The Last Days of Malaclypse the Younger: This Day In Discordian History: July 20th, 2000

“And so it is that we, as men, do not exist until we do; and then it is that we play with our world of existent things, and order and disorder them, and so it shall be that non-existence shall take us back from existence and that nameless spirituality shall return to Void, like a tired child home from a very wild circus.” —Principia Discordia, pg 00058

Last known whereabouts of Malaclypse the Younger.

Greg Hill—otherwise known to the world as Malaclypse the Younger—died on July 20th, 2000, spending his final days in Pleasant Hill, California at or near the pin you see on this google map.

The address I used for the web search (of the last known whereabouts of Greg Hill) was actually the residence of a fellow named Allen “Bud” Simco, who was a long time friend of both Greg Hill and Kerry Thornley. In fact, Simco served in the same outfit as Lee Harvey Oswald and Thornley at El Toro Marine Base and actually wrote a chapter for Thornley’s book Oswald titled, aptly enough, “Oswald and Thornley.”

Greg Hill’s A History of Everything

Download PDF.

Simco lived right across the street from Greg Hill at the time of Hill’s passing, and during those final days—Simco told me—he was able to look directly across the street and see Greg through his home office window working at his computer on his final project, A History of Everything (Download PDF).

I was first informed of Greg Hills’s passing in an email from Bob Newport, which included a photo of Greg taken just a few days before he died with text below the photo announcing Newport’s successorship of the Norton Cabal Archives. In this regard, Newport was referring to the Discordian Archives later passed on to me, your humble Discordian chronicler, in 2009.


Daily Planet News Flash: Greg Hill and the Norton Cabal Archives.

Below is an excerpted email from Allen Simco regarding Greg Hill’s passing, which gives a good snapshot of Greg in his final days.

Excerpted email from Allen Simco re: Greg Hill’s passing.

Greg Hill’s dear friends and fellow Discordians—Bob Newport and Louise Lacey—each wrote obits for Greg, shared with you here.

Bob Newport’s obit for Greg Hill.

Louise Lacey’s obit for Greg Hill which she sent to the San Francisco Chronicle. At the bottom of the page Louise wrote: 'This was my obit. The papers didn’t carry it. His mother was glad. She didn’t want any acknowledgement because, she said, Greg didn’t.'

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3 Responses to The Last Days of Malaclypse the Younger: This Day In Discordian History: July 20th, 2000

  1. Richie 23 says:

    R.I.P. Greg

  2. Jordan Trask says:

    I never had the opportunity to meet Mr. Hill. If I had, I would have thanked him for his contributions to my life and then threw a pie in his face so he didn’t take it too seriously. It may seem overly ambitious, or perhaps insignificant, but I have decided to continue his work as best as I can. If there are any fellow Discordians out there who would like to see what I have done so far, would like to contribute to it, or perhaps share a bowl of pudding with me, please feel free to drop me a note at trask238@hotmail.com

    You may call me The Eremite.

    Hail Eris
    All Hail Discordia
    May she take Malaclypse into her fold and perhaps return him to us in the form of a lovely coffee table (or something equally useful and fun).

  3. Hosting says:

    And, lo, the Angel waxed in anger and Omar was stricken to the Ground by an Invisible Hand and did not arise for five days and five nights.

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