Decades old suspicions that Ronald Reagan was gay were substantiated recently with the discovery of a stack of nearly 70-year-old love letters in the attic of a home in Rancho Mirage, California.
“I bought this home about a year ago from some guy who claimed to be Errol Flynn’s nephew,” said Buster Hyman. “I started cleaning the attic finally and came upon a whole bunch of crap including these letters. Some of them are pretty explicit man….even for those days.”
One of about 40 letters from Reagan to Flynn, both of whom were in the middle of fledgling Hollywood careers, was dated February 21, 1942 and read:
God I miss you. I miss holding you tightly in my arms on those cold Northern California nights. I miss the touch of your soft lips kissing mine. I miss how you undress me with your eyes….and I miss doing it in front of you. I can’t take much more of this sham of a marriage [Reagan's first wife, Jane Wyman whom he married in 1940]. I only did it because Hollywood has no place for people like us. One day things will change and guys like you and me will be able to be married. I hope that day will come soon. I wish we were together now darling, with you massaging my shoulders in front of the fireplace with the two of us making beautiful love afterwards until the sun comes up as we sit out on the pier watching its rise.
Just say the word baby and I’ll leave Jane and will be in your arms before the next sunset.
Your little gipper,
“Jesus…what a couple of faggots,” said a clearly unromantic Hyman.
“Yes, of course there were rumors,” said Flynn historian, Jack Mehoff. “Everyone knew Errol was gay given his swashbuckling ways and his love of wearing women’s tights and the like. And anyone in Errol’s intimate circle of friends knew that Errol had a thing for Ronnie….but we never knew Ronnie reciprocated….until now. Do I think he would have still been President if this had come out then instead of six years after his death?!?!” What a stupid question. In this country !?!?! F**k no! But if I had known about this in 1979 I sure as shit would’ve leaked it to save this country from the shittiest President of all time.”
The love letters were dated within a span of 1942-1952 and varied in length from six pages to simply one line….like this one:
Last night was incredible!
“They pretty much stopped in 1952 when Ronnie married Nancy Davis,” added Mehoff. “I think she scared the gay right out of him…ha ha ha! That Nancy was a real pistol.”
The letters will be donated to the Ronald Reagan Library in Eureka, California….under lock and key….way back in one of the back rooms where nobody ever goes.