I’m a pretty big fan of the “Doors”… so if anyone knows how to get a hold of this Mr. Andrew Morrison, I’d love to sit down and treat him to lunch sometime!


4 Responses

  1. Andy :
    just doing my bucket list , let me c San Diego !what was the name of the Carrige co ?? Great paint job

  2. You can find a photo of Andy at the Doors exhibit at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. You can Google it or go to http://www.idafan.com and find a link.

  3. I went to a small dependents high school (London Central) with Andrew, but we weren’t BFF’s so to speak. He never once mentioned (that I heard) his brother or the Doors. He was kinda quiet, yet friendly, and partied a bit, pretty much like many of us experimenting with our ‘wild side.’. I don’t know if he had ‘issues’ with Jim’s claims that his parents were dead, when in fact they weren’t, and his dad was base Commander. I’ve had no success over the years in locating him, and he’s probably not all that interested in reliving those memories anyway.

  4. Andrew does not want to associate with Jim Morrison and/or Doors fans at this time. The subject of his brother’s death is a tiresome one and over the course of the last few decades, he has been asked the same questions over and over and over. Please, respectfully leave him be.

    Damon – Thank you for your response. I’m no stalker… that’s for sure. If Andrew ever feels like talking to me about life in general… I’d sure like to know more about the early years of Jim Morrison. Please inform him of this blog and let him know I wish him and his ohana the best as they are still grieving his fathers loss.

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