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With his inchoate language, and with the supposed help of a laptop, Jude told his mother of nearly two dozen other people who participated in sexual transgressions against him.
The list included his biological father, Tzekov; other members of the Tzekov family; and various caretakers, as well as Raymond A. The gruesome trespasses included sex and violence, feces and blood, toddler girls, the carcasses of dogs, a procession worthy of the Marquis de Sade.
To be a great hotel is to host fabulous lives but also, sometimes, spectacular deaths. Jordan checked into the same hotel, which was now called the Peninsula. Then she got into a taxi and had it drive around Manhattan for three hours, in the midst of rush hour: an expensive exercise in aimlessness.
One of these took place on July 26, 1938, when a young man from Long Island named John William Warde climbed out of a 17th-story window of what was then called the Gotham Hotel, in midtown Manhattan, near the southern border of Central Park. “As if it were the afternoon of the crucial game of a World Series, people all over New York gathered around the radios of parked cars” to learn of whether the troubled young man would jump, according to Joel Sayre’s account in Warde’s sister, who had been in the room, tried to coax him back inside: “Come in and have a drink, John, darling.” Doctors tried to give him Benzedrine. Patrick’s Cathedral, only to discover that Warde was an Episcopalian. She thought about going to the Mercer Hotel, in So Ho, and the Sofitel, in Times Square. After settling with the front desk, she took the elevator to the 16th floor and entered Room 1603, a sumptuous suite of cream colors and dark wood finishes. Jude was born on July 13, 2001, to Jordan and a Bulgarian yoga instructor named Emil Tzekov, whom she met at a gym where they both exercised.