Travolta's camp immediately dismissed the Enquirer's interview with Gotterba.“This ridiculous so-called ‘new’ story is a retread of a story published a few weeks ago by the same desperate supermarket tabloid – the same tabloid that impossibly claimed that John Travolta had an encounter with ‘Doe #1’ in Beverly Hills when he was actually on the east coast working on a movie,” Travolta’s rep said in a statement Wednesday.The Serrano (Mountain-dwelling Cahuilla) village of Guachama, located just to the west of present-day Redlands, was visited by Fr.Francisco Dumetz in 1810, and was the reason the site was chosen for a mission outpost.“I got the sense I was being courted,” Gotterba said.“As we walked from the restaurant back to the room, John suddenly said, “Hey, would you like a massage?“We were making small talk when suddenly, I blurted out, ‘So, John, tell me.Now that you’re married, do you still prefer men – or women? “Well, Doug, I still prefer men,” Travolta replied, according to Gotterba.
The Mormon community left wholesale in 1857, recalled to Utah by Brigham Young during the tensions with the federal government that ultimately led to the brief Utah War.
“He’d show up on my door many times, unannounced, to check up on me,” the pilot told the Enquirer.
“He’d disappear into my bedroom and go through my drawers.
Swett in "Tractions of the Orange Empire." Lugonia attracted settlers; in 1869, Barry Roberts, followed a year later by the Craw and Glover families. Beattie, arrived in 1874—shortly followed by the town's first negro settler, Israel Beal." In the 1880s, the arrival of the Southern Pacific and Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroads, connecting Southern California to San Francisco and Salt Lake triggered a land boom, with speculators such as John W.
North flooding the area now known as the Inland Empire.