- "Jack" directs here. For the painting, see Skoptic Syndrome (Jack).
Jack Warner - taken from The Long Hard Road Out of Hell
|Birth name||Jack Warner|
"Hell to me was my grandfather's cellar" — Manson begins his autobiography The Long Hard Road Out of Hell with these words, and continues to explain what was so horrible about that cellar.
"It stank like a public toilet, and was just as filthy. The dark concrete floor was littered with empty beer cans and everything was coated with a film of grease that probably hadn't been wiped since my father was a boy. Accessible only by rickety wooden stairs fixed to a rough stone wall, the cellar was off-limits to everybody except my grandfather. This was his world"
Beatrice, Jack and Brian Warners (a shot from The Rise & Rise of Marilyn Manson)
- Jack Warner had a surgical sanctioned hole cut into his neck to allow easier breathing, which is mainly due from years of smoking.
- Many of his sexual fetishes involved bestiality, BDSM and standard pornography.
- Jack Warner died in the 1990s.
- Jack was the inspiration for the song "Kinderfeld" and its earlier version "Smells Like Children".